Posts for category: Cosmetic Dentistry

By Page Family Dentistry
December 26, 2019
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

Smile issues? Your cosmetic dentist can perform a variety of dental procedures to enhance your smile—from subtle changes to major repairs. Dentists have a wide array of techniques at their disposal for improving the appearance of your smile. Led by Drs. Marc & Lawrence Page, Page Family Dentistry in Providence, RI offers a full range of dental services to the patients they serve. The following information can help you decide which cosmetic dentistry option is right for you.

Dental Bonding - Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure in which tooth-colored material is applied to your teeth to improve your smile. Among the least expensive and easiest of cosmetic dental procedures, bonding can repair cracked or chipped teeth, change the shape of teeth, fix decayed teeth, make the teeth look longer, and close spaces between teeth. The bonding procedure takes about 45 minutes to complete.

Dental Crowns - Dental crowns can enhance the beauty of your smile. Dental crowns are restorations that completely cover the outside of the teeth. They're routinely used to restore teeth that are damaged, badly decayed, cracked, discolored, worn-down, or weakened. All-ceramic crowns can give you a naturally beautiful smile. All-ceramic crowns provide the best natural color match than other crown types.

Dental Implants - Dental implants are widely considered the best option for replacing lost teeth. An implant is a small metal post that is surgically placed in the jawbone to hold a fabricated tooth. Implants can be used to replace one or many lost teeth. There are many advantages to dental implants including improved appearance, durability, improved self-esteem, easier eating, improved comfort, and improved speech.

Dental Veneers - Porcelain veneers can make your smile more beautiful. Porcelain veneers are ultra-thin, porcelain shells that are cemented over the front of your teeth to improve your look. Porcelain veneers are routinely used to restore teeth that are unevenly spaced, cracked, chipped, stained, oddly shaped, or crooked. The durability of porcelain veneers allows them to resist wear and tear and remain resilient lasting up to 20 years or more.

Teeth Whitening - Smile brighter! Our Providence dentist can give you the brilliant smile you desire. In some cases, professional teeth whitening is performed in the office, using a light source to speed up the bleaching process. Still, another popular procedure is one that you complete from your home.

Experience the confidence a star-worthy smile can give you! Call Page Family Dentistry at (401) 421-9350 to schedule a dental consultation in Providence, RI and get the smile you deserve.

By Page Family Dentistry
August 14, 2019
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: Teeth Whitening  

Have all those years of drinking coffee left your teeth a little yellow? Perhaps you’ve noticed that your smile has begun to dull as you’ve gotten older? Whatever the reason for your discolored smile, our Providence, RI, cosmetic dentists, Drs. Marc & Lawrence Page, can turn your smile around with the help of professional whitening.

Professional in-office teeth whitening can get some smiles up to five shades brighter (or more) in under one hour, making it the fastest and most effective way to remove dental stains and develop a whiter smile. Here are the benefits of receiving professional teeth whitening treatment from our Providence office:

A Healthier-Looking Smile

If you find yourself hiding your smile in photos because coffee, soda, or red wine have given your teeth a yellow sheen over the years, then professional teeth whitening is exactly what you need to brighten your smile quickly. No need to put a special filter on your photos in order to mask your yellowing smile, our dentists can ensure that you get a beautiful, vibrant smile with #nofilter.

A Boost to Your Confidence

Not only will you find yourself smiling more, but you’ll also find that professional teeth whitening treatment can help restore confidence in your appearance. As a result, you may finally get back out into the dating pool or go for that new job promotion or simply feel more comfortable in your own skin. It’s amazing how much confidence you’ll feel with a whiter smile!

You May Become a Social Butterfly

With a renewed sense of confidence, you’ll feel less guarded about your appearance, meaning that you can enjoy talking with friends, colleagues, or that match you found on your dating app without having to worry about your smile. The more confident you feel in your smile, the less self-conscious you’ll be when you socialize!

Interested? Give Us a Call!

Ready to get a whiter smile? If you said “yes” then the next step is to call Page Family Dentistry's Providence, RI, office today by dialing (401) 421-9350. It’s amazing how much more confident you will feel with a whiter smile!

By Page Family Dentistry
June 12, 2019
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: Dental Veneers  

Do you want to feel proud of your smile, but have some obvious defects getting in the way? Here at Page Family Dentistry in Providence, veneersRI, Drs. Marc and Lawrence Page fix a number of aesthetic dental issues through the use of porcelain veneers. Read on to learn more about this popular treatment, and give our Providence office a call if you are interested in scheduling a consultation!

 

FAQs about porcelain veneers

What are they?

Porcelain veneers are thin, translucent wafers that are made of high-grade ceramic. Created to cover the fronts of teeth that have been flawed by stains, surface crazing, chips, and more, veneers are uniquely shaped and colored to beautify, strengthen, and reshape smiles. Your dentist cements them in place with a tooth-colored adhesive and high-intensity curing light.

 

Who can receive porcelain veneers?

Adults and older teens are both eligible for this treatment, which begins with Dr. Page examining your teeth and gums before recommending cosmetic treatments that meet your smile goals. While composite resin bonding and teeth whitening work well for ordinary stains and small flaws, veneers disguise more extensive problems on otherwise healthy teeth. The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry maintains that this pre-treatment conference between dentist and patient is crucial to the success of any aesthetic dental service.

 

Is the process difficult?

No, it is not difficult, but it does take two visits to our office, each lasting one to two hours each. After your initial consultation, Dr. Page takes impressions of your teeth, resurfaces the enamel so that the veneers can fit properly, and places temporary laminates on your teeth to both protect them and normalize your appearance. He then sends instructions to a trusted dental laboratory where the ceramist creates each veneer with just the right shape, size, and color.

During your second visit to Page Family Dentistry, your doctor will remove the temporary veneers and try on the new ones with water or glycerin. This step determines the adhesive color and the proper veneer fit. Finally, he glues them in place and hardens the adhesive.

 

How long do veneers last?

Veneers last ten years or more. Just be gentle with them (don't chew ice or bite open packages with your teeth), brush twice a day, and floss daily to keep veneer margins free of plaque and tartar. Dental laminates are stain-and chip-resistant, but of course, they are not indestructible.

 

How will my mouth feel after veneer placement?

The bite and size of your teeth will feel a bit different at first, but people adjust relatively quickly to their veneers. Also, your gums and teeth may feel slightly sensitive for a while, but this, too, will normalize.

 

Time to explore more about veneers

If you are ready to experience a dramatic cosmetic change in your smile, please contact our Providence office at (401) 421-9350.



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