Cosmetic Dentistry


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If you’re looking to change the appearance of your teeth and better your smile, you have come to the right place. Here at Paul Ashley, we specialize in all cosmetic dentistry that can help make you feel more confident with your smile!

 

Teeth Whitening

 

Sometimes there is no explanation for yellow or stained teeth. Over time and use, sometimes our teeth naturally change color or wear down. To try to whiten your teeth, most decide on purchasing teeth whitening toothpaste, whitening strips, or mouthwashes. Even though these over the counter forms of whitening can help for the short term, the most efficient and long-lasting way to a pearly white smile is with in-office teeth whitening.

Teeth whitening is the most popular form of cosmetic dentistry because it is so accessible, easy, and cost-effective. If you’re looking for a little more confidence in your smile, teeth whitening is for you!

 

Dental Veneers

 

If your teeth are naturally stained, damaged, and misshaped then dental veneers could be a great option for you to better the appearance of your teeth. Dental veneers are shells placed around your actual teeth that help straighten and whiten your teeth. They feel and function like natural teeth and merge right into your smile.

 

Dental Implants

 

Dental implants are a great option for those who might have missing teeth. Dental implants are a permanent way to fill the gaps in your teeth and improve your smile. These implants mirror the functions and the look of all your other teeth making it easy to forget you had a missing tooth in the first place. They are placed right into the original tooth spot, these implants can help your gums and your bones stay healthy.

 

Dental Crowns

 

This form of cosmetic dentistry is here to help restore the form of previously decayed teeth. Dental crowns are detailed caps that are placed on your teeth to make it look better and restored. These caps are usually made out of ceramic and porcelain giving off the real look and feel of a tooth. When properly placed and cared for, dental crowns can last up to 15 years or more.