Restoring your Unique Smile

Restoring your Unique Smile!

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We can help change the look of your smile

Here at Dental Now, we believe it’s important that you use the right kind of treatment plan to keep your teeth in their natural shape. That’s why we provide a variety of treatment options. The options are many ranging from veneers, crowns, implants and bridges! Read more below to find out how we can help! 


What are Veneers?

Dental Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain that are used in order to recreate the natural look of teeth, while also providing strength and resilience that compares to your natural enamel. As a result, in order to help shape your beautiful smile our dentists will directly place veneers overtop of your existing teeth.

How can Veneers help you?

Straighten your smile

Porcelain veneers can help to protect or limit a crooked tooth from getting worse, or help provide balance to make it look less obvious. In conclusion, by applying the veneer overtop of your existing teeth, this allows for a perfect fit with your smile. 

Remove your current stains

 If you excessively eat sugar, smoke various substances such as tobacco or cannabis, you can find that your teeth may not look natural. As a result of our dentists placing veneers, it can eliminate those stains and leave your smile shining. 

Fix your chipped Teeth

Veneers could help fix the chips in your teeth by completely covering them.

Fill the gaps in your Teeth

Dental Veneers can help fill in the gaps in your teeth and help line up your teeth better and look more naturally balanced.
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Determine if Veneers are right for you


What Are Crowns?

A dental crown is a natural looking, durable casing that is perfectly molded around your teeth. Crowns can fit over the top of a damaged or weakened tooth. In today’s day and age, dental crowns are usually made of porcelain or zirconia. In the past dentists have used gold and nickel. As soon as you get a crown, you can help ensure that your tooth stays healthy and is protected from further damage or decay.

Do you need Crowns?

Damage that can arise from cavities, fractures, cracks, and root canal therapy could cause your teeth to become weakened and damaged.

Repairing Damaged Teeth

If your damaged teeth are not sufficiently protected, they may need to be removed!  Therefore, if you have a tooth that is either structurally weak or aesthetically damaged, then a crown may be a  great solution to look at.

Repairing Damaged Teeth

As a result, here at Dental Now our dentists can provide a perfectly fitting crown that will protect your tooth and restore your smile!

Are Crowns the right choice for you?


What are Bridges?

dental bridge is made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of a specific gap. In other words, these teeth anchor a false tooth in the middle. These false teeth are called pontics. Most of the time dental bridges are supported by natural teeth or implants. 

How Do Bridges work?

Once you visit a dentist, they take an impression of your teeth, then a natural looking prosthetic bridge is made by a dental lab. Afterwards our doctors can then permanently cement the bridge onto your prepared teeth. In short, this creates a seamless look that completes and restores your smile to its original state. 

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Are Bridges right for you?


What are Implants?

A dental implant is probably one of the most effective and long-lasting solution for replacing your missing teeth. They are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. Unlike other solutions, implants do not affect any of your other existing teeth, since they are made to fit directly into the space available. 

How Do Implants work?

There are 2 main components that make up an implant. Both of these components work together so that they can form a strong and durable replacement tooth. The first component consists of a small titanium post which is directly implanted into your jawbone. Since this post acts as a substitute for your roots, our dentist then permanently fix a new zirconium tooth to it.