How can you improve the appearance of my smile?
Advances in dental materials, techniques, and technology have given us more methods than ever for creating a smile you will love to show off. These updates, combined with Dr. Amy Au’s experience as a prosthodontist, allow us to deliver just about any type of smile makeover you can imagine.
You may have only minor issues that you would like addressed, like chips or cracks. We can correct these conditions with a tooth-colored composite material that blends perfectly with the rest of your tooth. We use the same material to create fillings that look so natural even you won’t be able to detect them!
Common Tooth Restoration Options
Porcelain crowns and veneers are excellent choices for correcting cosmetic flaws like slight tooth misalignments, uneven spaces between teeth, and severe dental staining. A crown encases the whole tooth while a veneer covers the front surface. Both can be customized to address your condition and leave you with a healthier, more refreshed smile.
Sometimes for the best results and the most conservative method of saving tooth structure, we may recommend working with orthodontists to help move your teeth in better positioning prior to restorative treatment. Dental teeth whitening may also be a step prior to your final restorations to help achieve the results you desire.
We will be happy to sit down and talk to you about your goals for a more attractive smile. Dr. Au will take all your needs into account and develop a personalized plan for treatment so you can enjoy a smile that exceeds your expectations. Please call Berkeley Prosthodontics and we will be happy to arrange a consultation at your convenience.
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