IDGL offers a full range of cosmetic procedures. We believe that all procedures that we complete our patients should be cosmetic.
Most all of our fillings are composite (tooth colored restorative material). We replace only silver fillings that have outlived their function or on request of the patient. A properly placed composite filling can look very similar to the natural tooth.
Crowns offer a good looking alternative to huge fillings. Crowns surround the tooth 360 degrees with porcelain. We offer CT scan "Procera" crowns as well as traditional porcelain fused to metal crowns. Crown technology is constantly changing and we offer the latest and the best. We also have computer color matching in office to get the best result.
Veneers have many names: Vivaneers, Da Vinci, Lumineers, etc. These are all company or laboratory branded names of a product line. Basically a Veneer is a covering of the tooth in Porcelain that re-shades, shapes and colors a desired cosmetic effect. They are a wonderful way to update a worn smile, fill in gaps, recolor teeth, and reshape a patient's smile line in a long term fashion.
Yes Dentures can be a cosmetic procedure. We believe that Dentures should not have to look like dentures. If your smile is dragging and worn consider a new denture. As bone is lost and teeth wear out the patient can look prematurely old just because of the worn teeth.
A cost time effective way to change and alter the looks of teeth. This is an in office dentist applied cosmetic composite that is applied to the teeth that can dramatically alter appearance. It is also a means of re-establishing bites and smile lines before final veneers and crowns.
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