Fort Collins Dentist Jordan Humbert, DDS, 80526
Cosmetic Dentistry

Going the Extra Mile for Your Sensational Smile

Services From Our Cosmetic Dentist in Fort Collins, CO

The kind of smile a Fort Collins, CO, cosmetic dentist can give you! A smile signals that one is enjoying life, and it's the first thing many people notice about someone. If you wish your smile was brighter, whiter or more even, Centre Family Dentistry can help. From teeth whitening to fillings, we are committed to meeting all of our clients' cosmetic dentistry needs. We are the leading cosmetic dentist in Fort Collins, CO, because our skilled staff gives you the individualized attention you need. Our cosmetic dentistry services will leave you with the smile and confidence you deserve. Stop by Centre Family Dentistry today to get a sensational smile you will be proud to show off!

Teeth Whitening is a very popular procedure in cosmetic dentistry. It is a relatively easy and effective technique for obtaining a dazzling, whiter smile, at home, in a matter of days. Teeth Whitening Before and After

Bonding before and after Bonding is a procedure where tooth-colored composite resin material is placed to "fill in the blanks." One of the most frequent uses of the bonding technique is to fill in a gap between front teeth.

Enamel Shaping (Contouring) is the process of shaping natural teeth to improve their appearance. Shaping can be used to correct minor cases of crowded or overlapping teeth, smooth rough edges, or make small adjustments to the shape of a tooth. Enamel Shaping before and after

Veneers before and after Veneers are laboratory fabricated, porcelain facings that are bonded to the front surfaces of teeth to whiten teeth, close spaces, straighten teeth, or repair chipped or worn teeth. The veneers are only about 1 mm thick (the thickness of a fingernail). That same thickness is "shaved" off the natural tooth surface so when the veneer is bonded to the tooth, the tooth doesn't feel or look "thicker".

Caps (Crowns) are rarely used for cosmetic correction any more, since the advent of veneers, but in some cases a crown may be necessary for a particular tooth. A tooth with a bad fracture or a large filling that is breaking down, or has decay around it, may be a candidate for a crown instead of a veneer. This patient has veneers on top, but one of the front teeth had a large filling and had to be crowned. Caps Crowns before and after

White Fillings before and after
White fillings replace silver or gold fillings with a more natural looking tooth-colored material. Since teeth are translucent, dark fillings cause the whole tooth to appear darker when viewed from the side. Replacing older dark fillings with white fillings will keep your smile glowing!


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