- Whitening. Few cosmetic dental treatments have been more
successful than bleaching teeth. You can now have more control than
ever over the appearance and coloration of your teeth. Dental
bleaching is a safe, effective, and cost efficient means to achieve a
winning smile. Countless people, including many celebrities, have
whiter teeth and brilliant smiles through bleaching. Call and make an
appointment to see if bleaching is right for you.
- Veneers. Porcelain veneers are wafer-thin shells of porcelain, which
are bonded onto the front side of teeth. They are an excellent
cosmetic solution for teeth which are stained, chipped, or slightly
misaligned. Veneers offer a beautiful look and are resistant to
staining. They are the secret of many movie star smiles. Call and
make an appointment to see if veneers are right for you.
- White Fillings. The natural looking tooth colored or “white” fillings are
a durable and beautiful alternative to the regular mercury silver
fillings, which are unsightly and turn black as they age. If your goal is
to create an incredible smile, a tooth colored or “white” filling may be
your best alternative. It will help insure a beautiful smile. Call and
make an appointment to see if white fillings are right for you.
- Cosmetic Recontouring - a reshaping procedure that can repair
chipped or worn teeth due to accidents or habitual grinding.
- Crown Restorations - a restoration that covers or caps a tooth to
improve its appearance and restore its function.
- Oral Cancer -"Approximately 30,000 new cases of oral cancer are
diagnosed each year in the United States. According to the American
Cancer Society, oral cancer occurs almost as frequently as leukemia
and claims almost as many lives as melanoma cancer." ADA
(American Dental Association). Dr. Estela Pena considers that
cancer screening routine, and careful examination of patients is
appropriate and necessary, and can easily be achieved during a
regular dental visit. The stage at which an oral cancer is diagnosed is
critical to the course of the disease. When detected at its earliest
stage, oral cancer is more easily treated and cured. When detected
late, the overall five-year survival rate is about 50 percent