Cosmetic Dentistry

Smiles matter, probably more than we realize. Volumes of research confirm the influential role of smiles in our relationships and our self-esteem. If you're confident, you smile more. If you smile more, you feel more confident. But what if you don't want to flash those pearly whites because you're embarrassed? The effects of a bad smile may ripple through your life. Fortunately, a growing range of options enables anyone to enjoy a stunning new smile. Dr. Archana and Dr. Patel's passion for enhancing smiles brings you the best in modern dentistry.

Cosmetic dental treatments can:

  • Brighten stained or discolored teeth

  • Repair cracks or fractures

  • Fill gaps between teeth

  • Correct overcrowding

  • Reshape teeth

  • Replace missing teeth

  • Replace old metallic restorations, such as fillings and crowns

Porcelain Veneers

Custom-crafted to each tooth, veneers provide an artist's touch to your smile. Regardless of your vision for your smile, chances are veneers offer an answer. When today's modern materials meet our passion for cosmetic excellence, you'll be amazed at what you see smiling back at you in the mirror.

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Composite Fillings

Cavities, chips, and fractures can occur on any tooth surface throughout the mouth. The composite filling material is tooth-colored and provides a versatile solution to many common problems. Blended into a prepared area, the composite polishes to a smooth, undetectable finish.

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Teeth Whitening

Nothing boosts your confidence like a terrific smile. Over time, yellow stains can dull the color of your teeth. Professional whitening systems provide the ultimate in whitening results, quickly removing years of discoloration leaving gleaming results.

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Porcelain Crowns

Damaged teeth might seem hopeless, but there's often a solid foundation underneath. A crown, or cap, can bring a compromised tooth back to full function. Utilizing modern porcelain materials, you'll have a difficult time trying to find where the crown ends and the tooth starts.

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