Cosmetic Dentist in Vienna, VA
Many people would love to achieve a dazzling smile, and it’s not hard to understand why – studies show us that people with brighter, straighter teeth are typically perceived as being more confident, more successful, more attractive, and even younger than their counterparts. However, stains, chips, cracks, gaps, and other flaws can cause your look to become lackluster over time. At Monarch Dentistry here in Vienna, VA, our staff is proud to offer several cosmetic services that can give you the gorgeous transformation you’ve been dreaming of. Patients from Washington D.C., Tysons Corner, McLean, and beyond are welcome to contact us today and schedule a consultation!
If your teeth have become lackluster over time due to general discoloration or stains caused by certain foods, teeth whitening could give them the beautiful transformation you’ve been hoping for.
Invisalign® Clear Braces
Achieving a straight smile is a common goal, but many patients don’t want to undergo years of orthodontic treatment. Thankfully, Invisalign treatment can create the same dramatic results in a much more seamless fashion.
Porcelain veneers could be the ideal cosmetic solution for patients who’d like to correct several dental flaws at once and share a new, flawless look in just a few appointments.
When restoring damaged or decayed teeth, patients shouldn’t have to choose health and aesthetic benefits. Instead, they should have the best of both worlds! That’s why Dr. Neil Flenniken and Dr. Suzan Rismani-Flenniken are happy to primarily offer crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, and other restorations crafted from lifelike, all-ceramic materials. This option offers patients more biocompatibility, more beauty, and more confidence in their everyday lives.
Cosmetic bonding is a procedure that involves the application of a quality, tooth-colored composite material to the front of teeth, changing their appearance for the better. Our team typically uses bonding to repair teeth that have suffered chips, cracks, or small areas of decay, as well as relatively minor gaps. During the bonding procedure, one of our doctors will first roughen the surface of the treated tooth in order to help the composite material bond more easily once it’s placed. Then, once the material is applied and sculpted to be aesthetically pleasing, we’ll use a special light to harden it in place.