Dr. Bonilla can use porcelain veneers to quickly enhance the color, size, and shape of your teeth in as little as two appointments.
What Cosmetic Dental procedures are offered?
The following provides a brief explanation of the cosmetic dental procedures offered by Dr. Bonilla:
Composite Dental Fillings: Composite (tooth-colored) fillings can be bonded to the teeth to repair and restore minor cracks, fractures, and areas of decay. In a simple process, Dr. Bonilla will remove the damaged portion of the tooth, clean the remaining structure, and bond the composite resin material to the tooth. He will then shape and polish the composite resin to create the most functional and aesthetically pleasing results possible.
Porcelain Veneers: For patients dealing with several cosmetic dental flaws at once, veneers can provide an ideal solution. These thin, customized layers of beautiful dental porcelain are carefully placed over your existing teeth, effectively erasing misalignments, stained fillings, chips, and general wear. Only a very small amount of tooth enamel has to be removed during the treatment process, making veneers a conservative option. Patients can achieve dramatic improvements in an accelerated timeframe. Our team won’t rest until you’re completely satisfied with your new look.
Teeth Whitening: Teeth whitening is among the simplest tooth-color enhancement solutions available, but the only way to ensure your yellow or discolored teeth are properly and safely whitened is to visit a professional. Tooth discoloration might be caused by genetics, food, or other reasons, and almost everyone would benefit from occasional professional teeth whitening.
Teeth whitening is a safe procedure. In-home whitening products exist and might work in some cases, but only a dental professional’s tools and technology can provide the ultimate results.
Inlays and Onlays: If your teeth are decaying or your fillings are failing, Dr. Bonilla can help. Inlays and onlays are ceramics molded to match the shape of your tooth. If a majority of your tooth is unharmed, Dr. Bonilla can apply an inlay to help protect the healthy portions of your tooth. Onlays, on the other hand, cover the edge of an affected tooth, and they are used when a majority of the tooth is damaged.
When an inlay or onlay is placed, Dr. Bonilla will take an impression of your tooth and use that to create the custom ceramic. If you have an existing filling, Dr. Bonilla will remove the filling prior to taking the impression and placing the inlay or onlay. In order to enhance your current smile, the inlay or onlay will be created to match the color of a natural tooth. After being placed, inlays and onlays are not only aesthetically pleasing, they are strong, durable, and functional.
Teeth-Supported Crowns and Bridges: If your teeth are becoming weak or are slowly deteriorating, contact Bonilla Dental Arts today to learn more about crowns. Dr. Bonilla can help fix your weakened or damaged teeth by placing a crown, an artificial tooth made of porcelain, around a damaged tooth.
Additionally, Dr. Bonilla, a prosthodontic specialist, can use crowns and bridges to treat several oral disorders, including complex malocclusion and severe attrition, which can help improve mouth function, comfort, speech, and overall all oral aesthetics.