The goal of cosmetic dentistry is to improve the appearance of teeth that show when you smile and talk.
People choose cosmetic dentistry for many reasons; to repair a defect such as a malformed bite or crooked teeth, treat an injury, or to improve their appearance. We’ve seen the demand for professional teeth whitening triple over the past 5 years.
Explore our services for cosmetic dentistry by clicking the links below. For more information, or to schedule an appointment with our dentist in Bloomfield Hills MI, call (248) 335-4427.
Cosmetic Dental Services
Don’t ignore a toothache. If you suspect you need a cavity filling, call our office as soon as possible. Our dentist uses white fillings made of composite resin to match your natural tooth enamel. Not only do composite fillings look and feel natural, but they don’t contain mercury.
If you have ever felt self-conscious about a cracked or chipped tooth, you owe it to yourself to ask our dentist about teeth bonding. During the tooth bonding procedure, our dentist will apply a tooth-colored resin before using a LED light to harden the resin to your tooth.
Veneers are wafer-thin porcelain shells our dentist can use to cover small chips, cracks, stains, and other minor imperfections in front teeth. If you’ve always felt self-conscious of your smile, it’s time to schedule an appointment with our dentist.
To achieve the best teeth whitening results, schedule an appointment with our dentist. Professional teeth whitening performed by our dentist is considered to be the most effective and safest method. When done properly, teeth whitening can last as long as 5 years.
Want noticeably white teeth in under an hour? If whitening toothpaste and strips haven’t been giving you the shade you want, ask our dentist if you’re a candidate for ZOOM! teeth whitening. The ZOOM! light works with hydrogen peroxide gel to lift tooth stains.
Our dentist may recommend teeth contouring if you have a slightly misshapen tooth that shows when you smile and talk. We may also recommend teeth reshaping if we notice one tooth is slightly longer than the rest of your front teeth.