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Young Dancer

Beautiful smiles, naturally.

About Me: About



In the current age of dentistry there are no limits. It is now possible to treat a wide range of aesthetic issues easily and simply. From slight color variations to fractures of incisors and any disruption to the harmonious appearance of the teeth. In biological dentistry, all the reconstructions (fillings, crowns and bridges) are free of metals and use healthy materials, and maintain the principal of minimum invasiveness, namely, minimal harm to healthy tooth structure.


We offer a variety of cosmetic treatments designed to create a natural, healthy, beautiful smile, including: teeth whitening, laminate veneers, composite material tooth restoration, metal-free cosmetic crowns.

Teeth Whitening

Ceramic Veneers 

Bleaching is a common and popular chemical process used to whiten teeth. Whitening procedures can be performed in the office using the Zoom Whitening System or under dental supervision at home.

A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain material painlessly placed over a tooth to improve the aesthetics of a smile and/or protect the tooth’s surface from damage. These custom-made veneers are bonded to the front teeth changing their color, shape, size and length.

Crowns, Bridges and Dentures

Crowns and bridges are fixed dental restorations used to fix and/or replace one or more damaged or missing teeth. We use the best materials to ensure strength and durability as well as aesthetics appeal.

If you experienced loss of your natural teeth due to injury, tooth decay or periodontal disease complete or partial dentures can provide a lasting suitable solution. Your appearance and health will benefit from replacing missing teeth since without support from the denture, facial muscles sag. If you need dentures, schedule a consultation, so our provider can recommend the most appropriate treatment custom-tailored to your needs.

Dental Implants

An implant is an artificial surgical component, usually made from titanium, that interfaces with the bone structure to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge or denture as an anchor.

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