With porcelain veneers, laminate, Zirconia, and DiVinci Drs. Mouner Amer and Khaled Eldin can cover up small imperfections, close gaps in your smile, and lengthen short or worn teeth. To place veneers, your dentist will trim away a small amount of enamel using our gentle WaterLase® laser. Thanks to this highly precise tool, preparatory work will typically take an hour or less. Your doctor will send impressions of your teeth to a local dental lab. In about two weeks, you will receive veneers that are a stunning complement to your smile.
Thanks to our in-office and take-home Zoom!® teeth whitening treatment, it has never been easier to achieve a youthful, sparkling smile. In-office treatment uses a peroxide-based whitening gel and specially formatted light to break apart stains. If you select take-home kits, your dentist will provide custom whitening trays and gel. Both options can achieve similar effects, visibly lightening your smile by several shades. We frequently offer whitening specials, making it affordable to brighten your entire appearance.
A smile makeover is a custom-designed treatment. After an exam and evaluation, we will recommend two or more cosmetic procedures to meet your unique goals. Your treatment plan may also include certain restorative procedures. For example, a tooth-colored crown or composite filling could dramatically enhance your smile. When designing your makeover, Drs. Amer and Eldin will consider your budget along with your health and aesthetic needs.
If you have a disproportionate amount of soft tissue, or if your gum line is uneven, gum reshaping may be the solution. During treatment, your dentist will use an advanced laser to trim excess tissue. The high energy of the laser is extremely precise, and it will seal off your gums during treatment for minimal bleeding. Compared to traditional gum reshaping, laser therapy is more comfortable and your recovery time will be shortened. Best of all, you will enjoy a bigger, more youthful smile after gum reshaping.
Dental bonding is especially useful in treating small cracks or chips on your teeth. Your dentist will select a shade of composite resin that closely matches your enamel. Next, he will apply the material to your teeth, filling in small blemishes, covering stains, or reshaping your teeth. He will then use a special light to harden the material. Bonding is an affordable cosmetic alternative to porcelain veneers. It may also be a great choice if you have suffered enamel erosion, limiting your candidacy for veneers.