White Center Smiles is concerned about your teeth. We want to help you get the fuller, beautiful smile you deserve. Patients should visit the dentist every six months, but sometimes additional treatment is needed. During your visit, we diagnose, treat, and prevent oral disease. Dr. Osundeko might recommend a treatment for teeth that are cracked, chipped, or decayed.
Several options are available for restorative dentistry. We might take x-rays or use digital scans to take a closer look at your teeth. Your recommended treatment could be minimally invasive and be finished in one day, or it might take several visits for more complicated services.
If you need sedation or anesthesia for your treatment, we have several different ways to help you relax. Dr. Osundeko is great when it comes to providing a calm, comfortable atmosphere for her patients. Her soothing manner keeps the entire office pleasant and agreeable.
Fillings might be necessary to restore the surface of your teeth. We prefer to use mercury-free fillings, which are also closer to your teeth color than metal fillings.
Veneers are like a new top layer for your teeth, often bonded or cemented to the front teeth. They will restore your teeth to a bright and even smile. For the back teeth, crowns and bridges are used to repair chips and cracks.
We might recommend other devices for our patients, including removable partials, implants, inlays, onlays, or bonding. Removable partials are a prosthetic device with artificial teeth, usually in the form of a retainer. Implants are installed in the jaw bone before a crown is connected to the implant. Inlays and onlays are different types of cement restoration, and bonding helps reshape and fortify front teeth.
If our patients have had restorative dentistry, we encourage them to take care of their teeth. Regular brushing and flossing can make all the difference in how long your dental work will last. We want you to feel your best with a reinvented smile! Call our office today to make an appointment.