Making People Smile Each and Every Day
Your smile affects your physical appearance, we all know that. One out of 3 Americans say that the teeth are the first aspect of an individual’s face they notice. That means you need your pearly whites in top shape to make a lasting impression.
When bonded to the teeth, ultra-thin porcelain veneers are very strong and virtually undetectable. Their resemblance to healthy, natural teeth enamel is unsurpassed by other restorative options.
Our doctor will meticulously plan your case to ensure that you are comfortable with your treatment plan. Your veneers will be crafted from the highest quality porcelains and will be bonded with the most advanced materials available to ensure that they last.
You want to make sure you go with an experienced, reliable cosmetic dentist in Ocala like VIPcare Dental. With over three decades of experience in cosmetic dentistry, we provide services ranging from teeth whitening to porcelain veneers. We pride ourselves in making Florida smile.
Why Choose VIPcare Dental?
Whether you need a minor touch-up such as teeth whitening or major repairs such as a crown or veneer, our cosmetic dentistry service will have you covered. You can consult our team to figure out exactly which service would work best for you. So you can reap the benefits of cosmetic dentistry and beautify your smile by:
- Repairing Aesthetic Flaws
- Improving Oral Health
- Building Confidence
How Can VIPcare Dental Help You Achieve the Perfect Smile?
Our team of dental professionals has the experience and expertise in cosmetic dentistry. We assess every patient and guide them in selecting the most effective procedure in helping them achieve that perfect smile.
We offer a wide variety of cosmetic services which include:
Porcelain veneers are thin shells of ceramic that are bonded directly to the front surfaces of the teeth. They have become a popular way to improve smiles because they look natural and are long-lasting.
Placing custom veneers requires a high degree of technical skill as well as attention to cosmetic detail. We plan and design each case individually to match and enhance the characteristics of each patient’s smile.
When bonded to the teeth, ultra-thin porcelain veneers are very strong and virtually undetectable. Their resemblance to healthy, natural teeth is unsurpassed by other restorative options.
Crowns look and function just like natural teeth. A crown may be recommended if your tooth has extensive decay or cracks that a simple restoration would compromise the integrity of the tooth. A crown covers your tooth completely and fits snugly at the gum to protect what remains of the natural tooth.
Crowns restore the appearance of your teeth and help stabilize your facial structure. Being the same size and shape as the natural tooth, they keep your jaw and bite aligned.
This helps ensure that other teeth don’t shift locations or take on a greater share of the work of biting and chewing.
Missing teeth can lower confidence, but they can also contribute to other dental problems. If missing teeth are not replaced, your remaining teeth shift and bone loss may occur. Patients with missing teeth have many options; there’s no reason to live with the gaps.
A fixed bridge (non-removable) can be an ideal option for replacing missing teeth, literally bridging the gap where one or more teeth are missing. Usually made of porcelain (with gold underneath), a fixed bridge is permanently placed between two healthy teeth. Held in place by porcelain crowns, fixed bridges have a beautiful, natural appearance.
How about a safe, simple way to give you dramatically whiter teeth? With age and/or consumption of staining substances such as coffee, tea, soda pop, tobacco, red wine, etc., your teeth may become discolored.
There are many products on the market designed to help restore your teeth to their former whiteness. Professional whitening systems are available only in dental offices, and they undoubtedly provide the most effective and reliable results. We offer a professional home whitening system.
Tooth-Colored Bonding and Fillings
Bonding refers to tooth-colored restorative material that can be used to treat teeth in many different ways. The bonding material is a resin that strongly adheres to the tooth structure and comes in many different shades to match the tooth.
Modern bonding materials are long-lasting and blend in so well that they can hardly be detected. A bonded filling also requires the removal of less tooth structure. Bonding can be used to repair fractured front teeth or in cases where cosmetic improvement is desired.
The surface of a tooth at times suffers damage that is too extensive for a filling but not damaged enough for a crown. In such cases, an inlay or onlay is the best option for treatment.
The treatment is fabricated in a lab and then bonded to the damaged tooth. When the filling is just a small part of the tooth it is fixed with an inlay and when the whole top part of the tooth is filled an onlay is used.
Composite bonding is a treatment that uses composite resin for various purposes. It is most commonly used to fill cavities, repair a fractured or chipped tooth, and mask discolored teeth.
It is important that the bonding is done by a professional and maintained every few years so it remains in place.
Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth. A metal frame is surgically fitted into the jawbone where the implant will be placed. The frame provides support for the implant so it remains in place, especially while speaking or eating. Implants are a more expensive solution, but they are also more secure than other replacement options.
A smile makeover consists of numerous different treatment options that reconstruct your smile. Used for cosmetic purposes, the treatments in a smile makeover include the following:
- Dental veneers
- Dental Implants
- Teeth Whitening
- Composite bonding
A smile makeover is not as extensive as a full mouth reconstruction but does consist of some treatments that are included in the reconstruction process.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
- Dental Crowns