Cosmetic dentistry allows you to restore your smile, boost your confidence, and feel great about your appearance by eliminating issues like stained teeth, chipped teeth, gaps in your smile, and much more. Contact Skylyn Dental Associates now to schedule a consultation with Dr. Paul Gibas, Dr. John Dunbar, or Dr. Adam Brantley and explore your options for smile correction in Spartanburg.
At your first cosmetic dentistry appointment, your dentist will examine your mouth, and have an honest discussion with you about how you feel about your teeth, and areas where you’d like to improve your smile. Using this information, he will develop a custom treatment plan that fits your needs and your budget.
Our dental team offers convenient, professional-grade take-home teeth whitening kits. In this method of whitening, your Spartanburg dentist will take molds of your teeth, then create a set of custom whitening trays that will be comfortable to wear, and cover your teeth evenly to ensure the best whitening results. Then, you’ll come to our office to get your trays, whitening products, and instructions on their use. Over a period of several weeks, you can whiten your teeth in the comfort of your own home, and get professional results while spending less time in the dentist’s chair.
Dental bonding uses a special type of composite resin, which is applied directly to your tooth. Your dentist will use special tools and techniques to shape, mold, and trim the resin until it looks just like a natural part of your tooth. This is an affordable, fast, and versatile way to correct many cosmetic dental issues.
Enameloplasty is also called “shaping and contouring” and is often done alongside dental bonding. In this procedure, your dentist will use a special tool to gently sand away the enamel from some of your teeth to correct minor chips, points, uneven teeth, and other imperfections. This leaves you with a beautiful, even smile.
Veneers are tooth-shaped shells of porcelain that are permanently bonded onto your teeth after they’ve been trimmed. They cover up the front of your teeth, and are a versatile way to correct stained teeth, gapped teeth, uneven teeth, misshapen teeth and many more cosmetic issues.