Esthetic Dentistry: Cosmetic & Restorative
Cosmetic Dentistry

Having a beautiful smile can help boost your confidence and improve your quality of life. We offer many services to help you achieve your goals including teeth whitening, teeth straightening, and porcelain veneers.

Teeth Whitening

If you want a bright, white smile there are a variety of options to fit every budget. You can restore your stained or discolored teeth in one visit or opt for a take-home whitening kit.

  • Zoom!®
    Get a whiter smile in less than an hour with the Zoom!® Professional Whitening System.  When you come to the office, a whitening gel will be placed on your teeth and activated by Zoom!®’s special light technology. The light activates the hydrogen peroxide to bleach your teeth to a dazzling white – up to 8 shades whiter.

  • Sapphire
    Sapphire is one of the fastest in-office whitening systems. In about 45 minutes you’ll have a whiter smile using Sapphire’s unique bleaching gel.

  • Take-home Whitening Kits
    Take-home whitening kits are rising in popularity as more and more people want whiter smiles in the convenience of their homes.  These take-home kits are stronger than the whitening kits available at the drug stores and customized for your needs specifically.

Teeth Straightening

Invisalign® - You can straighten your teeth without unsightly brackets and wires when you use Invisalign®. By using a clear, removable aligner which changes about every two weeks, your teeth will straighten little by little in just six to eighteen months. Comfort is a top priority, as you can remove the aligners to eat all of your favorite foods.

Porcelain Veneers

Lumineers® are custom designed porcelain shields bonded to the front of your teeth to transform your smile. Fix staining, uneven spacing, awkwardly shaped teeth, and lengthen short teeth with the contact lense-thin Cerinate® porcelain that has been proven to last for over 20 years.  Usually there is no drilling required and you can have a beautiful new smile in just a few visits.

Restorative Dentistry

If you have a cracked tooth or possible tooth decay, there are several treatment options available to restore the functionality and esthetic of your teeth. Your smile can be restored with dental implants, crowns, onlays or inlays.

Dental Implants

If you’re missing teeth, you may consider dental implants as an alternative to dentures because they are very natural looking and feeling.  One or more artificial teeth can be planted in your jaw without affecting the bordering teeth.


Dental crowns are a tooth-shaped cap that covers the tooth, right above the gum line to restore a tooth’s shape, size, strength, or appearance.  Crowns are appropriate when there is decay to the tooth’s cusps and it’s too late for a traditional filling, onlays, or inlays.

Onlays & Inlays

Onlays and inlays are used to protect against tooth decay while conserving as much of the natural tooth structure as possible. They are bigger than a traditional filling, but smaller than a crown. When there is little damage to the cusps of your tooth, an inlay is used like a puzzle piece to fit into the remaining portion of the tooth. When there is more extensive damage, onlays are placed over the cusps on the tooth adding strength and durability.

Onlays & Inlays vs. Crowns

A crown is necessary if a tooth has severe decay, however sometimes dentists recommend a crown treatment when onlays and inlays are a viable option.  Onlays and inlays are preferable to a crown because this treatment preserves as much of the healthy tooth structure as possible. A crown will remove part of the healthy tooth structure which can cause trauma to the nerve and lead to a root canal years later.