Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Annual dental examinations check your overall oral health and look for signs of developing problems like cavities, tartar buildup, and gum disease.

Digital x-rays allow Dr. Fredericks to collect more information about the health of your teeth, gums, and jaw to determine if treatment is needed.

A professional teeth cleaning uses special instruments to remove built-up tartar and plaque, polishing your enamel for a healthy and bright smile.

Tooth-colored fillings repair dental cavities by sealing and protecting the surface of the tooth while maintaining the appearance of your smile.

To treat the earliest stages of gum disease, scaling and root planing removes built-up plaque and tartar from the gum pockets and smoothes the enamel.

A simple or surgical tooth extraction may be performed to remove a tooth that is damaged, infected, or does not fit in the mouth (like wisdom teeth).

Root canals can save a damaged or diseased tooth from being extracted by removing the infected dental pulp, then filling the center of the tooth.

Veneers are custom-made thin, durable covers that are bonded to the patient's teeth to mask imperfections and give them a beautiful smile.

A smile makeover combines several cosmetic treatments based on the patient's goals for a complete transformation to a beautiful, healthy smile.

Invisalign is an advanced orthodontics system that uses comfortable and removable plastic aligners to move the teeth into the desired position.

Dental bonding and contouring is a procedure in which a resin material is used to sculpt the tooth to improve its size, shape, or spacing.

Laser teeth whitening treatments with BriteSmile helps to dramatically improve the appearance of the smile by removing stains and discoloration.

Home teeth whitening uses custom-made teeth trays and a professional whitening gel to conveniently remove enamel stains and brighten your smile.

Dental implants are titanium screws or posts that are placed in the jawbone to support a false tooth or teeth for a stable, long-lasting restoration.

Removable dentures (both full and partial) restore the appearance and function of the mouth by replacing some or all missing and damaged teeth.

Overdentures, also known as implant-supported dentures, are attached to dental implant posts in the jawbone to provide stability and a natural look.

Crowns, also called caps, are dental restorations that are placed over structurally damaged or compromised teeth to give them strength and support.

A dental bridge closes the gap left by a missing tooth with a custom restoration, which can utilize a false tooth and one or more dental crowns.

To help keep patients calm and relaxed during their dental appointments and procedures, safe sedation methods like nitrous oxide gas can be used.

Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) is a progressive disorder of the jaw that can be treated with several procedures, including jaw realignment.

Night guards are custom-made dental appliances that can be worn while sleeping to protect the mouth from problems caused by grinding and clenching.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.