Regain the Confidence in your Smile - Cosmetic Dental Treatments in San Francisco
A confident smile is one that is healthy and aesthetically appealing. At Pacific Dental Associates, our San Francisco dentists in Pacific Heights provide comprehensive dental care that focuses on the health of your smile. We offer cosmetic dental treatments that whiten, brighten, and restore the appearance of your smile. With our group of dedicated specialists and family-friendly staff, we have a meaningful impact on the long term health and happiness of our patients.
Restoring and Enhancing Smiles
We offer various cosmetic dental treatments that are recommended for their aesthetically pleasing quality. Patients who find their smiles unsatisfactory, and wish to enhance them, can meet those goals with our San Francisco dentists. In addition to offering, cosmetic dental procedures, we ensure that your overall oral health is protected. Services we offer include:
- Porcelain Crowns, Bridges, and Veneers
- Tooth-Colored (composite resin) Fillings
- Teeth Whitening
- Dental Implants
Each procedure has its own benefits for the aesthetics of your smile. Our San Francisco dentist recommends that patients who have chipped, uneven, or discolored teeth can enjoy best results with veneers. Usually made out of porcelain, veneers are custom made, wafer thin, and bonded onto teeth. To complete a root canal treatment, and ensure the strength and health of the treated tooth, we also provide all-porcelain crowns that seamlessly match the rest of your smile. For basic fillings, we offer composite resin, tooth colored material that, unlike amalgam, is unnoticeable and looks like your natural teeth. At Pacific Dental Associates, our cosmetic dentist offer custom bleaching trays for at-home, dentist-supervised treatment for patients who are looking to whiten their smiles.
Whether you’ve lost teeth due to trauma or from periodontal disease, bridges and dental implants are a great way to replace them. Bridges utilize neighboring teeth as an anchor to fill in the space. Made out of porcelain, or porcelain fused to metal, these materials mimic the sheen and feel of natural teeth. Our San Francisco dentist utilize dental implants, as well as restorations such as porcelain crowns and bridges, to replace the tooth entirely. Implants are used to stabilize dentures and bridges as well. Their benefits include supporting the strength of jaw bone, preventing facial collapse.
Schedule an Appointment Today!
At Pacific Dental Associates, we are known for a cutting-edge dentistry that enhances the appearance of your smile. Our multi-disciplinary approach allows us to comprehensively treat your smile by not only focusing on your oral health, but the beauty of your smile. For more information about our cosmetic dental procedures, contact our San Francisco dental practice located in the professional building of the California Pacific Medical Center in Pacific Heights.
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