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DentalWorks Aurora

4405 Fox Valley Center Drive

Aurora, IL 60504

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Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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At least twice a year, everyone should get a professional teeth cleaning to remove plaque and stains for oral health.

To seal small cavities in the teeth, tooth-colored fillings match the size and color of the natural teeth.

Dental sealants help to prevent tooth decay by making a barrier over the molars that blocks plaque, tartar, and bacteria.

To protect the teeth during athletic activity, a high-quality, custom mouth guard provides a comfortable, durable fit.

A night guard can protect the mouth from clenching and grinding for a better night’s sleep and less oral health problems.

Oral-conscious sedation is given to patients as a pill before a dental procedure to help them remain relaxed.

Porcelain veneers are thin covers that go over the teeth to cover cosmetic flaws like stains, chips, cracks, and discoloration.

To quickly improve the appearance of the smile, dental bonding and contouring effectively masks certain cosmetic tooth flaws.

Lumineers are thin high-quality porcelain veneers that are custom made to cover the teeth and hide cosmetic flaws.

To restore many teeth, custom-made detachable dentures (full or partial) provide a comfortable fit and natural look.

To create a secure fit, a dental bridge is attaches a false tooth to a crown that is placed over a nearby natural tooth.

To repair a damaged or discolored tooth, a metal or porcelain crown (cap) is set over the visible portion of the tooth.

For dental emergencies, including pain or a lost tooth, our office can help you in getting quick care and relief.

For teeth that are crooked, traditional orthodontics can quickly shift the teeth to a proper position.

Invisalign uses a series of clear aligners that gently change the teeth’s position for a straight, beautiful smile.

Removable clear aligners fit over the teeth to move the teeth into alignment for a more attractive, straight smile.

Gum treatments can be used to treat minor gum disease to advanced gum disease and restore oral health.

To sculpt excess gum tissue, laser gum sculpting reshapes the gumline to eliminate overgrowth and fix a “gummy” smile.

The first procedure for gum disease is scaling and root planing, which cleans build up from below the gumline.

Dental implants replace the tooth root to provide a secure fit for a long-lasting solution to one missing tooth or several.

Teeth infected beyond repair, may require a simple or surgical tooth extraction to restore dental health and function.

A root canal is a procedure that removes the infected pulp of the tooth to prevent decay and bacteria from spreading.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.