Porcelain Dental Veneers
Commonly used for smile makeovers, porcelain dental veneers are thin, durable, and long-lasting. They can correct an array of teeth imperfections, including chips, stains, cracks, and misalignments, and they are custom-designed for the most precise fit possible. Plus, porcelain dental veneers are color-matched to your surrounding teeth, and look so much like your natural teeth even you may not be able to tell the difference.
Zoom® Teeth Whitening
Zoom® teeth whitening addresses the aesthetic discoloration of your teeth that comes naturally over time. This quick in-office procedure can lighten your teeth by six to ten shades in one visit, giving you a brighter, whiter smile.
Smile makeovers are custom-designed for each patient to address a number of aesthetic dental issues in just two office visits. Chips, stains, misalignments, missing teeth, and other conditions can all be addressed in a Smile Makeover to totally rejuvenate your smile. Dr. Michael Kosdon also offers the innovative Smile Facelift®, which can ultimately take years off your face by rehabilitating the look of your teeth with procedures that do not require surgery.
A non-surgical alternative to cosmetic enhancement procedures such as face lift and injectable facial rejuvenation, The Smile Facelift® can help address signs of facial aging often associated with teeth that have become worn down over time.
An amazing alternative to dentures, dental implants solve the problems caused by missing teeth by acting as permanent teeth replacements. Anchored under the gums to your jawbone, they mimic your natural teeth and offer the same functional and visual benefits as real teeth.
Tooth-colored fillings are becoming the standard for filling cavities, offering greater aesthetic benefits and reducing the risks associated with the amalgam mercury fillings of the past. Using the same durable ceramic material used in porcelain dental veneers and crowns, tooth-colored fillings are composed of a composite resin and bonded to the teeth. They not only serve to better your dental health by treating cavities, they also look great and are made to look like your surrounding teeth.
Crowns and Bridges
Porcelain crowns and bridges serve to treat teeth that are decayed, weakened, or injured. Teeth that are affected by chips, cracks, decay, or general weakness can be entirely covered and strengthened by a crown, and a bridge can help those with missing teeth by serving as a natural-looking replacement. Both functionally and aesthetically pleasing, crowns and bridges have served as effective, long-lasting dental procedures for decades.