COSMETIC & RESTORATIVE CARE
The development of advanced cosmetic and restorative dentistry techniques has enabled dentists to work wonders for patients’ smiles by treating common aesthetic issues such as misaligned, discolored, crooked, broken, or even missing teeth. Our skilled and experienced Air Dental team provides you with several options that can help you restore the function and appearance of your smile.
Do you find yourself wishing your teeth were whiter, straighter, or just more attractive? Are you embarrassed by the way your teeth look, hiding your smile behind your hand? Maybe it’s time to consider cosmetic dentistry. Whether patients are looking to brighten their smiles with professional teeth whitening or they’re interested in a full smile makeover, our team has the treatment options they need to get their dream smiles. In many cases, we’re able to offer one simple, minimally invasive solution to completely transform smiles in just two appointments using porcelain veneers. Explore our cosmetic dentistry options here or contact our team to find out more.
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Chips, gaps, stains, and even misalignment of your teeth can be significantly improved with porcelain dental veneers. These innovative treatments are durable, thin, and made to comfortably fit over the visible portion of your teeth with very long-lasting results. Porcelain veneers are also custom-designed for the most natural-looking appearance and the ability to beautifully blend in with your surrounding teeth.
Professional teeth whitening treatments can lighten your teeth by several shades and have a beautiful affect on the appearance of your smile. We offer both in-office laser teeth whitening and at-home treatment kits.
With composite dental bonding, you can improve chips, cracks, discolorations, and even gaps between the teeth. The strong, tooth-colored resin material used in composite bonding can work wonders on minor aesthetic dental issues.
For individuals who wish to replace missing teeth, dental implants may be an effective long-term solution. Dental implants provide greater structural support and last longer than either dental bridges or dentures. Dental implants serve as the artificial root to which new teeth are bonded. They are typically constructed of titanium, a strong and safe material that effectively attaches to bone. The procedure to insert dental implants typically involve three steps: the implant insertion stage, osseointegration (the period of healing for the jawbone), and the attachment of the restoration or new tooth.
Dental bridges are custom-designed treatments that can provide effective replacement for missing teeth. These popular options can result in replacement teeth that look very natural and improve overall form and function.
One of the most often used dental procedures, root canals allow our team to preserve even severely damaged or decayed teeth. We recommend root canals when patients experience damage or infection that reaches the inner layer of the tooth. This layer is known as the pulp, and the entire nerve system of the tooth is housed in this section. The painful toothache that most patients associate with root canals actually stems from the infection or damage to the nerve system that precedes the procedure. Root canal therapy is used to remove damaged tissue and restore full form and function to teeth.
INLAYS AND ONLAYS
Porcelain inlays and onlays help strengthen and protect rear teeth that have been affected by tooth decay. If decay causes too much damage for a filling to correct, an inlay can be used to cover the top of the tooth between the cusps. An onlay is used in cases of more extensive damage, covering more surface area of the tooth. Both inlays and onlays offer patients a durable, long-lasting, and natural-looking solution.