Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Bonding– Bonding is a composite resin filling and can be used on the back teeth as well as the front teeth. Bonding is often prescribed for restoring decayed teeth, changing the color of teeth, or reshaping teeth. It can be used to  close-up minor gaps and correct crooked teeth. Teeth that become chipped or cracked are often repaired with bonding. Dr. Levine will apply a mild conditioning solution to create small crevices in your tooth’s enamel. This provides a lightly rough surface that promotes the resin to bond materials to the teeth. A high-intensity light will be used to cure the resin onto the tooth’s surface; each layer of resin will harden in seconds. The bonded material will be sculpted to fit your tooth and then finely polished.Dr. Levine only uses restorative materials that are all nontoxic, tooth-colored (white fillings), and mercury-free. The result is both strong and beautiful.
  • Veneers– Veneers are a solution for severely discolored teeth, chipped teeth, teeth with pits, or misshaped teeth. Veneers are a very popular procedure that requires little or no anesthesia. Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain which are glued over the front of your teeth.Our  staff  will  take  an impression of your teeth, create your custom veneers from the impression, and  then  glue  them  directly  onto  your individual teeth. They are very strong and durable, stain resistant, and provide a popular solution for many people dreaming of that perfect smile.
  • Whitening– Teeth  become discolored over time due to staining agents such as tea, coffee, and tobacco. A teeth whitening  procedure  is the most commonly prescribed  treatment  to  correct discoloration by removing the staining and improving the brightness of the teeth. There are many options when choosing to whiten  your teeth; chemical teeth whitening, abrasive teeth brightening, and the newest technique, laser teeth whitening.The whitening process can be performed our office or by you in the privacy of your own home, utilizing materials provided by our staff. When you choose the home teeth whitening system, we will create a custom mouth tray. The tray ensures the prescribed amount of gel is used and is evenly distributed on your teeth. Each teeth whitening session will last between two and three hours, and will cover a two- to three -week period.Our office uses an effective light-activated whitening gel. This is the most powerful, longest lasting, and least sensitive method. It is important to remember that teeth whitening  is  not  permanent and may need to be  repeated  every couple of years.



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