🔺 COVID-19 UPDATE
Dear Valued Patients and Customers,
We hope you are all staying safe and taking these times to be mindful. Our number one priority as always,
is the health and safety of our patients and our team. Starting May 11th, we will be open for regular business hours.
We have taken extra precautions above and beyond the standard of care to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.
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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dental Services

Cosmetic Dentist in Austin, TX 78759
Veneers

Veneers are thin ceramic or porcelain shells created to fit directly over the visible surfaces of your teeth with little to no drilling. They are commonly used to repair chipped, cracked, or discolored teeth. They can be used to close gaps between teeth, change the shape of teeth, or straighten slightly misaligned teeth.

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Bonding

Bonding is typically used to close spaces after orthodontics or to modify the shapes of teeth or repair small chips. Bonding is not as reliable of a treatment as veneers but is still a good treatment option when indicated.

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Whitening
  • In-office Teeth Whitening: Three or four 15-minute treatments with 38% hydrogen peroxide gel to achieve maximum whitening results.
  • Take Home Whitening Trays: Custom trays made to fit precisely with your teeth to allow you to whiten when and where you please. Choose from 16%, 22% and 35% carbamide peroxide strengths.
  • Sheer White!┬«: Similar to over the counter whitening strips, they are easy to apply and adapt tightly to the shape of your teeth with no leakage of material, ensuring a comfortable fit for up to two hours of whitening. 20% carbamide peroxide formulation.

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Laser Gum Therapy

A diode laser can be used on soft tissue for gum recontouring, canker sore treatment, and to remove soft tissue for better access during a restoration. A laser provides precise work and speedier healing times than a traditional scalpel.

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