We offers a range of cosmetic dentistry procedures to help our patients enhance their overall appearance and improve both their social and professional lives. A healthy, attractive smile allows you to be more expressive and confident. Cosmetic dentistry treatments such as tooth whitening and porcelain veneers can produce dramatic, immediate results. During your first visit to our office, Dr. Vo, cosmetic dentist, will examine your teeth and recommend procedures based on your facial features, gender, and personal goals. In addition, we have an orthodontic specialist on our team to provide you with the complete dental care you deserve. We pride ourselves in the courteous services we deliver to each person who walks through our doors. Bellow are the cosmetic dentistry options available at our Lawrenceville office:
Orthodontic & Invisalign
Denture & Partial
1. Combined Dental Implant & Ceramic Crowns: dental implant to replace missing tooth and full ceramic crowns to replace old defective crowns with open margins. Patient is very happy with her new beautiful and healthier smile.
Shown below are cosmetic cases completed at the Vo Dentistry. Please contact our office today to take the first step towards correcting your teeth and achieving the smile you've always dreamed of !
2. Tooth Colored Fillings: cosmetic restorations using tooth colored materials to replace old, broken amalgam fillings.
3. Peg Lateral Incisors (Bolton's Discrepancy): at times, for several reasons, the maxillary lateral incisors do not form properly. Maxillary lateral incisors are the smaller teeth on either side of the top two front teeth. This malformation of the tooth is genetically determined. The malformation can take on several different appearances, and both teeth or only one of the teeth may be affected. The teeth can be shorter in height or lesser in width or a combination of the two. This type of deviation from the normal shape of the tooth is called a peg lateral incisor. The solution to this cosmetic problem can be simple or complicated, depending on what shape the tooth has when it is diagnosed and treatment is begun. If the peg tooth (or teeth) is just slightly more narrow than normal and there is a space available on either side or both sides of it, the tooth can be bonded with a directly placed composite restoration as shown below by Dr Lia Vo