Everybody loves a youthful white smile, and professional whitening is an excellent way to lift years of staining from your teeth. Lakeside Village Dental exclusively uses Kor Whitening Deep Bleach System due to its proven results. Check out their website: http://www.korwhitening.com
“White fillings” or Dental Composites are tooth-colored restorations used to restore decayed teeth. Composite restorations are bonded to teeth so they can help make teeth stronger after the removal of decay.
Dental Bonding is a great cosmetic dentistry service. It can be quick, relatively inexpensive and make a dramatic change to your smile in one office visit. Bonding is the process in which a tooth-colored composite material is applied to the tooth and hardened with a special light. Bonding can be used to improve the appearance of discolored, short or crooked teeth, repair cavities, chipped or cracked teeth, or to close spaces between teeth. Bonding tends to require very little removal of tooth structure so there is often no need for anesthesia.
Veneers can improve the appearance of discolored, short or crooked teeth, chipped or cracked teeth, or be used to close spaces between teeth. Veneers are very thin and translucent shells (of tooth-colored material) designed to cover the front surface of teeth. Veneers can be made from porcelain or dental composite materials. Porcelain veneers look the most like your natural teeth. They can mimic the light reflecting properties of natural teeth and resist stains better than composite veneers and traditional bonding. Veneers also tend to require very little removal of tooth structure so there is often no need for anesthesia. Veneers are often completed in 3 dental visits.
A crown is dental material used to restore a tooth to its original form, or to its desired form, color or contour. A crown (often referred to as a cap) covers and helps protect the entire tooth. Crowns are often recommended in cases where the tooth structure is weak, severely worn down, severely discolored, misaligned, after a root canal procedure or to cover a dental implant. Crowns can be made from stainless steel, all metal (such as gold or another alloy), porcelain-fused-to-metal, resin, or ceramic materials. Crowns are often completed in two dental visits.
If you are missing teeth, a dental bridge is a great choice to replace those teeth in a short period of time- often completed in two dental visits. A bridge consists of three or more crowns fused together to be permanently cemented unto the natural teeth (abutment teeth) which surround the missing teeth space. If there are no surrounding teeth to support the bridge, dental implants can be used to fix the bridge in place. A bridge can help maintain the shape of your face, prevent shifting of teeth and reduce stress in your bite caused by missing teeth.
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