Dental Bonding, Dental Crowns, Dental Veneers and Implants

If you have discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing teeth, Dr Granger can reshape your teeth, close spaces, restore worn or short teeth or alter their length. Here’s how!

What is Dental Bonding?

Cosmetic bonding or teeth bonding can breathe new life into your smile.

Utilizing a natural-colored dental enamel, Granger DDS can add a new layer to your teeth, correcting minor imperfections, improving surface color, and even creating straighter teeth.  This dental procedure makes the cost of dental bonding an excellent investment in your self.

What is a Crown?

In cosmetic dentistry a crown covers misshapen or discolored teeth. It has a natural look. It's molded to the shape of the teeth and covers the entire tooth above the gum line.

Dental crowns are stronger and more durable than a porcelain veneer. But it involves trimming away a significant amount of the tooth’s structure and isn’t the best choice for making a cosmetic change.  However, a dental crown works best when it provides a structural benefit. The investment in a crown for cosmetic issues should be weighed against structural issues.

What are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are a thin layer of porcelain applied to the front teeth and can be used to conceal discoloration or imperfections.

Dr. Granger utilizes the Waterlase Dental System, which improves patient comfort and creates the perfect texture to apply strong, long-lasting and beautiful porcelain veneers. This dental procedure makes porcelain veneers an excellent investment.

Implant Dentistry

If you have missing teeth, implant dentistry is the best way to replace them. Implants can look and feel like natural teeth. They are comfortable and permanent.  Dental implants are a miraculous technique without using adjacent teeth for support and an alternative to standard crown and bridge teeth replacement or dentures.

The success rates of implants are very high, and we encourage you to look at this option to give you the confidence to smile again.