Cosmetic Dentistry

A Changed Smile, A Brilliant Smile

Amazing Possibilities

Lakeridge Dental provides a variety of services to address whatever issues you may have that you feel are diminishing your smile. Cosmetic dentistry ranges from topical treatments to more reconstructive procedures.

These amazing dental treatments can literally provide a complete "smile makeover." We focus not only on aesthetic treatments, but also offer an extensive range of restorative dentistry procedures and services to meet your needs. If you are unhappy with any aspect your smile and would like to take steps to improve it, we can help. Please schedule your appointment today, and together we can develop a plan for your new smile.

 Dental Implants

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root placed into the jaw which then serves as the anchor for a replacement tooth or bridge. Implants commonly help replace a lost a tooth or teeth, and can be exceptionally effective in many cases. Read More

 Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of ceramic which are permanently bonded to onor or more teeth, correcting a variety of issues, from crooked, chipped or discolored teeth.

 Dental Crowns

A porcelain crown is used to restore the look and function of a tooth that has been damaged and cannot be corrected with other methods, such as a filling.

 Dental Bonding

Composite bonding is used to correct a variety of different problems, like chipped, broken, or cracked teeth.

 Composite Fillings

White composite fillings are much safer than outdated metal-based fillings, provide a much more natural appearance, and are much stronger and durable than the older style of fillings.

 Teeth Whitening

A very popular procedure, teeth whitening helps correct various types of tooth discoloration and can brighten the appearance of your smile overall. Read more about our teeth whitening services.

More About Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry actually encompasses a range of solutions and treatments. One of the most common is tooth whitening, which has become very popular. Other treatments include veneers, crowns, implants, tooth contouring, and similar procedures. While there is some natural overlap with restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry also seeks to address a person's smile very holistically, which includes assessments of health and various oral issues that may be present.