We’ve talked about how whitening brightens teeth and bonding fixes minor damage, but what if one treatment could completely transform a smile’s appearance? With our cosmetic porcelain veneers, we have the ability to alter a tooth’s shape and color, often in just one visit. Let’s look at the benefits veneers offer our Tucson, AZ, patients.
Posts Categorized: Cosmetic Dentistry
If you chip a tooth, then you may wonder what repair will involve. Well, we help our Tucson, AZ, patients enjoy natural looking smile repair using cosmetic treatment options. With dental bonding, we can transform and reshape a tooth in just one sitting! How does dental bonding repair damaged smiles?
We want to help our Tucson, AZ, patients start 2019 with a gorgeous smile. If you have discoloration, then please talk to us about our cosmetic solutions. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk in depth about our at-home teeth whitening system, which can brighten smiles by several shades!
We know December just started, but before you know it, the end of the year will be here. With that in mind, what if you made a resolution to finally address your misalignment? You could get started now on correcting your uneven smile with the clear and comfortable Invisalign® system. Find out how this system… Read more »
The holiday season is here! Which means you may be looking forward to a number of get-togethers with friends and family. If you want to attend these celebrations with a brighter smile, then you may benefit from teeth whitening. Find out how our teeth whitening treatments help patients in Tucson, AZ.
When we want to completely change the appearance of the smile, we often recommend porcelain veneers. Not only do they look natural, but they also offer long lasting restoration. What makes veneers look so lifelike, and when are they right for our Tucson, AZ, patients?
Did you know cosmetic dentistry can repair teeth? Our cosmetic solutions do much more than just brighten smiles. In fact, we often employ dental bonding to help repair smiles for our Tucson, AZ, patients. How do we place bonding and what should patients expect?