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Waterlase Laser Treatments For Virtually Pain-Free Smile Improvement

At The Center for Cosmetic Dentistry, our patients often seek a smile that is both healthy and beautiful. The Waterlase Laser is an innovative technological advancement designed by Biolase® that can improve the comfort and precision of a wide range of general and cosmetic dentistry procedures while getting you in... Read More

Vita Easyshade: New Technology to Give Dental Restorations a Natural Appearance

For most of our patients at The Center for Cosmetic Dentistry, one of the main goals of porcelain veneer or dental crown procedures is to achieve results that look as natural as possible. While we have always strived to match the shade of restorations with each patient’s natural tooth color,... Read More

Smile Transformation through Full Mouth Reconstruction

Is your smile suffering from multiple dental problems? When dental issues go undetected, unaddressed, or are improperly treated, they can instigate a domino effect, leading to more serious and widespread problems that significantly impact your dental health. For individuals facing dental problems of this magnitude it is important to know... Read More

Celebrating 25 Years of Beautiful Smiles

At The Center for Cosmetic Dentistry, we are celebrating our 25th year of serving our patients! With procedures such as Invisalign® and dental implants, we aim to help our patients achieve healthy, beautiful smiles that can last for decades. As a way of showing our appreciation for the loyalty our... Read More

Is Invisalign Right for Me?

Uneven, crowded, or otherwise misaligned teeth can be a source of discomfort for many, often causing self-esteem issues as well as functional concerns. Metal braces have traditionally been utilized to enhance the beauty of the smile and improve bite problems; however, this method is highly visible and may be inconvenient... Read More

Dark Gums – Pigmentation Correction with Laser Dentistry

Many patients seek treatment to improve what’s known as “dark gums.” Medically referred to as gingival hyperpigmentation, this condition is very common and results in certain areas of the gums appearing much darker than others. While gingival hyperpigmentation is typically normal and not usually something that should be cause for... Read More

Improving a “Gummy Smile” with Laser Gum Lifting

Do you have a “gummy smile?” If so, you are not alone. Individuals across America are affected by excess gum tissue surrounding the teeth, making them feel self-conscious every time they open their mouths to smile. While there are surgical gum rejuvenation procedures that can correct this, Dr. Robert Rioseco... Read More