Cosmetic Dentistry

At Kusek Family & Implant Dentistry we are always striving to give you, the patient, the very best in esthetic and cosmetic dentistry. While there are numerous ways we can deliver the smile you desire, often times it can be just modifying your existing smile just slightly that can make a world of difference. Below are some of less invasive and more common ways in which we can alter things

 
 
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Porcelain veneers

Dental veneers are thin custom made shells that cover the front surface of your tooth to improve their appearance. They are made of tooth colored materials and can be used to improve the color of teeth that have been worn down or stained. Alternatively, they can be used to improve the shape or size of the tooth. 

 
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Clear orthodontic aligners

Clear Aligners offers our patients the ability to straighten their teeth without having to worry about metal brackets or wires! A series of custom fit clear retainers are delivered to the patient in the office. The clear retainers can then be worn by the patient during the day to straighten their teeth without visibly altering their appearance.

 
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teeth whitening

Unfortunately some of our favorite things to drink and eat can also darken or discolor our teeth. Thankfully teeth whitening can reverse this process! We use the most effective bleaching techniques to get your pearly whites shining again. Whether it's done via in-office laser bleaching or take-home whitening trays we will help you get the whitish shade possible for your teeth. 

 
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Gingiva Recontouring

Excessive or insufficient gum tissue can play a very large role in the esthetics of smiles and also the health of our teeth. Gums can be though of as the background in a scenic picture. Even though the individual components (teeth) may be perfect if the gum tissue does not contour around them properly the end result may not be as pleasing to the eye, as the picture illustrates. Often these have to be corrected surgically to achieve the desired results.