A natural, beautiful, smile is one of the most desired physical features worldwide. It can make you feel more confident, attractive, and happy. Wouldn’t you love to have a breathtaking smile for the rest of your life? With all of the recent advances in dentistry practices, dental professionals are able to provide a natural-looking beautiful smile to anyone and everyone through interventions referred to as Cosmetic Dentistry.
The most common Cosmetic Dentistry in Coral Springs procedures used today are tooth whitening, porcelain veneers, and braces. Below is a list of the basic Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures that we offer to our patients.
Brilliant Tooth Whitening Methods
Teeth Whitening is the most common procedure performed in cosmetic dentistry.
We utilize all different kinds of whitening methods to develop healthy beautiful smiles in our wide variety of clients. Some of these techniques allow you to have visibly brighter teeth in as little as one hour! Common everyday activities produce stains on your teeth that make them take on a yellow hue, such as tobacco, coffee and soda. Our team only uses trusted teeth-whitening methods to remove these stains and provide you with a smile that you can be proud of.
In our office, we also offer Porcelain Veneers to create healthier, happier smiles for our patients. Adding porcelain veneers is often used to correct flawed, chipped, or misaligned teeth. It is a simple procedure that produces natural-looking, durable results.
Invisible Braces that Produce Brilliant Smiles
Here at our dentistry office in Coral Springs we generally prefer to use Invisalign instead of traditional braces for several reasons. Firstly, Invisalign is able to produce the same if not better results as traditional braces without all of the hassle and complications that come from traditional brackets and wires. Invisalign aligner are specifically designed to be mostly invisible and also to be removable. Being able to remove your braces actually helps the realignment process as you are able to brush and floss your teeth correctly throughout the course of your treatment, keeping them healthy and plaque-free.