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Cosmetic dentistry has skyrocketed in popularity over the past few decades. At David Crumpton, DDS, we specialize in several cosmetic services aimed at improving the appearance of your teeth and overall smile. From minor cosmetic changes to full-tooth restorations, we have got you covered!
Your full mouth aesthestic reconstruction is unique to your specific needs. Treatment typically occurs over the course of a few different appointments, and it can often take up to a full year before the desired results are achieved.
Learn about the common procedures involved in a full mouth aesthetic reconstruction.
One of the most common complaints we receive involves the brightness of our patients’ smiles. For this reason, we offer professional teeth whitening treatment. Teeth whitening is one of the most basic and cost-effective ways to improve your smile.
As we get older, our teeth pick up stains from certain foods, drinks, medications, and personal habits. These stains, also known as extrinsic stains, are easy to remove with a bleaching solution. However, many store-bought bleaching products leave people dissatisfied with the results. Because we are trained professionals, we use a bleaching agent with a much higher concentration than store-bought alternatives. Our whitening treatment could make your teeth up to eight shades brighter in just a single appointment!
Learn more about brightening your smile with teeth whitening.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that completely covers the visible portion of a damaged or decayed tooth. In previous years, a dental crown was fabricated using a gold or silver amalgam. These days, porcelain is usually the material of choice. Porcelain is a ceramic compound that mimics the light-reflective properties of natural enamel. It can also be textured and color-matched to your existing teeth. Thanks to porcelain and other ceramics, crowns can also be used to fix the aesthetics of an unsightly tooth.
Discover more of the benefits of porcelain crowns.
Dental Veneers & Bonding
A dental veneer is a razor-thin shell that is bonded to the front surface of a tooth. Like our dental crowns, our veneers are typically made from porcelain. Veneers can be used to fix teeth that are severely discolored, worn down, chipped or broken, misaligned, uneven, irregularly shaped, or even gapped. During the procedure, we have to remove a small amount of enamel to accommodate the thickness of the veneer. For this reason, the veneer procedure is considered irreversible.
Patients looking for a less-invasive and more cost-effective solution may benefit from dental bonding. Dental bonding involves the application of composite resin, a putty-like material, to the surface of an aesthetically displeasing tooth. For example, dental bonding is an excellent solution for minor chips or cracks. During the procedure, the composite resin will be color-matched to the existing shade of your enamel, making it virtually indistinguishable from the rest of your tooth.
Read more about dental veneers and dental bonding.
Here at David Crumpton, DDS, we offer elaborate ceramic artistry. This method makes smiles glow with shimmering radiance. The restorations we create are specially designed just for your mouth. Not only do they function just like normal teeth, but they reflect light amazingly to boost the power of your smile. Ceramic artistry is a form of cosmetic dentistry that magnificently blends science and art for incredible results.
Let’s examine some of the factors that make our practice unique.
Dental bonding is the process of covering your affected tooth with a coating of resin that can mimic the appearance of flawless enamel. This means that if you are looking to improve your appearance due to obvious gaps, we can create a solution for that.
Learn more about cosmetic bonding.
A dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating that prevents cavities and tooth decay. Sealants are usually applied to the occlusal (bite) surface of the molars and premolars. These teeth possess deep grooves and fissures that are much harder to clean, especially for children and teenagers. Sometimes the grooves are so thin that the bristles of a toothbrush are rendered essentially ineffective. A sealant will provide a more even brushing surface and seal off the enamel from harmful bacteria. Preventing tooth decay will ensure your child’s smile remains beautiful for years to come!
Learn more about dental sealants and how they help prevent decay and reversing tooth decay.
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If you are unsatisfied with the current state of your smile, you may qualify for cosmetic dentistry! Call 817-678-7395 to schedule your consultation now!