If general and preventive dentistry is our bread and butter, cosmetic dentistry is our artisan pastry. Cosmetic dentistry combines the clinical skills of making teeth healthy and functional with the artistry of making them look beautiful.
If you’re living with a smile that you’re unsatisfied with, chances are you’re not living up to your full potential. You may be embarrassed to smile as often as you’d like, which can affect your confidence, social life, and the way you interact with the world. Improving the look of your smile with cosmetic dentistry may be just what you need for a positive change!
Has your morning coffee ritual taken a toll on your smile over the years? Whatever the cause may be – coffee, tea, red wine, and tobacco are the worst – teeth staining can make you look older and have a drain on your confidence. Thankfully, a simple teeth whitening treatment from Saxonburg Dental Care can take years off your smile and give you back your youthful glow!
Our premier dental office in Saxonburg is proud to offer the #1 requested professional whitening system – Philips Zoom!®. We offer a full range of options and products to fit your needs and lifestyle including fast and effective in-office treatments, as well as take-home kits if you prefer to whiten from home.
Don’t waste time and money on over-the-counter products that don’t deliver results, get the dramatic results you want with a professional treatment that’s fast, effective, and the best bang for your buck!
A professional teeth whitening at Saxonburg Dental Care can make you:
If you have a problem tooth or a few teeth that are less than perfect, but don’t feel the need or desire for costly restorations or cosmetic treatments, tooth bonding (cosmetic bonding) might be the perfect solution for you! Bonding is a simple procedure where we basically paint a tooth colored resin over the surface of the tooth to improve the appearance of your smile.
Tooth bonding can correct teeth that are:
We know this has been a time of great uncertainty and stress but we hope everyone is staying healthy and adjusting the best way that they know how to. At this moment, we do not have a projected end date to the state’s ban on all elective dental treatment. It is difficult for us not knowing when we will be back and we know it is difficult to our community as well.
We initially had planned on resuming normal appointments on March 31st but this is very unlikely. Fortunately, we are still able to see emergencies but these must be true emergencies.