Cosmetic Dentistry

Our Rochester office provides smiles to Rochester, Webster, Greece, Fairport & Nearby Areas of New York

Which Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments Have the Most Value?

Cosmetic dentistry is considered “elective” in nature, meaning it’s something you don’t have to do for your dental health. At our Rochester dental practice, we know that even though a cosmetic problem may not impact your oral health, treating it is nonetheless important to mental and emotional wellness. Therefore, it could be incredibly valuable and downright non-elective to you!

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Get Ready for Your Wedding with Cosmetic Dentistry

Wedding couple cosmetic dentistry in Greece New YorkYour wedding day will be a cherished memory for the rest of your life, plus the party of a lifetime on the day of! Even after the reception is over and all your loved ones have gone home, you'll soon have photos to remind you of the day forever. With all the significance and permanence involved, it's no wonder brides, grooms and wedding guests want to look their absolute best on the Big Day!

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Teeth Whitening Options

Teeth whitening is a great way to make over your entire smile. With the ZOOM whitening system offered at our practice, your teeth can be whitened up to several shades lighter. The great thing about the laser whitening results is that they are long-lasting, often for a year or longer depending on oral hygiene, and what you eat and drink.

We also take impressions of your teeth if you would like take-home whitening teeth trays. These allow you to touch up your results at home, without sacrificing the customized treatment you get in the office.

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How Long Does it Take to Get Dental Implants?

From start to finish, the timeline for dental implants varies. It depends on several factors, including how many teeth are being replaced and the method used. In certain cases, dental implants can be placed in one day. In other cases, several months are required to allow the dental implant to fuse with the bone beneath the teeth, before a permanent dental crown can be placed. These are two different types of dental implants used in different situations.

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