Cosmetic dentistry might not affect the overall health of your teeth, but many affordable cosmetic dentistry options can drastically improve the appearance of your smile. Prices do vary for procedures such as veneers, bonding, gap closures, teeth whitening, etc. Orthodontic services( braces and Invisalign) could also assist prior to cosmetic procedures for the best aesthetic and functional results. A portion of orthodontic services may be covered by some insurance plans. Call us now at (562) 988-0148 or fill out the Request for appointment form here to schedule an appointment and Find out how cosmetic dentistry is right for you.
Clear Braces and Retainers (ClearCorrect®)
If you want to avoid the use of uncomfortable metal braces, you can straighten your teeth using ClearCorrect® at Greg Campbell DDS. This clear braces and retainer system uses invisible plastic aligners to straighten your teeth with gentle pressure. As long as you wear your clear aligners 22 hours a day, you will quickly and effectively guide your crooked teeth into alignment and achieve a beautifully straight smile. Our team is here to help you through the entire process.
If you have aesthetic issues like discoloration, chips, or gaps that can’t be repaired through other methods, you may choose to receive dental veneers. Thin porcelain or composite veneers cover each individual tooth you want to improve or enhance. They’re customized to fit carefully over your existing teeth to deliver results look natural and create a more attractive smile.
Teeth whitening is a relatively inexpensive cosmetic procedure that can quickly remove stains and discoloration from your teeth. We offer the best cutting-edge whitening technology to help you remove years of discoloration in just hours or days. Embrace a whiter, more radiant smile with teeth whitening at Greg Campbell DDS today.
Flexible partial dentures cost less than dental bridges, yet they restore the function and appearance of broken or missing teeth. There are many types of partial denture materials to choose from, including porcelain, resin, and acrylic. Removable Partial Dentures are sometimes an option for patients that have difficulty chewing with missing teeth.