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.
At Odenton Station, our crowns are all-ceramic, and they effectively cover areas of dental damage and replenish the structure of your teeth in a way that appears natural and lifelike. All-ceramic crowns are biocompatible as well, enabling your natural gum tissue to grow back alongside the new restoration. In addition, we also offer Zirconia Dental Crowns. Zirconia is the strongest of all-tooth-colored crown materials. It is a good choice when exceptional strength is needed, for areas of the mouth where space is tight, or for bridges in high-stress areas.
Invisalign® Clear Aligners
At Odenton Station, we use clear Invisalign aligners to gently move your teeth into place. Invisalign aligners are smooth, custom-made plastic trays that you wear over your teeth. You can pop them out at mealtime and keep enjoying all your favorite foods. Then, every two weeks or so, you’ll get another set of aligners until your treatment plan is complete. Best of all, no one will know you’re wearing orthodontics until they notice the difference in your smile.
Professional teeth whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can quickly and effectively lighten your teeth by removing stains and discoloration and leave you with a bright, brilliant sheen. For many, a brighter smile means improved self-confidence and greater enthusiasm for living life to its fullest. Patients at Odenton Station have the option of choosing between take-home bleaching kits, which allow individuals to whiten at their own convenience, or in-office whitening, which can yield dramatic results in under one hour.
Sealants last from three to five years, but it is fairly common to see adults with sealants still intact from their childhood. A dental sealant only provides protection when it is fully intact, so if your sealants come off, let your dentist know, and schedule an appointment for your teeth to be re-sealed.