Cosmetic dentistry might be the solution you need if your smile is flawed by imperfections such as:
- Cracked, chipped, fractured, or broken teeth.
- Gaps and spaces between teeth.
- Discolored, yellowed, or stained teeth.
- Slightly misaligned or uneven teeth.
- One or more missing teeth.
- Teeth that appear too long, too short, or too pointed.
- Very worn teeth.
- Misshapen teeth.
Our dentists will help you choose one or more of our high-quality cosmetic dental treatments based on your personal needs and desires. An individualized treatment plan will help you accomplish all of your goals for the smile of your dreams. Your treatment plan may include:
- Dental Bonding.
- Dental Veneers.
- Teeth Whitening.
You can read more about the treatments offered below. Further information can be found at the American Dental Association:
The latest in dentistry is provided by Dr. Page with Invisalign®, performed in both the Greenville Avenue and Preston Road locations in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Page will be able to straighten your teeth with this clear, removable aligner that can work as an alternative to braces. If you want straight, beautiful teeth then come visit Page Dental Group. Call us today on (214) 692-7499 (Greenville office) or (972) 239-1962 (Preston office) to schedule your Invisalign consultation!
Invisalign® is a great choice for our patients who are searching for a more discreet orthodontic treatment option. Rather than using metal brackets and wires like traditional braces, the Invisalign system uses a series of custom-made, computer-generated plastic aligners to straighten your smile. Each set of aligners is designed to make small changes to the alignment of the teeth. As you switch sets of aligners about every two weeks, your teeth will be gradually, gently guided to their proper positions. You will also visit our office on a regular basis during treatment to make certain that your smile is progressing as planned.
In general, Invisalign can be used to treat the same orthodontic issues that are normally treated with braces. Our dentists may recommend Invisalign to correct:
- Crowded teeth.
- Crooked teeth.
- Gapped and spaced teeth.
- Certain problems with the bite, such as an overbite, open bite, underbite, or crossbite.
During your initial visit, we will determine whether you are a good candidate for Invisalign. This treatment is often a good choice for adult patients and others who are interested in a virtually invisible orthodontic treatment. In addition to being discreet, Invisalign aligners are also very comfortable because they are custom made from smooth, thin plastic. The aligners are removable as well, which allows you to easily remove them as needed in order to eat, brush, and floss.
You do not need to alter the appearance of your teeth with extensive cosmetic procedures; you can do it with dental bonding performed in both the Greenville Avenue and Preston Road locations in Dallas, Texas. This simple procedure uses a resin material to make minor alterations to the shade and shape of your teeth. To learn more about dental bonding and to set up your consultation with any of our skilled dentists, we welcome you to call or visit us today at Page Dental Group.
During the bonding process, our skilled dentists place a composite resin material directly onto the tooth structure. Because the resin is malleable and putty-like when first applied, we can shape and sculpt it to fit your tooth and correct flaws in the tooth’s appearance. The composite resin is then hardened, trimmed, and polished to provide a lasting, aesthetic restoration for your smile. Dental bonding typically requires just one visit to our welcoming dental office, and this treatment usually necessitates little to no tooth preparation.
Our dentists may recommend dental bonding in order to close gaps and spaces between teeth, improve misshapen teeth, lighten stained or discolored teeth, or restore chipped or cracked teeth. We will use a shade of composite resin that matches the original color of your teeth for a natural-looking effect. If you would prefer, we can use a slightly lighter shade to whiten the color of your teeth.
If you would like to change the overall appearance of your teeth, you can also do so with dental veneers which can be done in both the Greenville Avenue and Preston Road locations in Dallas, Texas.
Veneers are very thin shells, typically made of porcelain or resin, that are bonded to the front of your teeth to enhance the beauty of your smile. Our dentists may recommend dental veneers to correct several types of smile imperfections. Porcelain veneers are an excellent choice for enhancing your smile because the color and translucence of porcelain is a great match for the natural appearance of tooth enamel. Porcelain is stain resistant as well, so your smile will stay bright for years to come. Resin veneers can also be matched to your natural tooth color. With dental veneers, you can achieve a beautiful, natural-looking smile that you will love to show off.
Custom-made veneers can be used for just one tooth or for your entire smile. We may suggest veneers to:
- Close large spaces and gaps between teeth.
- Whiten teeth that are severely stained or discolored.
- Improve the appearance of irregularly shaped teeth.
- Correct slightly crooked teeth.
- Restore teeth that are broken, chipped, worn, or fractured.
Our dentists will use advanced techniques to lighten the color of your smile several shades.
Teeth whitening is a simple, effective cosmetic dental treatment that we offer to noticeably enhance your smile in as little as one treatment. Our professional teeth whitening treatments utilize a powerful yet safe whitening gel that is applied to the surface of your teeth. This gel works to lighten the appearance of stains, discoloration, and yellowing on the tooth enamel. Teeth whitening is often available in both in-office and take-home systems.
If you have ever wished that your smile were whiter and brighter, teeth whitening may be right for you. Through professional teeth whitening, we can lighten staining and discoloration caused by various factors, such as:
- The natural aging process.
- Poor dental hygiene habits.
- Consumption of certain drinks and foods, including tea, wine, coffee, and soda.
- Smoking and other forms of tobacco use.
- Certain medications.
Our dentists will work with you to determine the right type of treatment and treatment length to achieve the smile aesthetic you desire.