Align your teeth
Fill in unattractive spaces between teeth
Improve or correct bites
Lighten or brighten the colour of teeth
Repair decayed, broken, cracked, or chipped teeth
Replace missing teeth
Replace missing teeth
Everybody wishes for a beautiful smile. If you have chipped, cracked, broken, or misshapen teeth, do not worry. Harborn Dental offers you highly-trained and experienced dentists who can fix your smile. We also have treatments to remove stains from your teeth, leaving you with a whiter and brighter smile. We offer you porcelain dental veneers, one of the most natural-looking options available to improve your smile.
Veneers are delicate porcelain shells that are placed over your natural teeth. They help in providing you with a confident smile as they are very resilient and stain-resistant. We design custom veneers for our patients that are individually handcrafted to give you a unique smile. Veneers can change your whole smile, including the shape, colour, and alignment of your teeth. They are designed to cover stains, close gaps, and straighten teeth.
Expect to have a beautiful smile with porcelain veneers in a couple of visits to Harborn Dental. Call us today to book an appointment.
Harborn Dental offers you the opportunity to get a pearly-white smile! A beautiful smile can instantly boost your confidence and can greatly improve self-esteem. The Zoom!® Chairside Whitening System is fast, safe, and effective. It combines the latest advancements in dental technology with proven chemical formulas to give you a smile that’s mesmerizing. With Zoom!®Whitening, we ensure that the bleaching experience is painless and the results are satisfying.
Read more about our teeth whitening services here.
Composite Fillings (Bounding)
If you have a decaying tooth, that may have cracks or fractures, or is chipped, a composite (tooth coloured) filling may be the best solution for you. We remove the decayed or affected portion of the tooth during this process and replace it with a composite filling.
Several types of materials are used as fillers in the composite filling process. Each material has its advantages and disadvantages. Your dentist will discuss the various options with you and choose a material right for you after thoroughly analyzing your teeth. Silver amalgam is the most widely used material, along with the composite filling. Composite fillings come in a variety of shades and can be closely matched to the colour of your natural teeth. For this reason, they are used in the visible areas of the mouth, like the front teeth.
Composite fillings are durable and last for many years, but they might wear off after a certain period. You can get them replaced when needed.
How Are Composite Fillings Placed?
Composite fillings are usually placed in one appointment. While the tooth is numb, our dentist will remove decay as needed. The space will then be thoroughly cleaned and carefully prepared before the new filling is placed. If the decay was near the nerve of the tooth, a special medication will be applied for added protection. The composite filling will then be precisely placed, shaped, and polished, restoring your tooth to its original shape and function.
It is normal to experience sensitivity to hot and cold food or beverages when composite fillings are first placed. However, this will subside shortly after your tooth acclimates to the new filling.
You will be given care instructions at the conclusion of your treatment. Good oral hygiene practices, eating habits, and regular dental visits will aid in the longevity of your new fillings.
Gum recession means exposure of tooth roots. Gum graft surgery is done to repair the recession of your gums. It also helps in preventing additional gum and bone loss.
Your dentist will use gum grafts to cover tooth roots or develop gum tissue wherever required. The dentist will take gum tissue from your palate or another source to protect the exposed tooth root during gum graft surgery. This surgery can be performed for one tooth or several teeth to even out your gum line and reduce sensitivity.
Further recession and bone loss can also be prevented with the help of a gum graft. In some cases, gum grafts are used to cover exposed roots and protect them from decay. This helps in reducing sensitivity and improves the esthetic of your smile. So, with the help of a gum graft, you often receive the benefits of both: a beautiful new smile and improved gingival health. Good gum health is your key to smiling, eating, and speaking with comfort and confidence.
Our dentists will ensure that they give you the best treatment available. Call us to make an appointment.