If you feel embarrassed to show your teeth when you smile or laugh, cosmetic dental care can help. As one of your most important features, your smile shows your personality. Enhancing your smile often helps improve your confidence, especially in social situations.
Dr. Jordan Morris helps patients enhance their smiles with cosmetic dentistry in Sahuarita, AZ, to feel confident in their oral health. Addressing dental injuries, whitening teeth, and straightening teeth can create a more balanced, healthier smile. We also provide comprehensive dental services to new and existing patients in Sahuarita, Arizona.
What is a Smile Makeover?
A smile makeover uses multiple cosmetic dental treatments to address multiple aesthetic problems. We can utilize two or more treatments to brighten and straighten the smile. If you have several cosmetic issues but don’t want to go to different dental offices for care, contact us; we can help. We will thoroughly examine your smile, taking dental x-rays and impressions as needed to customize your care. In addition, we will plan the order of each treatment for the best results.
Cosmetic Dentistry Services in Sahuarita, AZ
With cosmetic dental treatments, we straighten crooked teeth, cover dental imperfections, and brighten stained teeth. Cosmetic treatments include:
We treat crooked and misaligned teeth with clear Invisalign aligners. Invisalign is a modern alternative to braces that uses clear trays to straighten teeth over time. This orthodontic treatment is often faster than metal braces because it helps patients with mild to moderately crooked teeth achieve a straighter smile.
Veneers are thin, shell-like treatments that fully cover one or more teeth. We often recommend dental veneers for patients who want to change their smiles permanently. Patients must be committed to this option because we prepare teeth for veneer treatment.
Dental bonding utilizes malleable composite materials to cover tooth gaps, chips, cracks, and other areas of injury or discoloration. After we apply tooth-colored materials to the teeth, we harden it with a curing light. Typically, we recommend bonding treatment for smaller inconsistencies in the smile.
There are many common causes of discolored teeth, including foods, drinks, poor oral hygiene, injuries, etc. Professional teeth whitening treatment brightens the smile and removes surface stains. We also recommend this treatment for patients attending special events.
Cosmetic Dental Q&A
Learn more about cosmetic dentistry with answers to these popular questions:
What are the benefits of cosmetic dentistry?
There are many advantages to cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dental care:
- Improves oral health: Patients are more likely to care for their smiles after teeth whitening and Invisalign treatments. Brushing and flossing bright teeth maintains results and is much easier to clean between straighter teeth.
- Enhances the natural smile: Fixing tooth chips, cracks, discoloration, and crooked teeth creates a more balanced smile. Cosmetic treatments also retain a natural look.
- Improves self-confidence: After cosmetic treatment, many patients feel more confident to smile, laugh, and talk without anxiety.
Do I need veneers or bonding treatment?
Dental veneers and tooth bonding treatments are similar because they can address dental injuries or tooth stains. However, we recommend veneers for patients committed to covering their teeth. Bonding is suited for patients with smaller areas of discoloration or damage who do not want to cover their teeth permanently.
How long is Invisalign treatment?
Each patient has different needs, meaning that the length of treatment varies from patient to patient. If you do not wear your aligners for the allotted time (typically 22 hours a day), you will most likely have to wear your aligners for a longer time.
Elevate Your Smile
Revitalize your oral health and your smile’s aesthetics. Contact our office by calling 520.412.9162. You can also request a dental consultation with us online. We proudly provide care for patients in the Tucson and Sahuarita communities. Let us know if you have any questions or concerns about your oral health; we will gladly help you.