Cosmetic Dentist Procedures
Tooth Whitening Cosmetic Dentist Restorations
Tooth Whitening Cosmetic Dentist Restorations: Glass crystal epoxy resins have revolutionized cosmetic dentistry over the past two decades. Also known as composite resin fillings, these tooth-colored restorations (or "composites") are so durably esthetic that they have surpassed amalgams in popularity in many offices nationwide.
Patients are asking for tooth-colored fillings in increasing numbers because of the advantages they offer. Not only do composites look like your real teeth, they are chemically bonded directly to the tooth and create a better seal; they are light-cured which makes them harden instantly; they resist temperature conduction, making them ideal for people with teeth that are sensitive to hot and cold; and, thanks to new advances in adhesive science, composite resins have excellent strength for small to medium sized fillings.
Some of the more common cosmetic dental procedures today: Tooth Colored Restorations, Porcelain Inlays/Onlays, Porcelain Veneers, Implants, Porcelain Crowns, Permanent Bridges, Bonding, One Hour Laser Whitening and more.
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