Cosmetic dentistry services in Boston from Dental Partners of Boston offers extraordinary restorative capabilties. As home to a team of some of the best cosmetic dentists in Boston, our dental practice offers an enormous value to the patients who take advantage of these often life-changing procedures.
The health benefits of general dentistry, where the focus is on prevention and treatment of oral disease through good oral hygiene and timely diagnoses, are essential to our well-being. The benefits of cosmetic dental care in Boston step beyond this focus into the arena of self-image, self-confidence, and quality of life. Though often considered to be elective dental procedures, cosmetic dentistry can be a necessity for people suffering injuries or disease that damage their teeth and affect their appearance. The change we offer through cosmetic dentistry at Dental Partners of Boston is tremendous - from the straightforward, such as in-office tooth whitening done over a lunch hour, to the involved, such as full dental implant rehabilitation.
Our cosmetic dentistry procedures provide patients with benefits beyond pure aesthetics. Many aesthetic problems also can have health consequences. Here are a few of the different cosmetic dental procedures we offer our patients:
Nothing says happiness like a beautiful smile. And nothing reveals your beautiful smile like a complete smile makeover. From the shape and color of your teeth to the way they're aligned and how they're framed by your gums, a complete smile makeover is an in-depth process employing a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures to ensure your smile is truly you!
Your smile makeover may include such treatments as:
A complete smile makeover puts you back into play in the game of life.
Dental implants are extremely beneficial for patients suffering tooth loss. Whether you are missing one or more of your teeth, dental implants allow our dentists to restore full functionality and give you a beautifully natural smile, while restoring all the health benefits of your natural teeth. Dental implants are true tooth replacements, and their extraordinary success rate makes them our top choice to restore a smile.
Dental veneers are porcelain shells that are sculpted to produce natural looking, beautiful teeth. Normally used for front teeth only, veneers provide not only the cosmetic benefits of restoring damaged, cracked or badly stained teeth, but also restore full function. Strong, beautiful and permanent, dental veneers can make a dramatic difference in your smile.
Invisalign is the innovative tooth realignment system that has allowed millions of adults and teens to straighten misaligned teeth without the discomfort and undesirable appearance of traditional metal braces. Made of high quality, crystal clear plastic, Invisalign removable braces are nearly invisible when worn.
With our commitment to helping you achieve the brightest, most attractive smile possible, we at Dental Partners of Boston are pleased to offer Lumineers as a treatment option for our patients.
Over time, our teeth can stain and discolor. The causes of teeth staining are numerous: aging, tobacco use, eating certain foods like berries, and drinking wine, tea, coffee, sports drinks, and sodas. This discoloration can often be unsightly, but there are methods available to whiten teeth. With that in mind, we at Dental Partners of Boston proudly offer our patients both take-home and in-office teeth whitening services that will give you a brighter, whiter smile and improve the overall look of your teeth. Before committing to a procedure, it is important to know the differences between take-home teeth whitening and in-office teeth whitening.
We at Dental Partners of Boston are proud to offer white fillings as an alternative to metal fillings. Many dentists still use amalgam fillings, but those older fillings come with several issues that resin fillings avoid.
All porcelain dental crowns are one of the most common cosmetic dental procedures in tooth restoration. Made of dental porcelain or resin, these crowns can restore worn, broken, misshapen, or severely discolored teeth, and protect teeth cracked or weakened by decay. All porcelain dental crowns are also used to anchor a dental bridge or to cover and strengthen a tooth with a large filling. The ceramic material used in all-porcelain dental crowns can be color-matched to your existing teeth for a beautifully natural smile. Dental Partners of Boston offers Procera AllCeram crowns.
Today, more and more of our patients are asking for dental crowns that don't contain metal. Today's advanced all-ceramic crowns are much stornger than they used to be, and the aesthetic benefits are undeniable. This is why Dental Partners of Boston is one of the unique practices that offers Procera® AllCeram crowns.
There is a revolutionary new application of Botox injections to help patients fix their smile, eliminate the tension of tooth grinding, and help with TMJ. Dental Botox is safe, effective, and regulated by the FDA for treating frown lines.
Through the art and science of adhesive dentistry, cosmetic bonding can help the Dental Partners of Boston to restore your smile. The bonding material is a durable composite resin, which is shaped around your tooth or teeth, cured, and polished. Bonding is primarily a cosmetic dentistry procedure which is painless and effective immediately—and the best part is the entire process typically takes less than an hour. The composite resins used during cosmetic bonding are the same materials that are used to create tooth-colored fillings. The result is a natural, beautiful restoration that won’t be noticeable to the naked eye.
If you are interested in having a cosmetic dental procedure or would like to learn more about a specific procedure we encourage you to schedule an appointment with us today. Our dentists are happy to sit down with you and discuss your specific case, and request. With our team of experts, we can assess your situation in the same practice and give you results that can last a lifetime. Make an appointment today!Request an Appointment
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