Having good oral health is our top priority at Anthem Dentistry, but we also want to help our patients achieve a smile they feel comfortable showing to others. Whether you have tooth stains that simply won’t go away with regular brushing, chips or cracks that are purely cosmetic in nature, or you need a complete smile makeover to address multiple issues simultaneously, our dentists are here to help! Give us a call and we’ll set up your next appointment for cosmetic dentistry in Anthem, AZ!
Made from natural-looking, high-quality porcelain, veneers are designed to cover multiple imperfections in teeth at a time. Each veneer is personalized to your exact needs; color, shape and size are all accounted for to make your smile look radiant from top to bottom. In order to make the veneers sit flush, a small amount of enamel is removed, ensuring that they do not look oversized once placed onto your tooth. With proper care, they should last 10 years or longer.
Having a strong and long-lasting dental restoration is important, but so is making sure it doesn’t become noticeable in your smile. Ironically, dental restorations are the one type of artistry that you don’t want to be recognizable, which is why we utilize zirconia and Emax materials to create fillings, crowns and other restorations. Once we’ve custom-shaded your metal-free restorations to your liking, we’ll make sure they are placed for optimal comfort and longevity.
With the help of the Venus teeth whitening system, your smile can become multiple shades whiter either in our dental office or within the comfort of your own home! You’ll have three levels of whitening to choose from so you can make sure that your whitening treatment is personalized to your specific needs. Whether you’re completing a brief whitening treatment in-house or whitening over the course of multiple weeks on the go, there’s a treatment out there for you.
Having what some patients refer to as a “gummy smile” is not necessarily bad for your oral health, but it can become intrusive in certain situations. If you have excessive gum tissue covering your smile or you need to have a restoration placed but cannot due to this gum tissue, our dental office can use a soft tissue laser to remove this tissue gently, yet precisely. The process usually takes just one appointment and requires little to no local anesthetic.