One look at the dramatic difference just one professional teeth whitening treatment can make your complexion and your smile and it's easy to see why teeth whitening has quickly become the most popular cosmetic dental treatment performed by this cosmetic dentist in Powell and across the U.S.
Years of eating and drinking tooth-staining items like coffee, tea, wine, and tomatoes can cause even the healthiest smiles to lose a little of their luster. To help restore the dazzle back to your smile, Dr. Williams offers in-office teeth whitening treatments. These treatments are designed to help transform your teeth several shades lighter after just one session.
Teeth whitening treatments are incredibly safe and inexpensive, and can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile while boosting your self-esteem. Don't wait to get the smile you've always wanted. Call our office today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Williams to see if your teeth are healthy enough to receiving whitening treatments.
Made from incredibly thin, but durable porcelain shells, dental veneers are bonded directly to the surface of your teeth, and make a great choice for patients looking to improve the appearance of crooked, stained, chipped, or uneven teeth. The ultra-thin nature of dental veneers makes them nearly undetectable and highly resistant to stains from items like coffee, tea, soda, and wine.
The placement of dental veneers typically takes two dental appointments to complete. During your first appointment, Dr. Williams will prepare your teeth for the placement of your veneers, which placement will occur during your final appointment. Dental veneers are incredibly durable and can last for years with proper care from brushing and flossing.
Dr. Williams uses dental crowns to cover teeth damaged by decay or trauma. In addition to strengthening a damaged tooth, a dental crown can also improve the alignment, shape, or appearance of a tooth. Dr. Williams may recommend a dental crown for patients in the following cases:
- When a large filling needs replacing but not enough natural tooth structure remains.
- To protect a weakened tooth from fracturing.
- To repair a fractured tooth.
- To attach a dental bridge.
- To cover a dental implant.
- To cover a tooth that has undergone root canal therapy.
Frontier Family Dental
303 N Division St
Powell, WY 82435