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Teeth Whitening 

Zoom! is a great option for the working individual or stay-at-home parent with scheduling conflicts. We would need to schedule a  time to get impressions for trays, put trays in at night with the bleach gel, monitor at home, and wait for results.   

Home-use whiteners come from us at our dentist office or are sold over the counter. They may be applied to your teeth using trays, strips, as a rinse, or with a brush. They usually contain a chemical called peroxide (pur-OX-eyed), which gets below the surface to lighten tooth enamel. Home-use whiteners are meant to be used over days or weeks.

As your dentist, we may make custom whitening trays for your upper and lower teeth. You put the whitening gel in the trays and wear them for short times during the day or overnight. Your dentist will tell you how long to wear them. If you wear the trays for too long, the peroxide in the gel can irritate your teeth.



Invisible Braces

We offer a modern solution of straightening your teeth through clear braces, made specifically to fit your mouth.

Teeth are sometimes in an irregular position since their outgrowth and sometimes they move later in life. With clear braces we can treat various orthodontic irregularities and archive a beautiful smile without the discomfort from having metal on your teeth.


Tooth contouring

While dental contouring can offer many benefits, cosmetic contouring is the type that is only meant to improve your appearance. With that said, this procedure may offer other perks, even if you’re mostly focused on improving the look of your smile. Whether or not these apply to you will depend on your individual health history and the structure of your enamel.

Benefits of contouring may include:

  • Improving your appearance by altering the shape or size of your teeth

  • Fixing cracked, chipped, crooked, or improperly aligned teeth

  • Improving damage from grinding your teeth (also known as bruxism)

  • Making it easier to clean the areas between your teeth

This procedure is often combined with dental bonding to add material to your tooth and increase its volume or shape

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