Cosmetic Dentistry

The most important feature you have is your Smile. Dentistry is continually evolving, and with a variety of advanced treatment options, achieving a beautiful, healthy, aesthetic smile is made easy for patients. 
 

Are you ready for a smile makeover?

If you're considering cosmetic dental treatment, ask yourself a few simple questions:
 

  • Do you hesitate when you smile?

  • Would you like to increase your self-confidence?

  • Do you want to look your best in social or professional situations?

  • Are you ready to reverse any dental imperfections you may have?

  • If you've answered yes to any of these questions, cosmetic dentistry may be the answer you've been looking for!

Cosmetic Dentistry is an Art and a Science

Let our Team help you achieve your Smile Goals! Cosmetic dentistry is different from general dental care; it is both an art and science. By providing cosmetic dental care, your dentist is able to offer you a smile enhancement, restoration, and maintenance treatments for optimal dental health and appearance of your Smile. Using cutting-edge techniques and advanced materials, our Office proudly offers you a beautiful, natural smile and all the benefits that come along with it. 
 

Smile Confidently with a smile that is healthy and beautiful.  You no longer have to suffer from missing, chipped, discoloured, or crooked teeth. Contact our practice today and schedule your smile makeover with our team!
 

Cosmetic Enhancements

Cosmetic surgery is often considered as enhancing the cheeks, eyes, and nose. There are some appearance enhancements that a cosmetic surgeon can't make such as your teeth. 
 

There is a rise in surgery, cosmetic dentistry, and periodontal surgery as more people are looking to improve the appearance of their teeth.Smile enhancement procedures are becoming increasingly common. 
 

Our patients are shown before and after smile-enhancing treatment. The people with improved smiles were rated their new smile more attractive, more popular, confident, successful, and friendly. 
 

Dr Borenstein, Periodontist performs smile procedures at the Office. The following are some of the most common corrections we perform for our patients;
 

Gummy or Crooked Smile

When you smile and you have too much of your gums showing, causing your teeth to look short, we refer to this as a gummy smile. If your gum line has an uneven appearance, causing some of the teeth to look shorter than others, we refer to this as a crooked smile. Both of these examples are easily remedied with a gum lift or crown lengthening procedure. During this procedure, we remove excess gum tissue and reshape the contour of your gums to lengthen the crowns of your teeth and provide a natural-looking gum line to help you smile with confidence. 

Exposed Roots

Gum disease, vigorous brushing, grinding or clenching, or simply age and genetics can lead to gum recession. As gums recede they expose the roots of the tooth, creating the appearance of longer teeth. It also leads to exposed roots and increased vulnerability to root decay, bone loss, and sensitivity to hot and cold liquids and foods. A soft-tissue graft, also known as a gum graft, is the right solution. For this procedure, tissue from the top of your mouth or another source is transplanted to the gum area, covering the roots and restoring the gum line to its original, healthy location. It helps protect your roots from decay and helps prevent additional gum recession. 

Missing Teeth

Missing teeth can create distracting gaps in your smile, and can cause problems with your oral health. To restore your smile to fullness and health, we use implants to replace missing teeth. A replacement tooth known as Implant is attached to a synthetic root that is surgically placed into the jawbone. Permanent implant crowns look and feel like natural teeth. Implants can last a lifetime if cared for properly the same way as your natural teeth. 

Gum Indentations

When a tooth falls out or is removed, an indentation can appear in the gums and jawbone just above the spot where the tooth used to be in place. This occurs because the jawbone slowly atrophies or disappears in response to the empty space that exists. In combination with replacing your missing tooth, we can provide ridge augmentation, a procedure in which we smooth out the indentation in the area to recreate the original curvature of your gums and jaw. It generally includes bone grafting to restore the missing bone, and in some cases must be performed prior to the placement of implants to ensure that sufficient bone is available to securely retain the implant that has been placed.