At MCDC our skilled dentists want to give you the smile you have always wanted! Share your smile goals with us and we’ll create a customized cosmetic treatment plan to make your dream smile a reality. Cosmetic dentistry might be the solution you need if you’re self- conscious about your smile due to cracked, chipped, fractured, or broken teeth, one or more missing teeth, very worn teeth, discolored, yellowed, or stained teeth.
Brushing and flossing are everyday ways to keep your teeth bright and healthy. But over time, your teeth can go from white to not-so-bright. Plus, common drinks, like coffee, tea, and wine can stain teeth. At MCDC, we offer teeth whitening services to help patients achieve brighter, whiter smiles.
If you’re thinking about teeth whitening, give your nearest MCDC location a call. We can go over your teeth whitening options and schedule a consultation.
If you have a chipped or cracked tooth, a dental procedure like tooth bonding can help! By applying a tooth-colored composite resin to one or more of your teeth, your MCDC dentist can repair damage. It’s a cost-effective solution to crowns or veneers. Schedule an appointment and our MCDC dental team will help determine if this is the best solution for you.
Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs
Whether you are missing one tooth, several teeth, or all of your teeth, we are here to provide you with the restorative dentistry solution you need. We offer a variety of options to restore significantly decayed or damaged teeth. Restoring the health and function of your smile following tooth damage, tooth decay, or tooth loss is very important to your overall health.
Schedule an appointment with MCDC to learn which restoration may be best for you. We offer:
At MCDC, we believe in providing options that work best for you. One of the options we offer is alternatives to fillings and crowns. In situations when a filling is not enough, and a crown is too much, we can do an inlay or an onlay. An inlay or an onlay is a piece of porcelain made from an impression of your tooth or teeth that gets cemented in place. An inlay is usually used to cover a single tooth that needs a large filling. An onlay can go over multiple teeth but doesn’t cover the entire surface of the teeth like a crown does. To determine if an inlay or onlay is right for you, contact your MCDC dentist.
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