Well Beyond Dental offers cosmetic dentistry services in Reno where work can be done in order to improve the appearance of the teeth or gums. This can be the color, shape, size, or overall appearance of your smile. Our Reno dentistry offers implant restorations, veneers, and teeth whitening as cosmetic dental solutions.
These procedures are meant to rehabilitate and give you back the functionality of your teeth.
At Well Beyond Dental, our Reno dentists and team of specialists can help you manage your oral health and provide treatment that will get your teeth back to looking and feeling as good as new.
Sometimes when teeth are missing or are unable to support a tooth prosthesis such as a crown or denture, then an implant restoration may be used. The implant restorations done by a Reno dentist at Well Beyond Dental are stable, long-lasting, and can help significantly enhance your quality of life.
Dental implants are an outstanding restorative option for patients who have missing teeth or require tooth extraction because of advanced disease or decay. A dental implant is a threaded titanium post that is surgically inserted into the jawbone to replace lost tooth roots
Veneers are thin layers of material that adhere to the surface of your teeth to give them a defined classic tooth shape, and a white polished look. When you are ready to have the smile you have always wanted, we can help! Veneers are long term solutions to your smile that can make you feel comfortable and love your smile.
Porcelain and composite bonding are the most common veneer materials. Composite veneers are made of a resin that is shaped and bonded to a tooth to enhance the appearance. Porcelain veneers are usually made in a lab and are more resistant to staining, compared to other materials.
Teeth whitening can help give you the confidence in your smile that you deserve. It’s convenient, easy, and quick. Our Reno dentistry office offers pre-loaded whitening trays that will help protect your pearly whites so you can smile all day long!
In-office bleaching is called chairside bleaching and usually requires only one office visit. The dentist will apply either a protective gel to your gums or a rubber shield to protect your gums. Bleach is then applied to the teeth.
Your dentist can provide you with a custom-made tray for at-home whitening. In this case, the dentist will give you instructions on how to place the bleaching solution in the tray and for what length of time.