You know that you want a smile that looks a million times better. You also know that the pathway to arrive at this final destination is to rely on cosmetic care. However, if you haven’t looked over the options in a while, you may feel a bit uncertain about how we can help. Today, we would be most happy to remind you of all that we offer in the way of esthetic improvement solutions, so you can start narrowing down your personal goals.
One of the most requested types of cosmetic care is teeth whitening. Even when you’re very detailed and dedicated with your oral health care, you may still find that discoloration occurs over time. That’s where this treatment comes in! In one fell swoop, you may enjoy a surprising shade lift from a yellowed or darkened smile to one that is vibrant and white once more.
Invisalign Or Fastbraces
If what you need in the way of esthetic improvement is a straighter smile, then you will be pleased to learn we offer cosmetic care solutions in the form of two orthodontic treatments that are not traditional braces. You may select Invisalign treatment, which can improve multiple misalignment concerns, while you wear clear aligner trays. Or, you may be better suited to Fastbraces, an expedited system of brackets-and-wires with triangular brackets that can drastically reduce your treatment time.
Looking for that cosmetic treatment that can do it all? Learn more about veneers. We make completely customized, very thin porcelain shells that are placed over your tissue (just the visible part). Each shell (placed on each tooth) creates the illusion of the way you want each tooth to look. As a whole, the placement of veneers offers a smile makeover. Improve color, texture, size, shape, and more.
Make Your Smile More Beautiful With Our Cosmetic Care
Come in to find out what you need and how we can best help you enjoy the much more beautiful smile you’re dreaming of having. To learn more, schedule an appointment or initial consultation by calling Advanced Dental Concepts in Auburn Hills, MI today at (248) 852-1820.