We want you to be confident about your smile so the real you always shines through. Not only is beauty a top priority when designing a smile, but also the functionality and the longevity of it as well.
Whether you have a specific area of concern or you would like to completely transform your smile, our doctors will be happy to help you achieve those goals.
Dental veneers offer patients a chance to achieve their ideal smile without extensive or invasive dental work. Porcelain veneers are custom fabricated to match each patient’s aesthetic preferences. They are bonded in place for a long-lasting smile makeover.
Dental veneers are a very popular treatment that gives patients a more aesthetic smile. This procedure is suitable for improving a smile. Unlike dental restorations that are necessary to fix damage and restore function, dental veneers are designed to correct aesthetic imperfections. Veneers have long been popular among movie stars. Today, they are available for patients from all walks of life who want to take their smile from dull to dazzling.
Why Choose Dental Veneers?
Porcelain veneers offer you a chance to get the smile you wish you were born with. Veneers are designed to look like natural teeth – pearly white and slightly translucent. Unlike real teeth, they don’t yellow over time. Dr Isbell uses veneers to cover up many flaws including:
- Slight crookedness
- Small gaps between teeth
- Minor chips and fractures
- Stains or discoloration that doesn’t respond to tooth whitening
- Teeth that look misshapen or too short
Who is a Candidate for Dental Veneers?
Veneers work best for patients who have teeth flaws they would like to improve. Proper oral care is essential for keeping veneered teeth in good condition!
Composite fillings (also known as white fillings) are tooth-colored restorations. These are the best options for small areas that are an esthetic concern. An added benefit is that they bond directly to the tooth surface which results in less removal of the natural tooth structure to order to gain retention of the filling. Overtime, they do need to be replaced due to wear and tear.
Dental Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays are used to:
- replace unattractive metal fillings
- restore teeth after moderate repairs
Our porcelain inlays and onlays are created in-office and are extremely strong. Plus, they:
- are color-matched to your smile
- save 60% of your natural tooth structure
- protect against decay
- are easy to maintain
- prevent need for full coverage crown
- prevent need for root canal