Keeping your teeth clean and cavity free is indeed important, but the fact your teeth are healthy doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be ecstatic with their appearance. Genetics may provide you with teeth that are crooked, oddly shaped or that have large gaps between them. Or perhaps the appearance of your teeth has been altered from physical trauma or as a result of teeth grinding.
You Can Love Your Smile
Whatever the reason for your less-than-thrilling grin, the good news is that you can change the shape of your teeth and reinvent the look of your smile, thanks to the expertise of our cosmetic dentists in Seattle. Even better news is that there are several modern cosmetic services that allow you to choose the best option for you based on your unique dental needs and personal preferences.
At our elite dental office, we’re proud to provide you with treatment options including:
- Porcelain Veneers—Wafer thin porcelain shells that are custom-made for your unique needs, and securely attached to the front surface of your teeth.
- Teeth Whitening—Brighten your smile by 8-10 shades in as little as 45 minutes
- Dental Crowns—Expertly crafted tooth shaped “caps” that cover the entire visible portion of the tooth. The crown is securely cemented into place and is effective in creating a tooth with a natural, aesthetically pleasing appearance.
- Dental Bonding—A highly popular option involving the application of a tooth-colored resin on the desired teeth. The resin is hardened and bonded to the tooth using a special, high-intensity light. The final layer of resin is sculpted and polished to form the optimum appearance for the tooth.
All these options are effective but can differ when it comes to cost, durability, and the time it takes to complete the procedure. Contact us today and book your very own smile consultation with one of our cosmetic dentists in Seattle at Elliott Bay Dental. We can couple the needs of your unique smile with your personal circumstances and preferences to help you achieve more than just a smile that’s healthy—one that you’ll love and be proud to call your own.
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