Looking good and feeling good go hand-in-hand. We understand that imperfections with your teeth or mouth can be a major source of insecurity and self-consciousness, and we want to help! At Caring Smiles, we view our work with patients as a partnership, so we’ll listen to your concerns first and come up with a plan to make your smile look its very best. Your confidence and comfort level is important to us. We’ll never push you into a treatment you don’t want.
For some people, achieving the smile of their dreams is as simple as using a take-home whitening tray. For others, veneers or crowns may be a better option. Then there are certain patients who will benefit most from a full-mouth rehabilitation or combination of procedures. No matter your needs, we promise to provide a professional consultation that will help you choose the best course of action for your unique situation. Before long, you’ll have a smile you can’t wait to show off!
Professional Teeth Whitening
If your teeth look dull or discolored rather than pearly and white, one of the simplest ways to enhance your smile is with professional teeth whitening. We can create custom whitening trays that are made specifically for your mouth. These trays give a comfortable fit and even results. To brighten your smile, fill your whitening tray with our professional-strength whitening gel and wear the tray for the recommended amount of time. Professional teeth whitening is an ideal way to achieve a more stunning smile from the comfort of your own home.
The size, shape, length, spacing, and color of your teeth all play an important part in your smile’s appearance. If you’re tired of seeing the imperfections with any of those features, consider dental veneers! Porcelain veneers give you the unique ability to customize the way you want your teeth to look. We’ll sit down with you to design a personalized treatment plan that’ll leave you with the smile you’ve always dreamed of having.
You don’t have to commit to a permanent or expensive procedure for a smile make-over. Snap-On Smile® is a custom-made removable device that covers your teeth to give you the beautiful results you desire. You’ll be able to pick the style and shade of the device, which will then cover up any gapped, crooked, stained, or missing teeth.
A dental crown can restore your cracked, broken, worn down, or damaged tooth back to its best condition and a healthy appearance. The Caring Smiles team designs custom crowns that blend in naturally with the surrounding teeth. Our esthetic dental crowns make it hard to spot which tooth has been restored.
You no longer have to cover up your smile because you’re embarrassed about gaps from missing teeth. Dental implants can help you get the smile you desire. They are a natural-looking and long-lasting way to replace teeth. Your full smile will be beaming confidently without any missing teeth. We can use dental implants to replace one tooth or multiple teeth.
What are the most common reasons for needing a dental crown?
Crowns are a versatile dental treatment used for both cosmetic and restorative purposes. They can:
- Cover a chipped or discolored tooth
- Protect a weak or broken tooth
- Alter the overall appearance of a tooth
- Strengthen a tooth with a large filling
- & more
What are dental crowns made of?
Dental crowns are made using a variety of materials. The material used depends on what your dentist offers as well as your own unique needs, lifestyle, and budget. From porcelain to silver to zirconia crowns, there are a wide range of crowns that serve different purposes. To learn more about dental crowns and what they’re made out of, please contact our office!
What happens during the dental crown procedure?
Once we decide that a dental crown is right for you, we’ll numb the area around the tooth. Then, we’ll prepare the tooth by removing a thin layer of enamel so the crown has room to fit over your existing tooth. Once the tooth is prepared, we’ll take impressions and send them to our off-site lab. While we wait for the lab to create your custom crown, we’ll fit you for a temporary crown in the meantime. Once your crown is ready, we will bond it onto your tooth and make sure it fits comfortably and doesn’t alter your bite!