Cosmetic Dentistry

You Can Have A Beautiful Smile!

Smiles can be disfigured by a number of illnesses, accidents, birth defects, or medications. Teeth can also become stained from years of drinking coffee, tea, and soda. The good news is most issues can be fixed with the advancement in modern dental technology. New composite resins and porcelain crowns allow Dr. Michael Bass and Dr. Rob Watson to rebuild your teeth to look natural and aesthetically pleasing.  Also, new whitening compounds can create whiter, youthful looking teeth.

If you are looking for a stronger, brighter, and more beautiful smile here are a few options to consider with cosmetic dentistry:

Porcelain Veneers

If you suffer from cracked, broken, crooked, or chipped teeth or if you have tried whitening but not found the results you are looking for veneers may be the choice for you. Dr. Bass and Dr. Watson use thin porcelain veneers to fill gaps, straighten teeth, cover imperfections and permanently brighten your smile. Porcelain veneers mimic the natural look of enamel to give you that beautiful smile you deserve. With proper care, veneers can last years and withstand everyday wear and staining. Veneers also hold up better than traditional bonding.

Tooth Colored Fillings

People are amazed at how natural tooth colored fillings look when we are finished. Teeth that are chipped, broken, or decayed can be rebuilt using resin composite fillings that truly match the original tooth color. Whether it is front teeth or back teeth, our resin composite fillings do not have the mercury content of the silver amalgam fillings of old, nor do they have the BPA’s of other plastics.  Safe and beautifully restored teeth are our goal.

Teeth Whitening

Using the latest in whitening systems Dr. Michael Bass and Dr. Rob Watson can quickly give you a bright white smile that you will be proud to show off. Even if your teeth have been stained by years of coffee, tea or tobacco use, our proven system can give you the results you are searching for. The great thing about whitening is almost everyone is a candidate.  Both at-home and in-office whitening options or a combination of both are available for you.

Dental Crowns

Also called a cap, dental crowns are a new covering for a tooth. They can be made from a variety of substances including porcelain, zirconia, gold, and other materials. If available, more conservative options to improve the look of teeth are veneers, whitening or bonding; however, if the tooth has become too damaged or decayed a crown may be the best option.

During a dental crown procedure, Dr. Michael Bass and Dr. Rob Watson will reshape the tooth and then attach a natural looking crown to create a natural looking smile. Porcelain and ceramic crowns can also be color matched to the rest of your teeth to create a tooth that looks indistinguishable from your real teeth.  This is cosmetic dentistry at its best.