People arrive at our dental practice with a variety of concerns. Often times reflex decisions are made to crown, veneer, or move teeth orthodontically without giving the proper time to identify the patient’s goals, methodical treatment planning, and evaluating all alternatives. We believe each individual is in charge of the decisions that affect their health and their budget. We will respect your wants and needs and give you the opportunity to make wise decisions for your smile after making you aware of all options. We invite you to visit our office for a Cosmetic Analysis to learn how you can have the smile of your dreams.

What aspects of your smile would you like to improve:

  • Crowding
  • Spaces
  • Tooth Shape
  • Tooth Size
  • Gummy Smile
  • Underbite
  • Teeth are different colors
  • Jaw Joint or Muscle Pain
  • Bite Issues
  • Dark Teeth
  • Speech Issues
  • Overbite
  • Old Ugly Crowns or Fillings

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers have been one of our favorite solutions for a variety of esthetic concerns since 1983. They are durable, conservative and highly esthetic. If you are concerned about spaces, crowding, dark teeth, chips, or old unsightly fillings, Porcelain Veneers may be a great choice to enhance your smile.

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Teeth Whitening

Brightening the smile with Dental Whitening is an easy, less expensive approach to maintain youthfulness and improve attractiveness and self esteem.

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Cosmetic Bonding

Composite Resin Veneers (Bonding) is a less expensive yet attractive method to design and restore a smile to youthfulness. Many times, no or little tooth preparation is required to close gaps or repair chips or wear. A putty like resin is sculpted to an ideal shape and cured with a special light in multiple layers. It is then polished to a final luster to match the surrounding teeth. Bonding is often completed in one appointment. Its longevity is less than porcelain veneers with an average time of 8 years before replacement is needed. Bonding is ideal for color change of limited numbers of teeth, closing gaps, and covering defects in enamel. View our gallery of Bonding cases.