If you are looking to improve your smile, cosmetic dentistry can help you do just that! From teeth whitening to porcelain veneers, there are many options that can make a big difference and completely transform your teeth. A consultation with your dentist can help you build a treatment plan, review your options and choose the best steps towards improving your smile. If you are interested in cosmetic dentistry in Denver, CO, but aren’t sure where to begin, call us today to set up a consultation! We look forward to helping you transform your smile!
Our office offers two teeth whitening options: take-home trays and in-office whitening. Both forms of teeth whitening treatment are very effective and can really make a difference for your smile! With in-office whitening, you can schedule just one visit and walk out with a noticeably whiter smile – up to 8 shades whiter! With take-home whitening trays, you can see a noticeably whiter smile from the convenience of your home by using custom trays designed to perfectly fit your smile. Take-home trays are used for just 30 minutes a day for 2 weeks. If you are unsure of which whitening option is best for you, give us a call! We’d be happy to go over your options and help you make the whitening choice that best fits your lifestyle. If you are searching for teeth whitening in Denver, CO, call us today!
Dental bonding is one of the quickest and least invasive dental treatments used for improving your smile. If you have a chipped tooth or a gap in your teeth, dental bonding acts as a filler and restores the look of your smile without extensive treatment. In just one visit, tooth bonding can completely restore your tooth. In most cases, bonding does not require anesthesia or tooth adjustment. Bonding is made out of the same material used to fill teeth and blends in naturally with your smile. If you are interested in dental bonding in Denver, CO, call us today!
Porcelain Veneers & Lumineers
Both veneers and lumineers cover the front-facing part of the tooth to hide imperfections such as discoloration or minor chips. Both are attached directly to your tooth. Lumineers are a thinner covering whereas veneers are thicker. Depending on the condition of your tooth, your dentist can recommend the right option for your smile. If you are interested in veneers or lumineers in Denver, CO, the best place to start is scheduling a consultation so your dentist can create the best treatment plan for your smile. Call today!