As a patient-focused dental practice, our dentist and staff are committed to your comfort, satisfaction, and improving your oral health. From our beginning, it has been our goal to make the world better, one smile at a time. We take pride in having a laid back environment which is welcoming to patients of all ages.
Our cosmetic dentistry services are designed to complement our general dentistry work, as well as help you obtain the smile you’ve always dreamed of. We are committed to helping every patient restore radiance and beauty to their smile, while affordably improving their oral health. For patients that require the attention of a dental specialist, we will refer you to a trusted dental specialist.
Proudly Serving Patients Throughout the Greater Chicago Area
A dental crown is a restoration option used when a tooth has been severely damaged or has suffered from advanced decay. It helps to restore strength, stability, function, and esthetics to the tooth by covering the remaining tooth structure. Crowns are made from various materials, depending on which area of the mouth is being restored.
Dental veneers are used to correct gaps, spaces, or other imperfections in your smile. Veneers can correct a single undersized tooth, or a discolored whole arch. Typically made out of porcelain, the veneer is bonded to the front of the tooth. Each veneer is custom-made in a dental laboratory, providing you with a personalized way to enhance your smile. There are many benefits to this restoration option including looking and feeling like your natural teeth, providing a permanent way to completely reshape your teeth, and helping you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
If you have lost a tooth or multiple teeth due to injury, decay, or gum disease, a dental bridge may be used to restore your oral health. A missing tooth doesn’t just look unsightly — it can have a greater impact on your dental health, as it allows your remaining teeth to shift, which can result in pain and discomfort. A dental bridge will help close any gaps in your mouth and acts just like natural teeth. It helps your remaining teeth maintain position, as the bridge is permanently cemented to adjacent teeth.
Dentures & Removable Teeth
If you are missing some or all of your teeth, dentures and partials may provide a great restoration option. For patients who still retain some of their teeth, partials are recommended. Full dentures are recommended for patients who are missing most of all of their natural teeth. Both of these help to restore your smile. For some individuals, you may even end up with a better smile than you had before. Dr. White will help you determine which restoration option fits your dental health needs.