Cosmetic dental procedures are used mainly to enhance the aesthetics of an individual’s smile. Although these procedures focus primarily on the appearance of the smile, some of them also improve oral functionality and strengthen the teeth. At Armitage Dental, we screen your mouth to understand your oral concerns thoroughly and suggest suitable treatment as required.
What cosmetic services can you avail of at Armitage Dental?
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure that is used to get rid of the stains from the teeth surfaces. We perform teeth whitening using a highly potent whitening gel that contains hydrogen peroxide. The oxygen molecules liberated by it enter the outer porous surface of the teeth and bleach the staining particles that are dislodged in it, thereby leaving behind whiter teeth.
Veneers made from dental-grade ceramic are used to make changes to the outer surface of the teeth. They resemble the outer shape of the teeth and are bonded with the help of dental adhesives. They are used to treat oral concerns such as chipped, worn out, naturally misshapen, or cracked teeth.
Crowns are one of the most popular and common dental restorations. They are made from tooth-colored ceramic material and exhibit excellent durability. Crowns appear just like natural teeth from the outside but are hollow on the outside. When crowns are placed on the teeth, they restore them from external damage, excessive wear, or when they are too weak to sustain themselves.
Dental implants are one of the strongest restorations. They are made from highly strong and durable metals such as titanium. The visible tooth-like structure attached to it is made from ceramic. Since implants are placed in the jawbone, they are the closest alternatives for natural teeth, as they restore both oral aesthetics and functionality.
A root canal therapy is conducted when the patient develops a root canal infection. It occurs when the microbes in the mouth enter the central dental pulp, leading to an invasive and painful infection. To treat this oral condition, we will extract the infected pulp, replace it with medicated filling, and place a dental crown on the treated tooth to restore it.
Please schedule a consultation with our team of dental experts to get your oral concerns treated at the earliest. Call us at (623) 872-8686 or reach out through online consultation, and we’ll be happy to help.