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If you just aren’t satisfied with your smile, we have many possible solutions. One very popular option for restoring smiles is porcelain veneers. These thin pieces of porcelain are fitted over your teeth and create an amazingly brilliant smile in very little time.
Traditional veneers are a great option for sprucing up your smile, but they do require some preparation to be made to your existing teeth. Minimal-prep veneers are an alternative. These veneers are so thin that they can go over your existing teeth little to no tooth alteration. As with porcelain veneers, minimal-prep veneers create long-lasting results – fast!
If you’ve gone a long time between visits to the dentist, or maybe just decided it was time to beautify that smile, a full-mouth restoration might be a great option for you. This process is a full overhaul that can include filling cavities, repairing damaged teeth, and even replacing teeth, if necessary. When it’s done, you won’t believe that’s your smile in the mirror!
Are your teeth no longer the pearly-white shade they used to be? Coffee and smoking aren’t the only things that can darken teeth. The passing of time alone can turn the brightest of smiles to a less desirable shade. Weiss Dental offers both in-office and take-home whitening to help bring back those pearly whites.
Our in-office whitening services will erase all those years of morning coffee in no time at all. We use both ZOOM! and KöR Deep Bleaching whitening products to achieve the whitest and brightest smile possible.
If you’d rather do your whitening yourself in the comfort of your own home, we can prepare a series of whitening trays for you. Our take-home trays use Day White and Opalescence brand whiteners.
Broken and worn teeth are often repaired with a crown. In some cases, the break is too close to the bone for a crown to be attached. In such cases, Dr. Jack uses crown lengthening to allow a crown to be attached to even an extremely damaged tooth.
This procedure can be performed in our office and does not require a referral.
If you have teeth that appear “small,” they might just sit very low in the gum line. Gum recontouring is a technique dentists use to carefully reshape your gums and reveal that portion of your teeth that has been hiding all along. It’ll be like having a whole new smile.
Composite bonding uses the same tooth-colored compound used to fill cavities to repair chips, small gaps, and other minor imperfections. This gives your teeth a smoother look and creates dazzling results.
Dr. Jack doesn’t just reshape gums; he can apply the same principle to your teeth to smooth out rough and uneven patches. This process will erase years off your teeth and leave you with a smile that looks brand new.