6388 N. Eldridge Parkway Suite 500 Houston, TX 77041

Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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A comprehensive examination screens for gum (periodontal) disease, oral cancer, tooth decay, TMJ problems, and any other issues affecting the teeth.

Digital x-rays are a diagnostic tool that shows the internal portions of teeth and bone in greater detail to diagnose and treat certain dental issues.

We use instruments specially designed to eliminate tartar, plaque, and surface stains from your teeth so you can have a brighter, healthier smile.

3D oral imaging is a tool that gives our team a 360-degree detailed view of your face, skull, teeth, bone, and other structures to diagnose issues.

Thin dental sealants placed on premolar and molar teeth can prevent harmful bacteria, food particles, and plaque from collecting and forming cavities.

In-office fluoride treatments have been known to strengthen teeth and bones while protecting against the development of tooth decay and other issues.

While our team does everything we can to save your natural teeth, sometimes the best way to preserve your oral health is through a tooth extraction.

If you have suffered from oral or facial trauma, our team provides emergency dental care to restore the health, comfort, and appearance to your smile.

Teeth grinding and clenching can impact your teeth, gums, and TMJ (temporomandibular joints). We can address bruxism with the use of a night guard.

If you play sports like basketball or football, you can decrease the risk of injury or trauma to your teeth, gums, and jaw with custom mouth guards.

A full-mouth reconstruction is a complete treatment plan that addresses the health, function, and look of your smile with one or more procedures.

Tooth-colored or composite fillings are made of durable material and are commonly used to repair minor issues such as chipped or fractured teeth.

Made from a variety of materials, crowns (also called caps) are full-coverage restorations that protect the individual teeth from the gumline up.

Tooth loss creates gaps in the smile and may cause other teeth to shift out of place. Dental bridges restore function and replace the missing teeth.

Dental implants are a method of tooth replacement that most closely mirrors natural teeth in function and appearance to support a bridge or crown.

All-on-4 dental implants are a convenient, innovative option for full-arch tooth replacement through the specific positioning of four dental implants.

A partial or full removable denture helps patients overcome tooth loss with natural-looking, customized solutions so you can smile more confidently.

A smile makeover plan is one procedure or a series of treatments that are customized to meet your specific oral health goals and desired results.

Porcelain veneers are ideal for correcting a wide range of smile concerns, including teeth that are discolored, stained, chipped, gapped, or uneven.

Lumineers are a cosmetic restoration that transforms the teeth by masking small flaws with little to no prep to create a balanced, brilliant smile.

An inlay or onlay can strengthen a tooth that has more damage than a filling can repair yet not enough loss of structure to need a full dental crown.

When certain food and beverages stain or discolor teeth over time, in-office laser teeth whitening can help you enjoy a brighter, happier smile.

Professional strength take-home whitening gels are a safe and effective way to gradually whiten your smile at home with custom teeth whitening trays.

To fix discoloration, chips, and small gaps, dental bonding and contouring improves the size and shape of the tooth without an extensive procedure.

Now lighter and more comfortable than ever, traditional metal braces have come a long way and are a great solution for patients of all ages.

Made of clear, thin material, Invisalign® and Invisalign Teen® adjust tooth alignment discreetly and efficiently until you get the smile you want.

Affecting the gum and bone tissues, periodontal disease is caused by bacteria and leads to symptoms like gum inflammation, bleeding, and loose teeth.

Periodontal (gum) disease may be resolved with a number of procedures, including scaling and root planing, surgical, or nonsurgical treatments.

Scaling and root planing (SRP) is a nonsurgical procedure that treats periodontal (gum) disease that has progressed beyond the point of gingivitis.

Gum recession occurs when the gums pull away from the teeth, revealing the tooth root surfaces. Gum grafting can repair the gums to a healthier level.

Also known as crown lengthening, gum contouring is a procedure that lifts the gum tissues to create a more attractive smile and improved oral health.

If bacteria has spread into the inner part, or pulp, of a tooth, infection results and a root canal is needed to save the tooth from extraction.

Endodontic retreatment cleans out the infection, smoothes the canals, then strengthens the tooth from within by placing a special filler material.

Nitrous oxide is a mild sedative that allows patients to enjoy calm, relaxing dental visits, whether they need routine care or extensive treatment.

Oral-conscious sedation is a prescription medication that helps patients feel comfortable and relaxed when receiving treatment for their smiles.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.