Cosmetic dentistry is about improving the aesthetics of your smile. Whatever your reasons for seeking cosmetic dentistry services, our Alpharetta GA dentists are ready to help you choose the best procedures for your desired result. Stone, Stone & Elliott cosmetic dentistry procedures include porcelain crowns, teeth whitening, veneers, closing spaces between teeth, replacing missing teeth with bridges or implants, changing a gummy smile and fixing chipped or broken teeth.
We can use porcelain crowns, a tooth-colored covering used to strengthen compromised tooth structure, to fix problems caused by injury or severe decay. This material gives you the most natural-looking crown available because your dentist matches the translucency and color of your natural teeth. They are also very resistant to abrasion and staining.
Cosmetic dentists at our practice use veneers to fix worn tooth enamel, uneven tooth alignment, spacing, chips or cracks. Veneers are customized, wafer-thin shells of tooth-like ceramic material that bond to the surface of your tooth. Your Alpharetta dentist may recommend you choose veneers to change the color, shape, size and length of your teeth. The effect of veneers is usually a brilliant, white smile with perfectly aligned teeth that look natural and blend with your surrounding natural teeth.
Zoom!® Tooth Whitening
If tooth discoloration is what causes you to hide your smile, our Alpharetta teeth whitening providers have a fast and effective solution for you. Zoom! is a one hour in-office whitening procedure often used in extreme smile makeovers. You can have a whiter, brighter smile and more confidence in about an hour. Talk to one of our Alpharetta teeth whitening experts to see if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
ClearCorrect invisible braces are an alternative to traditional metal braces. With ClearCorrect, you have no wires or brackets. Our dentists can resolve problems such as crowding, spacing, crossbite and overbite by straightening your teeth using a series of clear, custom, removable aligners. Each aligner moves your teeth just a little bit at a time until you eventually get straight teeth.