Looking attractive is one of the most important things your smile does–cosmetic dentistry enhances your smile. Get the smile of your dreams or restore the smile of your youth–you’re in charge!
The best foundation for a beautiful smile is a healthy smile. That’s why at Irresistible Smiles, we can stress enough just how important preventive and general dentistry is in an oral health routine.
Crooked teeth look unattractive, and they can cause health problems. Orthodontics moves your teeth into a straight position that looks attractive, functions properly, and is easy to care for.
Want to straighten your teeth without the hassle of metal wires? Enjoy almost invisible straightening, plus you won’t have to give up foods or clean around brackets.
Smile Design & Makeover Dentist
Smile design is an art, and if you are looking for a smile makeover, you have to find a dentist who has the eye, the talent, and the training to handle your uniquely complicated case.
Zoom! Teeth Whitening
Do you wish your smile could be brighter? With Zoom! whitening, it can be. Whitening with a dentist works better, and takes less than an hour.
From perfecting one tooth to transforming your smile, veneers can do it all: brighten, straighten, close gaps, reshape, and repair your teeth. Your new beautiful smile is less than a month away!
Dental Bonding & Recontouring
Dental bonding is an economical and fast approach to repairing and reshaping your smile. You can address many small cosmetic problems in just one quick appointment.
A dental bridge is a tooth replacement that is supported by your natural teeth. Usually, the replacement tooth is attached to two dental crowns placed over adjacent teeth.
Without the support of an attractive gum line, your teeth may not shine as they should. A gum lift helps contour your smile so it looks straight and healthy.
Restorative Dentistry Services
Minor chips, cavities, lost teeth, and other types of damage can mar your smile. Restorative dental services can repair this damage to make your smile whole again.
Dental crowns can protect and beautify badly damaged teeth. Teeth that are badly decayed or cracked can be made beautiful and functional with a crown.
Inlays & Onlays
Inlays and onlays are advanced ceramic fillings. These beautiful, durable fillings can strengthen decayed teeth and last for decades.
Composite Tooth Fillings
Cavities are common types of tooth damage, and composite fillings are the most common treatment for them. Placed in a single visit, these fillings look like your natural teeth.
Periodontal Gum Disease Treatment
Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss, but it’s also a threat to your overall health. Gum disease bacteria can increase your risk of heart disease, dementia, even cancer.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal therapy saves an infected tooth, and it can save your life. It stops an infection that can spread to your brain, blood, or lungs. Plus, it actually relieves pain.
Sometimes we need to remove a tooth that can’t be saved. Oral surgery includes extracting damaged tooth and placing dental implants. We can also prepare the implant site with a graft.
Dental implants are beautiful replacement teeth that let you bite and chew normally. They can replace one tooth or an entire smile. And with proper care, they can last a lifetime.
Temporomandibular joint disorders (called TMJ or TMD) cause many symptoms, from clicking jaw to headaches, ear symptoms, and neck pain. Treatment can resolve all symptoms.
You should protect your teeth with a mouthguard whenever you compete–even if your sport is “non-contact.” MonsterGuard is a new mouthguard that helps you reach your potential.
Are you afraid of the dentist? Whether your anxiety just makes dental visits unpleasant or keeps you from making visits at all, sedation dentistry can help you relax at our office.
Sleep Apnea & Snoring
Snoring is more than a nuisance, it’s a sign you’re not breathing properly. It’s also closely linked to obstructive sleep apnea, a breathing disorder that can be deadly.
Some dentists think their job is just your teeth. We recognize that your mouth is part of your body and that the condition of one impacts the other.
A dental emergency can strike at any time, completely unexpected. The sooner we can address your dental emergency, the more likely your tooth will return to full health.