A beautiful smile can boost your confidence. In fact, a recent Kelton Research study showed that many Americans view people with bright, beautiful smiles as more attractive and successful than people with misaligned or stained teeth. Lake Orion Cosmetic Dentist, , the Lake Orion Family Dentistry team can improve your smile and repair damage to your teeth. Not only will you feel more confident about your smile, but receiving proper dental care helps ensure a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums. Dr. Greenfield explains a few popular cosmetic dental procedures in today’s blog post.
Brighten Your Smile
For a variety of reasons, over time, our smiles can lose their youthful shine. At Lake Orion Family Dentistry, Dr. Greenfield offers the latest in to brighten your smile. Dr. Greenfield will meet with you to discuss your cosmetic and dental health goals, then provide an oral examination to determine which of our cosmetic techniques is best for correcting your smile. Dr. Greenfield can straighten crooked teeth, close unsightly gaps between teeth, erase permanent stains, and repair chipped or cracked teeth.
Our most popular cosmetic dental procedures include:
Dr. Greenfield provides some of the most recent innovations in restorative dentistry. He cares for the safety and comfort of our patients, which is why he offers holistic dentistry and minimally invasive procedures. He can replace missing teeth, repair severe tooth decay, and treat gum disease. Our most popular restorative procedures include:
- CEREC Crowns (tooth-colored porcelain)
- Tooth-colored Fillings (composite resin)
- Dental Bridges (metal-free)
- Implant-Retained Dentures
Schedule an Appointment with Your Lake Orion Dentist
Interested in renewing your smile this year? Make an appointment with cosmetic dentist Dr. Greenfield to see which procedures are right for you. Contact Lake Orion Family Dentistry today at 248-693-6213 to schedule an appointment. We proudly serve families from Clarkston, Auburn Hills, Oxford, and Rochester Hills, as well as many other areas in southeast Michigan.