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Using a series of custom-created clear plastic aligner trays, Invisalign® allows you to straighten your teeth without traditional braces. There’s no metal, and the trays are nearly undetectable. They slowly shift your teeth into place, resulting in a straighter, more confident smile.

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Veneers are most often applied over the front-most teeth to correct stained, cracked, chipped or crooked teeth. They are made of either porcelain or composite resins. Composite resin restorations are typically less expensive, last between five and seven years and are subject to staining. Porcelain veneers typically last well over 15 years and will not stain over time. For an appointment or a free consultation regarding any of our cosmetic procedures, please contact us.

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Stains caused by aging, tobacco use and certain foods and beverages get deep below the outermost layer of the tooth. Over-the-counter products, such as whitening toothpastes, only remove surface stains. Our Phillip professional whitening treatments are the best option to remove those deeply rooted stains and restore your teeth to their natural brilliance.

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A whiter, brighter, straighter smile is possible with our cutting-edge cosmetic dentistry. Practice name can help you achieve your most beautiful smile with our modern cosmetic dentistry services and state-of-the-art technology. Contact us or explore this section to learn more about our services.

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A bridge is a restorative structure that is used to replace missing teeth. Bridges consist of one or more false teeth that are held in place by crowns that are attached to the surrounding teeth, and may be permanent or removable. Bridges can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile by replacing missing teeth, matching the color of your natural teeth and providing strong sti-rrctiirad (?) support.

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Most people will experience damage to the surface (enamel) of their teeth at some point in their life. When this damage becomes significant, the tooth can he reduced and a custom-made tooth bonded or cemented to its surface. This restoration is called a “crown.” Our porcelain crowns are: Created in a dental laboratory by trained technicians Designed to provide the same strength and appearance as a healthy tooth Carefully matched to the color of your surrounding teeth using cutting-edge techniques

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Dentures are artificial, or “false”, teeth that replace missing teeth and are put in place to prevent the shifting of the remaining teeth. Custom dentures are carefully constructed to fit the patient’s mouth and look much like natural teeth. Advancements in denture technology have made dentures more comfortable and stable than ever before.

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Radiographs (x-rays) are essential diagnostic tools for the prevention of dental diseases. They are not taken on every checkup visits. The dentist may request them only when necessary based on medical and dental history, regular screenings, age considerations, and risk for dental diseases. Dental x-rays use only the low-level radiation to capture images of the mouth. The amount of radiation exposure from a full mouth series of dental x-rays is equal to what an individual normally receives in a day from natural sources. Dental x-rays can help diagnose:

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A filling is required to prevent further damage when a tooth’s structure has been compromised by a cavity, a crack in the enamel or a chip_ Often, these areas go undetected by the patient until a dentist finds them during a routine checkup. At [current-domain:name], we use a hand-held laser to diagnose cavities at any stage of development. This allows for a pain-free, highly accurate and fast diagnosis. We offer tooth-colored, mercury-free dental fillings that provide you with functional, natural-looking results, so you can show the world your, brightest smile.

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Occlusal guards protect teeth from the damaging effects of tooth grinding. The guards lit over the teeth and are typically worn while sleeping, which is when the majority of grinding occurs. While guards are available at the drugstore, custom occlusal guards created by your dentist ensure that a perfect, comfortable fit is achieved.

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