Cosmetic Dentistry

Improving your smile could be as easy as one simple treatment. For damaged, chipped, cracked or discolored teeth, cosmetic dentistry can restore your smile and your confidence! One damaged tooth can completely alter the appearance of your smile. Most treatment options in cosmetic dentistry are quick and dramatically improve the look of one or more teeth. If you are looking for a way to improve your smile, a consultation is the best place to start! You can discuss your vision for your smile with our team and we can put together a customized plan that works for you. Call today to get started!

Tooth Bonding

Tooth bonding uses a durable, composite material to fix the appearance of damaged teeth. Adhered directly to the tooth, bonding is shaped to help the tooth look restored. Tooth bonding is fast and painless, giving your smile a brand new look. Matched to the color of your tooth, bonding will blend in well with your smile and last for a long time with proper care. 

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening can transform your smile in a way where your family and friends will notice! Teeth become stained over time from our daily intake of foods and drinks. With a professional whitening treatment, you can remove years of staining from your smile. Compared to over-the-counter whitening treatments, professional whitening will produce better results and save you from extreme tooth sensitivity. Call today to schedule your whitening visit! 

Porcelain Veneers 

Porcelain veneers are very thin tooth-colored shells that are applied to the front of your teeth and hide imperfections. Veneers give the appearance of a completely restored smile. We recommend considering porcelain veneers for damaged or discolored teeth. Veneers can also improve the overall aesthetics of your smile if your teeth are spaced out or too small. Call today to learn more about veneers in Tannersville, PA!  

Inlays & Onlays

Similar to dental crowns, inlays and onlays cover the top of a tooth to cover and protect it. They are often used when the damage to a tooth is not significant enough to require a dental crown. An inlay covers the top area of a tooth between the cusps and an onlay covers the top including one or more cusps. Inlays and onlays will blend in naturally with your smile and are made to withstand the constant use of a natural tooth. If you are interested in inlays or onlays, call today!

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