Invisalign & Cosmetic Dentistry at King George Station Dental
You deserve a beautiful, confident smile that you can show off to the world. At King George Station Dental, we’re dedicated to creating the ideal cosmetic solution for every patient interested in achieving a bright and beautiful smile.
Having a smile you’re unhappy with can lower your esteem and cause you to feel self-conscious. Fortunately, there are plenty of solutions designed to fix insecurities and improve self-esteem. Cosmetic dentistry is a collection of services designed to restore the aesthetics and functionality of your smile, so you can flash those pearly whites with confidence. Whether you’re looking to whiten teeth, fix gaps, or restore broken teeth, there’s a cosmetic solution for you!
Our practice offers several cosmetic dentistry services, including teeth whitening, veneers, dental implants, and dentures. These services are specially curated to give you the beautiful, healthy smile of your dreams. By taking into account your wants and needs, we will be able to create a custom restoration plan and give you the perfect smile!
Gone are the days of relying on bulky metal braces as the only way to correct your crooked smile! King George Station Dental is a proud Invisalign provider, offering patients a more comfortable, aesthetically appealing and efficient alternative for a straighter smile.
Veneers are thin, tooth-coloured porcelain restorations designed to cover imperfections in your smile. This is a simple cosmetic treatment that can cover a single tooth or an entire row of teeth.
There are several reasons someone may want to get veneers. If your teeth are discoloured, veneers are an easy way to whiten your smile again. Plus, veneers are generally stain-resistant, so you won’t have to worry about staining them in the future.
Veneers are also viable options for patients looking to restore the appearance of cracked, chipped, or broken teeth. They can also lessen tooth gaps and fix crooked or misshapen teeth to give you a uniform smile.
At your first appointment, some of your tooth enamel will be ground down to make room for the veneers, and an impression of your teeth will be taken. After deciding on the exact colour for your veneer, the impression will be sent to a lab and you’ll go home with a temporary veneer. At your next visit, your dentist will adjust the veneers and then bond them to your teeth.
Missing teeth can impact both your confidence and your health. No matter what has caused the loss of your teeth, dentures can be a viable option for restoring their appearance and performance. Dentures are artificial replacements for your missing teeth, usually made out of porcelain, acrylic, or composite resin.
There are two types of dentures: partial and complete. If you have more than a few teeth missing, but your existing teeth cannot support a bridge, your dentist may recommend partial dentures. Full dentures are used when all your teeth are missing.
The procedure is the same for both types of dentures. During your first appointment, we will take a mould of your teeth and send them to a lab. When we receive the dentures, you will come in for a second appointment and we will adjust the dentures and fit them into your mouth.
Your dentist will teach you how to take care of your dentures. This involves using a special brush and soaking your dentures in a liquid solution overnight. It may take some time to get used to the dentures, but eventually you will be able to speak and eat with them as easily as regular teeth.
Teeth staining or discolouration is normal, but it can have negative impacts on your self-esteem. Teeth whitening is the most commonly sought-after of dental cosmetic treatments. It’s a simple way to increase your confidence so you can show off your smile with pride.
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic treatment where your enamel is bleached to make it several shades lighter. If you receive teeth whitening treatment at the dentist, also known as chairside bleaching, it will only take one session. Your dentist will apply either a protective gel or a rubber shield to your gums, then apply the bleach.
You may also receive an at-home teeth whitening kit. Your dentist will provide guidance on how to use this kit to lighten your teeth at home. This is a longer process than chairside teeth whitening; it can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to get your teeth to their ideal shade.