Veneers are paper-thin porcelain coverings permanently bonded to your teeth to help correct colouring and shape for a better smile. To make sure you feel the most confident and comfortable, we use porcelain as the chosen gold-standard for cosmetic fixes, because of how well the material blends into the natural colour and feel of your teeth. Common Problems Fixed by Veneers: Covering worn or chipped teeth, Colour correcting stained teeth that cannot be whitened, Closing the gap on uneven spaces between teeth, Reshaping crooked or misshaped teeth. Using Digital Smile Design we deliver a predictable treatment every time. We use an extensive library of natural looking teeth with small (but near perfect) imperfections.
There is a lot of confusion as to what is right or wrong when it comes to teeth whitening for patients like yourself. Our team has done extensive research to find the solutions and products that work. That is why we only use the best products available on the market. Furthermore, we have figured out sensitivity, frequency, what to do, and what not to do after treatment so you do not have to. Finally, we have discovered many tips that we will share with you that will take all of the guesswork out of the treatment and that you will not get anywhere else. With us, there are no gimmicks – just what works.
Invisalign is your orthodontic solution to a comfortable, convenient, and invisible treatment for you to reach your goal of a straighter smile. While conventional dental treatments like braces help position your teeth, they take a long time, require a lot of upkeep, and are very noticeable. Invisalign is a completely discrete solution allowing you to straighten your teeth and improve your smile without the metal of traditional braces. The clear aligners fit perfectly on your teeth so you can smile with confidence, while still improving the form and shape of your teeth. Invisalign involves less pain and more convenience for the patient. Metal braces require constant check-ups without knowing the end-result. Invisalign gives you the results upfront. Working with the Sbenati Dental team, you will be able to customize your Invisalign journey during consultation, so you can be confident that Invisalign is right for you.
We provide solutions you need to replace your (or a loved ones) missing teeth. With a beautiful set of artificial teeth that is carefully crafted to resemble real teeth, you will be able to eat, speak, and smile better. As dental professionals, we can guide you through the process of getting dentures in a way that is easy to follow, focused and takes into account your holistic oral health. Wearing dentures solves several problems both aesthetic and structural. For example, dentures give you the appearance of having a full, beautiful smile. More importantly, they make it possible to eat many of the foods that you enjoy and get the proper nutrition your body needs to stay healthy. More than that, dentures help support the structure of your mouth, cheeks, and lips. Lastly, some people suffer serious pain due to damaged teeth or roots. Dentures are a viable option to eliminate the pain and get a beautiful smile to boot.
Bruxism is a medical condition where you grind/clench your teeth without knowing. Bruxism is a common condition. It affects almost 10 percent of adults. It may be caused by stress and anxiety. It could also be hereditary. Most people grind their teeth in their sleep only to wake up to a dull, constant headache or a sore jaw.If you grind your teeth in your sleep regularly, the protective outer layer of the teeth will wear down faster, resulting in big trouble. You may even need implants, dentures, or a root canal to fix the damage. Bruxism nightguards may help with this condition. These are convenient devices that you wear inside your mouth at night to protect against bruxism. They are usually made from special thermoplastics – according to the mold of your teeth – as taken by your dentist. You can also buy ready-made bruxism nightguards from selected manufacturers, but they may not fit properly. So, always talk to your dentist if you want an effective mouthguard.