Cosmetic Dentistry: A Midsummer’s Treat For You

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Hello and welcome to another edition of the Butte Family Dental blog!

As it happens, we are the only multi-doctor dental practice in the Butte, Montana area. With Dr. William Brennick, Dr.Tara Gilbreath, and Dr. Kyle McIntyre, we have an outstanding and enthusiastic team dedicated to keeping your mouth healthy and your smile looking great.

Around here, one of our specialties is cosmetic dentistry. Years ago, this is something that was regarded as being for Hollywood types only. But these days, it has become accessible to everyone. In fact, a cosmetic smile makeover would make a nice midsummer’s treat for yourself.

If you are annoyed or upset by the current condition of your teeth or gums, the first step for you will be to schedule a consultation in our office. We are confident that we can transform your smile in a hurry. But we will first need to assess what is going on, and come up with the best treatment, or combination of treatments, to get the job done.

We can’t wait to see you. In the meantime, here are a few great options to be thinking about:

Professional Teeth Whitening

There are so many things that can leave your teeth discolored. As such, our last blog post was devoted to this popular service. At Butte Family Dental, we offer in-office as well as at-home teeth whitening options!

We use OpalEscence professional whitening kits that you can take home and complete on your own schedule. For this option, we will set you up for success by giving you just the right concentration of gel to meet your needs. We will also send along a custom-fitted whitening tray to ensure that the process is safe and effective.

Our other option is great too. For our in-office teeth-whitening procedure, we utilize Philips Zoom! WhiteSpeed, which relies on a special light to activate an intense bleaching gel that can improve the brightness of your teeth by up to eight shades. This on-site process is usually completed in roughly an hour and the results are amazing.

Dental Veneers

Our veneers are thin porcelain coverings that can quickly cover over years of dental damage. That means that stains, cracks, chips, etc. won’t ruin your smile any longer!

How do they function? They get attached directly to the front of your existing teeth after a some enamel is removed to allow for a good fit. It is not painful or invasive but the removal of enamel can not be undone. So, you will want to be sure this is the right solution for you.

Dental Implants

Losing teeth as an adult will be traumatic and embarrassing. It will destroy your good looks and will also be bad for your health. That’s why we want to help.

With our dental implant procedure, we place the replacement tooth roots into the jaw and restore them with crowns that look and feel natural.

Our implants are a strong, permanent solution for restoring the original look and function of your mouth. When we are through with you, you will look better and live longer!

Take The Next Step Towards A Better Smile

These are just a few of the things we can do to improve your smile. We also handle dental crowns, tooth recontouring, gum reshaping, and many more cosmetic dentistry services.

Contact the team at Butte Family Dental to get started today!

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