Aesthetic dentistry, also known as cosmetic dentistry, is all about you and your smile. It’s a specialized field of dentistry dedicated to enhancing the appearance of your teeth, gums, and overall smile.
Whether you’re dealing with tooth discoloration, misalignment, gaps, chips, or other cosmetic concerns, aesthetic dentistry has a range of tailored procedures to address them. These may include teeth whitening, dental veneers, dental bonding, gum contouring, and more.
Multi-layer composite filling
Aesthetic Front Tooth Filling
One of the key factors that set Aesthetic Multilayer Filling apart is its ability to mimic the complexities of a real tooth. It consists of multiple layers of specialized materials, each with a unique level of opacity and translucency. This careful layering process is essential to create a restoration that seamlessly blends with your natural teeth.
Achieving the right balance in layering is an art in itself. If the material used is too opaque, the filling can appear obvious and unnatural. On the other hand, if it’s too translucent, it might take on a grayish tone.
With Aesthetic Multilayer Filling, you can look forward to not just a restored tooth but a beautifully enhanced smile. To explore this option and experience the artistry of aesthetic dentistry, book a consultation with Dr. Kathleen.
Composite Direct Veneers
Composite Direct Veneers are a game-changer in the world of cosmetic dentistry, offering a fantastic way to revitalize your smile. If you have concerns about discolored, misshapen, or slightly misaligned teeth, or if you have big front tooth fillings that need attention, these veneers could be the perfect solution for you.
Composite Direct Veneers are an excellent choice for those seeking an efficient and cost-effective way to enhance their smile while addressing existing dental issues. They are minimally invasive, preserving much of your natural tooth structure while still delivering outstanding cosmetic and functional results.
Additionally, Composite Direct Veneers often serve as the first step before deciding on more extensive smile makeovers with porcelain veneers, allowing you to test the waters and see the remarkable difference a small change can make.
Doc Kathleen is very passionate about preventive dentistry and I learned a lot about it during that one appointment with her. I am over the moon with my new teeth (with Composite Veneers)! The prices were reasonable for the level of service I received. I highly recommend this clinic and I will keep coming back here for my dental procedures.
— Bea D.R. | Google Review
Composite or ceramic?
Indirect Veneers are your gateway to achieving a flawless smile that radiates confidence and beauty. At our practice, we offer both composite and ceramic options to cater to your unique needs and preferences.
Our composite veneers are expertly crafted using a tooth-colored resin material, preserving your tooth structure while delivering exceptional results. On the other hand, ceramic veneers, created from high-quality porcelain, are renowned for their lifelike appearance and exceptional durability.
Indirect veneers, whether composite or ceramic, offer significant advantages over direct composite veneers. They are custom-crafted for a more lifelike appearance and longer-lasting results, as they resist staining better.
Gingivectomy, also known as gum recontouring, is a dental procedure used to reshape and remove excess gum tissue, addressing issues such as excessive gum display or an uneven gum shape.
This treatment serves both aesthetic and functional purposes, enhancing the appearance of your smile while potentially preventing oral health problems associated with irregular gum tissue.