Cosmetic dentistry helps you to improve your smile in a way that you can live a more confident and jovial life. It gives your smile a complete makeover. Such aesthetic procedures are a boon for those who have damaged, worn, discolored, chipped, misaligned, cracked, malformed teeth, or have gaps between them. Indeed, the cosmetic dentistry treatment plan we develop for a patient is in close collaboration with the patients and our dentists.
Cosmetic Dentistry Services
Cosmetic dentistry has progressed to the point where cosmetic dentists can now address both functional and aesthetic difficulties in their patients. We, at Gary C. Demetriou D.M.D., are the best in the industry. We have extensive knowledge of the most up-to-date dentistry techniques and technology to aid in the transformation of smiles. Furthermore, we offer a variety of dental expertise and cosmetic dentistry procedures.
Lumineers cover the gaps and fissures in teeth. It’s a long-term aesthetic remedy for teeth having misalignment, gaps, and scratches. It is a painless process and maintains the strength and condition of your natural teeth. Lumineers have the capability to remove even the most tenacious stains permanently.
They fill in all major and minor gaps between teeth. Furthermore, they aid in the prevention of decay in already damaged teeth. Lumineers provide a good value for money as they are durable and long-lasting.
Dental Inlays and Onlays
Inlays and onlays are the perfect remedies for large cavities. They can improve the strength of a tooth by up to 75%. Dental inlays and onlays are made up of solid, custom-made substances like gold, ceramic, or resin. They are either cast into shape with gold or porcelain, depending on the cavity size and depth.
An inlay is a dental restoration that is sculpted to fit into the grooves of your teeth. It doesn’t go all the way to the tooth’s cusps. An onlay is a type of dental restoration that is larger than an inlay but smaller than a dental crown. An onlay fills the bigger cavities and extends beyond a tooth’s cusps.
Dental bonding is most effective for people with small flaws in their teeth, such as gaps or sharp edges. Depending on how well the patient takes care of their teeth, dental bonding can last anywhere from three to ten years.
We place a tooth-colored resin on your tooth. UV or laser light then solidifies the resin placed over the tooth. This allows the substance to bind with the enamel. Our dentists then trim, shape and polish the tooth. We provide dental bonding procedures for the treatment of damaged, cracked, chipped, or deformed teeth.
Teeth whitening treatments are one of our most famous cosmetic dentistry services. It is the process of eliminating stains from the surface of the teeth and restoring their natural color. We offer advanced whitening treatments that provide reliable and long-lasting effects.
Our cutting-edge whitening method is quite simple. We apply a whitening agent or gel on your teeth while your lips and gums are particularly safeguarded. We then use laser lights to activate the gel. Subsequently, the gel penetrates the enamel and dentin of your teeth and effectively removes deep discoloration and stains. Your teeth will be up to eight shades lighter in about an hour. It is always advisable to talk to our consultant before getting a teeth whitening procedure.
Invisalign treatment requires the patient to wear transparent, removable aligners to progressively straighten their teeth. Our specialists will develop a one-of-a-kind treatment plan that outlines the precise movements of your teeth.
Based on your treatment plan, we design the invisalign aligners that apply the perfect amount of force to the right spot at the right time. Moreover, we’ll be there with you every step of the way to keep track of your progress and make sure your aligners fit correctly.
Restoring your beautiful smile is all that matters to us at Gary C. Demetriou D.M.D. We have trained, dedicated cosmetic dentistry specialists having a profound experience. Our treatments improve the aesthetics of your smile while maintaining your overall oral health.