This one probably doesn’t need much explanation. At Shining Smiles, we use a professional, in-office teeth whitening procedure that has been scientifically proven to whiten your teeth several shades in under an hour.
While take-home and over-the-counter whitening kits can get results over a period of time, nothing compares to a professional, in-office procedure in regards to speed and outcome. You can quite literally walk into our office with dull, stained, yellow, or brown teeth and walk out with a brighter, whiter smile.
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Bonding is a quick, painless procedure that is great for a single chipped or cracked tooth. While dental bonding isn’t recommended for extensive repair, it can restore the function and aesthetics of a single tooth that has been damaged due to some form of dental trauma.
Some of the most common reasons people chip their teeth include:
- Getting hit in the face (accidentally) with some type of hard or heavy object
- Using their teeth as tools (never do this)
- Teeth grinding (bruxism), which often occurs while sleeping
Regardless of the reason, with dental bonding we can make a damaged tooth look as good as new (and it is also a relatively inexpensive procedure).
A veneer is a very thin, yet sturdy piece of porcelain (about the thickness of a contact lens) that adheres to the front of your tooth in order to improve the aesthetic appearance of the tooth.
Porcelain veneers are the most common cosmetic dental treatment to turn an average smile into an extraordinary one, and it’s a procedure we perform quite often at Shining Smiles.
If you are looking for a dental treatment that will cover gaps, chips, stains and make your smile shine, then porcelain veneers may be the right procedure for you.
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Dental Crowns & Bridges
Crowns and bridges are fixed cosmetic restorations that are used to enhance the natural beauty of your smile. If you have teeth that are severely damaged, crowns and bridges may be the best care alternative for you.
Specifically, crowns and bridges are often used to finish a dental implant restoration and give you the bright, beautiful smile you’ve always wanted.
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