Restorative Dentistry Sunrise

Cosmetic Dentistry Sunrise

This field of dentistry refers to the dental procedure that improves the appearance of the teeth or smile.  Cosmetic Dentistry, though mainly focusing on the aesthetics of the teeth, also serves to improve the functionality of the teeth and overall oral health.

Cosmetic Dentistry is usually undertaken if one has missing or crooked teeth, or is unhappy about cracks, gaps, chips, or stains.

Cosmetic dental treatment includes changes to:

  • Tooth colour
  • Teeth positioning
  • Jaw alignment
  • Gum line
  • Shape and size of the teeth
  • Overall smile


Cosmetic Dentistry Sunrise gives a boost of confidence to the patients, giving them the perfect smile, they desire.

Cosmetic dental work includes –

Teeth Whitening

Over time, the teeth tend to darken and get stained due to habits like, smoking, drinking tea / coffee, wine, etc. Teeth Whitening refers to the process of bleaching the teeth to whiten one’s smile. A professional Tooth Whitening Treatment can remove stains quickly and safely, without causing damage to the tooth.


Veneers are a thin, customized porcelain, tooth-coloured moulding applied to the front-surface of the teeth. They are a quick and effective solution to misaligned, stained, misshapen or chipped teeth and serve as a cover-up for gaps in cases where orthodontics aren’t suitable.

Veneers can be used to change the size and shape of teeth, cover surface flaws, close gaps between teeth, and change tooth color. Veneers are closest looking to natural teeth.

Composite Veneers are another alternative to Porcelain Veneers.

Composite Bonding

Dental Bonding or Composite Bonding is a solution to fix minor damages or gaps to the teeth. Composite Bonding is done for filling chips, fractures, or gaps and even for correcting discoloration. In this process, a composite resin, with a colour matching the teeth is attached and shaped to restore the tooth’s original appearance.

Some benefits of Composite Bonding are –

  • It is a cheaper option compared to other restorations such as Veneers and Crowns.
  • Is usually completed during one visit to the office.
  • No anesthesia is required.
  • Same day results are achieved.
  • Zero to minimal tooth removal is required.

Composite Resins

Composite resins, also known as tooth-colored fillings provide durability and resistance to the teeth in cases of fractures of small- to mid-size fillings. These help the teeth to withstand moderate pressure from chewing and are used on either the front or back teeth. They are a suitable choice for those who prefer a natural looking filling.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants are titanium metal posts that are placed surgically in the jawbone to act as a natural tooth root. These implants are used to support dental crowns, bridges, or denturesand even full-arch appliances to replace or improve the aesthetic and functional role of missing teeth.

They are a preferred tooth replacement due to their many benefits and can be used to replace any number of teeth.Since they can fuse with the jaw, Dental Implants offer better biting power, comfort, stability, and long-term replacement to preserve jawbone health.