Cosmetic Dentistry

Everyone wants a beautiful, movie-star smile, and today’s cosmetic dentistry techniques can make that dream possible. Our dentists are skilled in innovative techniques aimed at improving smile aesthetics, helping each patient achieve their goals so they feel more confident and more attractive. From a single cosmetic treatment to a complete smile makeover designed specifically for your needs and objectives, we can help you get that great-looking smile you’ve been dreaming of.


Veneers are one of the most popular treatments in cosmetic dentistry, and for good reason. Durable and natural-looking, veneers are applied to the front surfaces of teeth to correct the appearance of deep stains, chips, worn tooth edges, gaps or spaces, and even crooked teeth. Each veneer is custom-made so it fits comfortably and blends beautifully with neighboring teeth. Fitted and applied in two appointments, today’s veneers help patients get the improvements they’re looking for without prolonged treatment times, and with proper care, your veneers can last a decade or more.

Teeth Whitening

Whiter, brighter teeth don’t just look healthier and more attractive — they can have a major bearing on how you feel about yourself and the way others perceive you. At our office, we offer state-of-the-art teeth whitening solutions designed to help patients banish stains and yellowing so their teeth look whiter, cleaner and better cared for. Our whitening treatments use advanced whitening gels designed to penetrate the tooth’s surface, gently lifting away stains and yellowing, so teeth can look their best.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding uses durable, tooth-colored materials applied to the surface of teeth to treat chips and other small defects, restore decayed areas, and hide deep stains and discoloration that can’t be eliminated with teeth whitening treatments. The bonding material can be custom-tinted to match neighboring teeth so the restoration blends in seamlessly. Plus, unlike veneers, bonding can be completed in a single visit without altering the structure of the underlying tooth. Once the bonding material is applied, it’s hardened or “cured” with a bright light and expertly shaped and buffed for a result that’s completely natural-looking.