Cosmetic & Zoom Teeth Whitening Services

Zoom Teeth Whitening for Grand Prairie

Dr. Khademazad uses a variety of teeth whitening techniques, including Zoom, to get your teeth their whitest and brightest. Zoom teeth whitening is the revolutionary in-office process that gets your teeth their whitest in just over an hour. Our in-home teeth whitening kits are easy to use and great results are achieved in 4 to 6 weeks. Call our office to learn more about our teeth whitening options.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Inlays and Onlays are tooth-colored restorations that are used in place of silver fillings on the chewing surfaces of back teeth. Unlike silver fillings made from metals that may cause further damage to teeth, these cosmetic fillings look extremely natural and typically require that far less of the tooth be removed.

Metal-Free Crowns

Many metal substructure crowns either corrode and stain the gumline or cause allergic reactions. Crowns without the metal substructure are considered metal-free crowns. These crowns are porcelain crowns, i.e., Zirconia, e-Max or Lava crowns.

Veneers

Prep-Less Veneers

Veneers less than 0.3mm in thickness require no or minimal preparation and shaping of teeth.

Conventional Veneers

Veneers where there is preparation and shaping of teeth with veneer thickness of 1.2 to 1.5mm thickness.

Gum Contouring

When crown heights are short and stubby looking, or gum height sitting high on the tooth, to help lengthen the tooth and improve the appearance of the teeth in a patient’s smile ( teeth presentation in patient’s smile) gum re-contouring is recommended

Cosmetic Partials

Flex Partials

Clear or gum-like resin partials with no metal substructure are considered flex partials. No wires around anchor teeth for improved appearance

Precision Attachment Partial

Precision attachment partials are designed to have metal substructure utilizing attachments to eliminate metal clasps around anchor teeth. These partial also offer additional advantages of better handle the forces along the long axis of anchor teeth for longevity and better oral health.

Cosmetic Surgery

Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR)

Guided Tissue Regeneration can be used to stimulate and encourage your body's natural ability to regenerate bone and gum tissue previously lost to disease or atrophy, therefore increasing support for teeth and implants. Most techniques utilize membranes that are inserted over the bone defects.

Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR)

The GTR procedure is often accomplished in combination with a bone graft. Guided Bone Regeneration is a procedure in which a membrane is placed over the site of the bone graft. This membrane further encourages new bone to grow and also prevents the growth of scar tissue into the grafted site.