When you walk through the door, your smile is the first thing people see—and it can also be the very door itself to so many beautiful things in life. A warm smile can welcome a new friend, encourage a loved one from the sidelines, or change the tone of a tense business meeting. Smiles are powerful because they are portals to interacting with the world around us. Research shows that babies smile in order to get us to smile back. Smiling is the first step to meaningful relationships and experiences. A long-lasting, natural-looking, beautiful smile can go a long way in life.
And that’s exactly why the dental specialists of Denver Restorative Dentistry, Dr. Taylor Goggins, Dr. Brian Aguirre, Dr. Anna Pitz, and Dr. Ralf Poineal, went through additional years of dental school to become prosthodontics or experts in the restoration of damaged or missing teeth. The field is considered one of the nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association.
Do you suffer from any of the below conditions?
- Gaps or spaces between teeth
- Teeth that are stained or discolored
- Twisted or curved teeth
- Worn, damaged, or uneven teeth
- Missing teeth
Cosmetic dentistry offers so many creative options to enhance your smile, but not everyone is aware of the variety! You can embrace a beautiful smile with options such as crowns, veneers, or implants—all explained below!
Although crowns are historically a more traditional dental treatment, crowns are also a vital tool in cosmetic dentistry.
Crowns restore a damaged tooth to pristine form, shape and shaded to perfection. Premium materials (such as zirconia or porcelain) are shaped by laboratory professionals in order to enclose over the entirety of the tooth, thus producing a beautiful tooth that fits your smile perfectly.
Veneers are a beautiful, seamless solution to misshaped, chipped, discolored teeth. Veneers are smooth shells (usually porcelain or resin) that are bonded to your smile to enhance its natural beauty.
An implant is a lasting, stable prosthetic tooth that completely replaces one tooth, several missing teeth, or a complete arch. The entire implant also replaces the tooth root, as well, ensuring a stable solution.
As well as enhance appearance, implants can restore your smile back to optimal health and function.
“We can do anything and everything that you need us to do related to your oral health,” Dr. Goggins explains in an interview. Equipped with highly trained and experienced staff, an in-house lab, and a broad spectrum of treatment options, Denver Restorative Dentistry wants to make your vision for your smile come to life. The goal is to restore, correct, and perfect patients’ smiles, so they can go on to welcome new friends, opportunities, and experiences with long-lasting, natural-looking, beautiful smiles.