PRESERVE YOUR SMILE WITH DENTAL CROWNS
A dental crown is a type of restoration that provides a protective shell around a tooth that is in poor health due to a cavity, or is in disrepair due to damage (ex. fractures) or decay. In addition to protecting the tooth, a dental crown is used to strengthen and improve the appearance of the tooth.
While a dental crown primarily serves as protection of a tooth, it can also be used to improve the appearance of one’s smile in the event partial coverage, such as a veneer, is not an option. Overall, dental crowns are a beneficial and, sometimes, integral part of good oral health.
RESTORE THAT BEUTIFUL SMILE WITH DENTAL BRIDGES
A dental bridge is another form of tooth restoration that is used to replace a missing tooth, or several, by fusing the artificial tooth (or teeth) with the adjoining teeth, bridging the gap between. Dental bridges are desirable for a variety of reasons. In addition to restoring your bite, they’re aesthetically appealing, can be maintained with proper oral hygiene, and usually require no more than two dental appointments to permanently complete.
ENHANCE YOUR SMILE
Beyond just enhancing your smile, veneers actually serve a multitude of purposes. While veneers are commonly used to fill in gaps caused by receding gum lines, they can also be used to cover a tooth that may be shorter than the others, as well as brighten teeth that may be adverse to whitening techniques.
Veneers can be applied to most people and simply require proper oral hygiene for maintenance. For some, veneer application may require little to no tooth preparation, resulting in a hassle-free, pearly white smile!
BRIGHTEN YOUR SMILE
Over time, the various foods and beverages we consume darken the shade of our teeth. Teeth whitening/bleaching is a quick and effective way to brighten your smile by up to eight shades. Just like your teeth absorb all that you consume, the gel we use to whiten your teeth is absorbed like a sponge, pushing out those unsightly stains. Teeth whitening/bleaching does not damage your teeth.
Call KLT Dentistry for more information on our cosmetic dental services or to schedule a consultation.
Patients Teeth Before & After Teeth Whitening