Laveen Dental has been the go-to dental practice for many years in Arizona, owing to the excellent cosmetic dental procedures we offer. They are comprehensive and minimally invasive, making them absolutely convenient, pain-free, and less time-consuming. We make sure all our patients’ dental concerns are addressed thoroughly and that they leave with a happy and pleasing smile.
Cosmetic Services at Laveen Dental
Teeth Whitening: Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic service that improves the color of the teeth by getting rid of stains and discoloration. We use a whitening gel containing hydrogen peroxide for this purpose. This bleaching agent releases oxygen molecules when applied to the teeth surface, which penetrate the porous surface of the teeth and bleach the staining particles, leaving behind whiter teeth.
Porcelain Veneers: Veneers are restorations that are bonded to the frontal surface of the teeth. They are wafer-thin restorations used to restore teeth that are cracked, chipped, severely discolored, naturally misshapen, or have exposed root surfaces. Their simple nature and ease of fabrication make the process quick and convenient.
Dental Crowns: Dental crowns have been used for many decades now to restore teeth that are damaged, excessively worn out, weak, or too fragile to sustain by themselves. They are fabricated from dental-grade ceramic material, which is highly durable and offers excellent properties. Crowns can be customized to match the exact aesthetics of the natural teeth, and their long lifespan makes them the go-to option for dental restorations.
Dental Implants: Implants are the most sought-after dental restorations to replace missing teeth. They are placed directly in the jawbone in place of the missing tooth, making them the closest alternative for natural teeth. Their strength, stability, and durability are some of the most impressive features, apart from the vast customizability in terms of aesthetics.
Root Canal Therapy: Root Canal cavity houses the dental pulp, which comprises the nerves and blood vessels responsible for nourishment and sensation of the tooth. They may sometimes develop an infection due to the oral bacteria entering the root canal cavity. If left untreated, it can lead to severe pain and the risk of losing the tooth. We perform root canal therapy to treat this infection, during which the infected pulp will be removed from the tooth, and a crown is placed on it to restore its strength.
All these procedures will be carried out through our minimally invasive procedures that allow you to retain a majority of oral tissues without any hassle.
We request you to schedule a consultation with our team of dental experts to get all your oral concerns addressed at the earliest. Please call us at (602) 237-7878 or reach out through online consultation, and we’ll be happy to help.