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Skilled Cosmetic Dentist in Lauderhill, FL

If you’re unhappy with any aspect of your smile, the Den-Care team can help. Dr. Mark Wilde and Dr. Leslie Haller have years of training and experience allowing them to offer a wide variety of cosmetic dentistry services that quickly, painlessly transform smiles. Whether you’re interested in a brighter smile, straighter teeth, or you don’t know where to begin, a cosmetic dentistry consultation at our Lauderhill dental office can help you design a personalized cosmetic smile transformation plan. Contact our team to find out more or schedule your consultation today.

Porcelain Veneers

Patients who have a number of chips, cracks, stains, or gaps between teeth visible when they smile may consider porcelain veneers. These thin sheaths of dental grade porcelain fit over the fronts of teeth concealing any number of cosmetic flaws. The process is simple. Patients should plan on visiting our office two times to complete the treatment process. During the first visit, a small amount of surface enamel is removed from teeth to allow the veneer to lie flat within the natural smile line. Then, impressions are captured that will be used by a trusted dental lab to craft custom veneers. In the meantime, a temporary veneer is placed to protect teeth. Once the final veneer is returned to our office, patients return to exchange their temporary for the custom veneer.

Metal-Free Restorations

All-ceramic, metal-free dental crowns, bridges, and other restorations blur the line between cosmetic and restorative dentistry services. While these treatments repair the form and function of damaged smiles, they also renew the appearance. Metal-free restorations are crafted from a single block of tooth-colored ceramic that is precisely crafted to repair teeth. Unlike other similar restorative materials such as porcelain bonded to metal that appear dark or discolored over time, all-ceramic crowns, bridges, and other restorations retain their natural looking color even after years of daily wear. Patients who experience sensitivity or allergies to metal also benefit from restoration using all-ceramic materials. Metal free restorations allow our team to effectively repair smiles with a durable, long lasting solution that looks as good as it feels.

Direct Bonding

In addition to being used to repair mild tooth decay and damage, tooth-colored composite resin can be used to conceal and correct purely cosmetic flaws including gaps in teeth, irregularly shaped dental structures, and stains that cannot be removed with teeth whitening. Composite resin is applied directly to the tooth in a putty-like state. It can be shaped to repair the damaged or flawed tooth. Then, a curing light is used to harden the resin into position. Once the resin is bonded to the tooth and hardened in place, the dentist carefully makes additional changes in shape and seals the direct bonding into position so it blends seamlessly into patients’ smiles. Direct bonding can be used to correct many of the same concerns that are treated with porcelain veneers, but bonding can be completed in a single visit.

Teeth Whitening

A trip to your local pharmacy will make it clear that teeth whitening is a highly sought after cosmetic dentistry solution. There are countless whitening products available in local stores, but these over the counter options are unable to deliver the results they promise. Our team offers both in-office and take-home teeth whitening solutions that brighten smiles up to ten shades. We use Boost! in-office whitening and Opalescence take-home whitening kits. Boost! allows patients to brighten their smiles in just one visit while the take-home whitening products brighten smiles gradually over the course of about two weeks of daily application. Our skilled dentists can help you choose the right solution for your unique teeth whitening goals.

Crown Lengthening

This procedure is typically performed using a soft tissue laser. A small amount of gum tissue is removed to expose dental structure below the gum line. This is sometimes necessary prior to the placement of a dental crown or fixed bridge because the dental structure visible above the gum line is inadequate to support the restoration. We are not typically able to remove gum tissue around just one tooth as this would make the rest of the gum line appear uneven. Thus, we carefully reshape surrounding gum tissue so the smile looks flawless.