A New Smile for Self Confidence in 2018

If a new smile is on your list for a new you in 2018, it’s time to call my office for a no obligation new smile consultation in Downtown Portland. Regardless of your situation, Centerport Dental can come up with a solution that will give you the new smile that you deserve.

When you schedule a no obligation new smile consultation, your teeth and gums will be examined to make sure that you’re free from gum disease and tooth decay. If you have cavities, or gingivitis, those issues will need to be taken care of before you can even consider cosmetic dentistry for your new smile.

If you are given an oral clean bill of health, you and I will discuss what you want to change about your smile, and what you are okay about. You may just need professional tooth whitening to brighten your smile. Whatever your issue, I will make sure that your new smile is exactly what you want.

Some of the cosmetic dental procedures that I may recommend include:

• Professional Tooth Whitening
• Porcelain Veneers
• Cosmetic Dental Bonding
• Inlays and Onlays
• Cosmetic Dental Crowns
• Tooth Colored Fillings
• Invisible Braces
• Dental Implants

Some of the above cosmetic dental procedures, such as in office tooth whitening, cosmetic dental bonding, inlays, onlays, cosmetic dental crowns and tooth colored fillings can be taken care of in a single dental appointment, while cosmetic dental procedures such as porcelain veneers can take three to four weeks. Dental implants can take up to 10 months for surgery, healing, and placement for your final results.

If you have always wanted a new smile, it’s time to treat yourself in 2018. Contact my Downtown Portland Dentist Office for a no obligation new smile consultation. You will be amazed at the transformation.

Call or click for a no obligation cosmetic dentistry consultation. You really have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Call or click today.

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