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Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth Whitening in Brampton

Teeth Whitening

Conestoga Dental Centre provides teeth whitening to the residents of Brampton and the surrounding area. It is a simple, safe and effective process that lightens the teeth and gives you a brighter smile. We use the Discus Dental (Philips Oral Healthcare) whitening system. At your first visit, we will take impressions of your teeth so that we can fabricate a customized tray to fit over your teeth. At the second appointment, you will be given a kit with instructions on how to effectively use the system. Within two weeks, there will be a dramatic difference in the colour of your teeth. These products are FDA approved and safe to use under dentist supervision.

Cosmetic Bonding

Composite bonding can improve the appearance of chipped, broken, cracked, or stained teeth and spaces between teeth. A thin layer of
tooth-coloured composite resin is applied to restore chips and cracks, fill in gaps, or cover stains. Bonding material comes in many colours, so it is possible to match the shade of your teeth. The procedure time depends on the amount of teeth that has been worked on and the bonding lasts a long time.

Cosmetic All Porcelain Crowns

Cosmetic Bonding to Cover Stains

Cosmetic Bonding to Close a Space

Porcelain Veneers

Very thin porcelain restorations that are bonded to the front of the
anterior teeth, veneers are a fantastic way to repair or enhance the appearance of front teeth. Used to whiten teeth and close spaces, they are very strong, with life-like appearance. They can make crowded or crooked teeth appear straight.

Veneers have many advantages over traditional porcelain fused-to metal crowns. No tell-tale “dark line” can be seen at the gum line. Veneers transmit light better, creating a more translucent, natural appearance. They require either a minimal reduction of tooth structure or, sometimes, almost none at all.

Learn more about porcelain veneers, please contact us today.

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