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Cosmetic Dentistry in Sparks

We all care about our appearance, and want to show our best face to the world. When it comes to our teeth, cosmetic dentistry treatments can help correct any imperfections that you would like to address.

Hand holding up dental veneer


Thin shells made from a strong, tooth-coloured resin, veneers are permanently bonded to a tooth’s front surface. Veneers can correct a range of cosmetic imperfections, including teeth that are discoloured, chipped, or smaller-than-average. To perfect your smile, we do bonded veneers, bonded diastema (gaps between teeth) closures, and bonded elimination of black triangles.

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Model of dental crown


Dental crowns are porcelain, ceramic, or zirconia "caps" that are permanently bonded to the top of damaged teeth. We typically use crowns to restore the shape of teeth that are too badly damaged to be corrected using fillings.

Woman examining smile at dental office


Dental bonding, also called composite bonding, is a procedure that involves using a tooth-coloured composite resin material to reshape teeth, remove the appearance of stains or chips, or correct spacing between teeth.

Patient undergoing teeth whitening treatment

Teeth whitening

We offer at-home and in-office options to help you get a whiter, brighter smile. Our Opalescense Go at-home kit includes a whitening gel and specially-designed trays that you put on your teeth once a day for 5-10 days. Our in-office whitening treatment is the award-winning Opalescence Boost—with just two or three 20-minute treatments its powerful formula provides noticeable results in as little as one hour.

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Woman inserting Invisalign clear aligner


Invisalign is one of the easiest ways to straighten your teeth. Rather than metal wires, as is the case with braces, Invisalign uses clear plastic aligners that you slip over your teeth and can remove to brush and eat. Patients typically need to visit the office every few weeks to get a new set of aligners.

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