Is there anything that has long bothered you about your smile? Having teeth you can be proud of can change the way you carry yourself and interact with others. Schedule a cosmetic consultation at Grand Dental – Lake Zurich today to learn more about how you can create your dream smile with cosmetic dentistry from our Lake Zurich, IL cosmetic dentist.
Veneers offer a quick solution for multiple dental flaws. They’re made out of durable, stain-resistant porcelain that very closely resemble tooth enamel. Anyone who sees your teeth will only see a dazzling, natural looking smile. Veneers are customized to fit perfectly on your teeth and blend in with the rest of the grin.
Dental restorations used to generally be made out of gold, silver, and other metals. Today, custom color-matched dental porcelain and ceramic are preferred, thanks to their ability to blend in with the smile without sacrificing durability in the long term or risking side effects like metal allergies or dental sensitivity.
During cosmetic bonding, we carefully and artfully apply composite resin over the various cracks, gaps, and stains that have appeared on your smile over the years. This short, easy procedure serves as a quick fix for minor cosmetic flaws – no need to wait to hear back from a separate dental lab.
A bright white smile is one that looks younger and makes the best impression possible when meeting someone new. Ask about our Opalescence take-home whitening kits; along with custom-made trays made for your unique smile, they come with professional whitening gel that can improve your smile by several shades after just two weeks.
Excessive gum tissue can make the rest of your smile look uneven or smaller than normal. During the gum recontouring process, we use a laser to gently cut away the tissue you don’t need, thus sculpting your ideal smile. Thanks to the comfort and convenience of the dental laser, you’ll be able to fully enjoy your new smile all the sooner.
Crown lengthening is comparable to gum recontouring in that unneeded gum tissue is removed to expose more enamel. However, the purpose of crown lengthening is to prepare for restorations such as veneers, crowns, and bridges.