Zoom! Teeth Whitening

ZOOM! LASER TEETH WHITENING Zoom Laser Teeth Whitening is the quickest and most effective way to whiten your teeth in less than 1 hour. No matter how discolored your teeth were, it could potentially bring up to 4 – 8 shades brighter. The Zoom! bleaching gel contains 25% of Hydrogen Perioxide. Upon exposure of a special…

Composite bonding

COMPOSITE BONDING Bonding is a procedure in which a tooth-colored resin is applied and hardened with a special light, ultimately “bonding” the material to the tooth to improve a person’s smile. Among the easiest and least expensive of cosmetic dental procedures, bonding can repair chipped or cracked teeth, close gaps, change the shape of teeth,…

ZOOM! AT-HOME WHITENING KIT

Philips Zoom take-home Whitening

ZOOM! AT-HOME WHITENING KIT Philips Zoom DayWhite and NiteWhite give you superior whitening results by utilizing high-potency gels with custom-molded trays, specially made to fit your teeth. Philips Zoom DayWhite and NiteWhite kits offer five different options to meet your needs. Sensitive teeth? Check. Dramatic results fast? We’ve got it covered. With Philips Zoom, your…

Gummy Smile Surgery

GUMMY SMILE SURGERY The appeal of a smile has to do with both aesthetics and perception. Some individuals’ feel they show too much gum tissue or their gums are too prominent when they smile. Either their teeth appear too small, or so much gum tissue shows that the teeth are not making an impact. And…

Porcelain Veneer

PORCELAIN VENEER You have probably already heard the word “veneer” used in other contexts to describe a very thin covering that makes the surface of something look better. That’s exactly what it means in dentistry as well. An extremely thin custom-made shell that is astonishingly lifelike in appearance is placed on the front of a tooth giving…

Laser Teeth Whitening

LASER TEETH WHITENING Tooth discolorations can be caused by diet and lifestyle choices, ages or exposure to certain medications. Most stains are caused by consumption of staining food, drinks and tobacco products and are located in the upper, enamel layer of the tooth. However, some stains are located deeper inside of the tooth in the…