5-Star Rated Franktown Area Cosmetic Dentist
Affordable cosmetic dentistry options for the entire family.
Cosmetic dentists are capable of performing a variety of different services that all help to improve your smile. In addition to providing traditional metal tooth restorations, your cosmetic dentist can give you composite, or white colored, fillings. These fillings are less noticeable than other types, and you may prefer this option if you need dental work on your front teeth.
Dental bonding is a service that is similar to having a tooth filled. However, the cosmetic dentist places the bonding material over the entire front of the tooth to cover up stains that do not come up with traditional teeth whitening. In some instances, dental bonding can also be used to repair a chip on your tooth in a way that is virtually undetectable.
Professional Teeth Whitening For People in Franktown Area
We offer many different tooth whitening options.
Did you know that you can whiten your teeth back to their original color? You can even go lighter if you’d like. You may have tried over-the-counter whitening products at home with little results, and wondered if you’d have a better experience at the dentist? We’re here to tell you, yes, you will. We offer three ways to get whiter teeth and explain each below, but first, let’s talk about what stains your teeth.
Implant Dentistry in Franktown, CO
Endodontic care for people of all ages with missing teeth.
Guided implant surgery is a procedure in which precision surgical instrumentation is used in conjunction with three-dimensional CT images. Dedicated computer software which allows visualization and manipulation of the images of the patient’s jaw bone and surrounding tissue makes possible the most accurate approach to implant surgery. The images obtained by computerized tomography permit the implant surgeon to determine the height and width of available bone, soft-tissue thicknesses, the proximity and root anatomy of adjacent teeth, and other vital structures in 3-D. This enables the clinician to choose the correct implant size and position it appropriately in the arch. Image-guided surgery was originally developed for neurosurgery and is now applied in many medical-dental treatments.