It feels good to look great! Having a gorgeous smile is one of those things we love to see on others. Cosmetic dentistry is about so much more than just a clean, white smile with straight teeth. It's about restoring your confidence. When you’re enjoying life, you smile more, right?
In considering cosmetic dentistry, questions you may want to consider are:
Are you satisfied and pleased with your smile?
If possible, what might you change about your smile?
How would having a great smile affect your life?
Putting You on the Path to a Great Smile
Many dentists offer cosmetic dentistry and aesthetic dentistry services, but can’t always provide the service & family-oriented quality you are looking for. The patients at our office enjoy cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry in Colorado Springs that our experienced doctors provide. Dr. Gregory Kuo, DDS, MS is experienced and informed on all the latest cosmetic dentistry procedures and have top-grade technology and the best materials.
When you visit us in Redmond, WA, speak with our team. You will see why our patients keep coming back. We care about you and your family and want to give you the best aesthetic dentistry Redmond can offer.
What is cosmetic dentistry? Here is a list of what we offer:
Implants - A popular procedure, dental implants replace a tooth by inserting an artificial tooth root then placing a crown on this new root.
Invisalign - Clear braces are a revolutionary way in aesthetic dentistry that straightens your teeth is a short amount of time with clear braces. These are typically more comfortable and a lot less hassle than traditional braces.
Whitening - You know those people whose teeth dazzle? Chances are they have used the aesthetic dentistry procedure teeth whitening. We offer a variety of whitening services & recommendations.
Crowns - If you need to replace the entire visible portion of your tooth, we recommend using a dental crown, a phenomenal cosmetic dentistry procedure. Our dental crowns are strong, comfortable and feel like your real tooth.
Bridges - Having a few missing teeth is often corrected with a dental bridge, a restorative solution that fills the space created by lost teeth. The bridge itself may be made up of one or more artificial teeth that are cemented into place using your natural teeth on either side for support, thereby “bridging” the gap.