Cosmetic dentistry is much more than simple vanity – it’s an important aspect of proper oral care. At Heggerick, Alwazzan & Noel DMD Prosthodontists, your cosmetic dentist in Weston, MA, we have a talented staff of dentists and hygienists who will help you on your way to a healthy, more beautiful smile.
With a staff of dental specialist we can help with everything from uneven teeth to chipped or otherwise damaged teeth. These issues can have a serious impact on your health as well as your confidence in yourself. Cosmetic dentistry is as much about making teeth functional as it is about making them beautiful.
We offer several cosmetic dentistry options to keep your smile both attractive and healthy:
For these and many other reasons, cosmetic dentistry has become a vital and important part of the dental profession.
- Teeth Whitening – Teeth become discolored as they age through tobacco use, coffee consumption or even just the foods you eat. It’s a simple matter to restore the teeth to their fresh natural whiteness, we offer a variety of teeth whitening options.
- Invisalign – Invisalign liners do all the work that braces do to straighten teeth, but are nearly invisible, and much easier to use. Rather than having your dentist constantly tightening them, you simply put your own aligners on and wear them except when you eat or brush your teeth, switching to the next aligners in the series every two weeks or so until your teeth are perfectly straight.
- Dental Bonding – For small problems on single or a few teeth, such as chips, cracks or gaps, we can make repairs using a tooth-colored composite resin material. Dental bonds are quick, cheap and easy solutions to minor problems.
- Veneers – For problems that are larger or more extensive than dental bonding can fix, we also offer porcelain veneers, which can be used to fill in multiple gaps or repair badly damaged teeth. Porcelain veneers are becoming very popular, since they’re cheaper, faster and easier to install than full crowns.
Don’t let problems with your teeth linger. The longer those problems exist, even if they seem purely cosmetic, the greater chance that they can lead to serious problems such as gum disease or muscle and bone damage that comes from an uneven bite. Request your appointment today!