Cosmetic Dentist

Cosmetic Dentist Serving Lakewood, Denver, Golden & Nearby Colorado

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As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be wondering whether it is safe to visit our office for your regular dental checkup and cleaning. While dental treatments inherently possess certain risks of coronavirus transmission, the CDC has stated that currently, there haven’t been any COVID-19 clusters linked to dental offices. This is largely due to the safety measures dentists have been taking to ensure sanitary conditions.

Dental bonding is a versatile restoration that can address a variety of functional and aesthetic problems with your teeth. If you’re looking to maintain a bright smile, it’s important to understand that the resin material used with dental bonding will stain over time, but it doesn’t respond to whitening treatments. Therefore, whitening your teeth will create a situation where your natural teeth become a different shade than the bonding material.

A smile makeover is a great way to improve the appearance of a wide range of aesthetic concerns so that you can achieve a dazzling, beautiful smile. Dr. Greenhalgh customizes all smile makeovers based on the specific areas of concern you would like to address.

We’ve created the following quiz to help you determine whether you may be a good candidate for a smile makeover. The best way to learn about your options and receive individualized treatment recommendations is to speak with Dr. Greenhalgh in person.

A smile makeover is a great way to achieve the beautiful smile you desire. During your procedure, Dr. Greenhalgh will perform a combination of cosmetic dentistry treatments in order to address any aesthetic smile flaws you would like to correct.

The best way to receive individualized smile makeover recommendations is to speak with Dr. Greenhalgh in person. During your consultation, he’ll evaluate the health and appearance of your smile in order to create a customized treatment plan for your unique needs and goals.

If you’ve had a cavity, you’re in good company. The overwhelming majority of adults will develop cavities at some point in their lives. While tooth decay is common, it is still harmful to your oral health. It’s important to maintain good oral hygiene practices and visit your dentist twice a year for regularly scheduled checkups and cleanings to reduce your risk of developing tooth decay.

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