If you would like to enhance the appearance of your smile, Dr. Thomas M. Kiefer may recommend one of the many cosmetic services we offer. Cosmetic dentistry is a term that is used to classify many dental services that are used to enhance the appearance of your smile. Some of the cosmetic services we offer include:
We work hard to give you the most enjoyable care possible and recommend that you schedule a consultation with our dentist if you are unhappy with any aspect of your smile.
What can cosmetic dentistry improve?
Our friendly dentist may recommend a cosmetic service for you if you would like to improve any of the following imperfections in your smile:
- Chipped teeth
- Cracked teeth
- Broken teeth
- Teeth that are discolored or stained
- Extremely worn teeth
- Large gaps or spaces between teeth
- Teeth that are oddly shaped
- Misaligned teeth
Our team is determined to provide you with the most comfortable dental experience possible and is eager to help you have a smile you can share with confidence. If you have any questions about cosmetic dentistry in Marathon, Florida, please feel free to contact us today. We are excited to hear from you!
Dental veneers are thin shells designed to cover imperfections and give you the beautiful smile you have always wanted. With proper care, the transformation offered by dental veneers can last for more than a decade. Our friendly dentist, Dr. Thomas M. Kiefer, may recommend a veneer to enhance imperfections such as:
- A rotated tooth
- A crooked tooth
- A discolored or stained tooth
- Gaps or spaces between teeth
- Sharp or oddly shaped teeth
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Broken teeth
Generally, dental veneers can be completed in just two visits. Dental veneers are frequently made from either resin (a mixture of glass and plastic) or porcelain. Resin veneers, also known as composite veneers, are usually completed in only one trip and are generally the more affordable choice. Porcelain veneers are often the more aesthetically pleasing option because they can be shaped to match the size, color, and shape of your smile. Porcelain veneers require two visits to our office. In the first visit, your teeth will be prepared and the size, shape, and color of the veneers will be determined. In the second visit, the custom-made veneers will be cemented to your teeth. If you would like more information about dental veneers in Marathon, Florida, please feel free to contact us today. We are anxious to hear from you.
Dentures are a removable dental appliance designed to replace one or more missing tooth, and to restore your smile to its ideal appearance and performance. Depending on your needs, our team may recommend either a complete or a partial denture. Dentures are designed to give you the ability to speak more clearly, to eat and chew more easily, to enhance the beauty of your smile, and to keep your remaining natural teeth from shifting. Furthermore, dentures can support your face muscles, stopping those muscles from sagging and keeping your face looking young and vibrant.
What are partial dentures?
Partial dentures are most likely to be recommended when you have one or more healthy, natural teeth remaining. These dentures are generally the more natural appearing option.
What are complete dentures?
Our dentist may recommend complete dentures to replace all of the teeth in a dental arc, or in both arcs. A complete denture consists of prosthetic teeth set into a gum-colored base, which sits on your gums.
Both complete and partial dentures can be removed, making their cleanings simple. If you have any questions about the benefits of dentures in Marathon, Florida, please feel free to contact us today. We look forward to helping you have the smile you deserve.
If one or more of your teeth have been damaged or cracked, our talented team may recommend a dental crown for you. A dental crown, also referred to as a cap, is designed to cover your entire tooth from the gum line up. Dental crowns are useful for many purposes including:
- Finishing dental implants
- Repairing a structurally compromised tooth
- Anchoring a dental bridge
- Stopping natural teeth from shifting
- Covering a damaged or misshaped tooth
- Repairing a damaged tooth
- Enhancing an oddly shaped tooth