Give yourself a reason to Smile More! Your teeth do more than chew food. They also light up your smile, showing your friendly side to others. If you're having a hard time showing off your teeth, seek out our cosmetic dental options for a smile that's healthy—and happy!
West Lafayette Cosmetic Dentist
Most people want to keep their teeth for a lifetime and avoid dentures, but for some they are a necessity. Just because you require dentures doesn’t mean you can’t have an amazing smile. Today’s materials and techniques allow our cosmetic dentures to look just like natural teeth.
Full Mouth Smile Makeover
Dr. Swoverland is one of roughly 600 dentists worldwide that can prepare a full mouth reconstruction in one appointment. Roughly one month later, when your final restorations have returned from the lab, Dr. Swoverland will deliver the porcelain restorations, giving you the perfect smile you have always desired, in just two visits.
For those that want the perfect smile, full mouth reconstruction may be an option. Guided by the Golden Proportions, we are now able to design you a perfectly proportioned smile. You are involved completely in the design process and can even view a 3D model of what your final teeth will look like before we begin your physical reconstruction. These models, or wax-ups, can be modified so that you are perfectly happy with your final results.
Veneers are the ideal way to reshape your teeth to give you a straight and beautiful smile. Veneers quickly straighten your teeth without the hassle of braces.
Tooth Colored Fillings
Tooth-colored fillings, or composite resin fillings, give your newly repaired teeth a natural appearance, as opposed to a typical silver amalgam filling, which can mar your smile with unsightly dark spots, depending on which teeth have been filled.
Apart from the cosmetic benefits of composite resin, there are also health benefits to steering clear of silver fillings. First of all, silver fillings are made with mercury, which can expose you in small amounts should your teeth become damaged or decayed again. Also, being made of metal, silver fillings run the risk of fracturing your teeth by expanding, which can cause decay through leakage into the new opening.