If you are looking for Cosmetic Dentistry in the Fox Cities, our skilled and caring Dental team can help!
Dr. Trenton Paffenroth is an experienced cosmetic dentist and has helped transform many smiles for people in the Fox Cities area. We can even do a ” Mockup” of what your smile could look like. This means, using composite material, we can temporarily bond to the teeth for you to see what the final look could be.
We have many patients who are thrilled with the final look of their smiles. All dentistry can be phased in – some people want it all done at once for that immediate result. Others, usually due to time and finances, phase in their cosmetic dentistry over a couple of years. Either way, we can work with how fast or slow the patient would like to go.
Some cosmetic procedures are not covered by insurance. We have the Care Credit Option to give patients the option to finance their dentistry at 0% interest. Yes, that’s right! This enables a patient to get the dentistry done and pay for it over time. It is as easy as filling out an application! Ask us for more information on this wonderful Care Credit Option.
Tooth bonding is the application of a tooth-colored resin material using adhesives and a high-intensity curing light. The procedure gets its name because materials are bonded to the tooth. Often bonding is used as a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings, or to protect a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede.
Tooth contouring is also referred to as “tooth reshaping” or “dental sculpting”. It offers an instant cosmetic fix. This works for quickly repairing chipped teeth, crooked teeth, teeth that overlap one another, and uneven or irregular teeth.
Contouring can also give you a more comfortable bite. This can relieve jaw muscles that may have been stressed due to improper alignment.
Dental implants offer a natural-looking and low-maintenance solution to replace missing teeth. A dental implant is a “root” device, usually made of titanium that is surgically placed below the gums into the jawbone. The implant is carefully and painlessly placed into the jaw where the natural root would have been. It’s then left to integrate with the jawbone so they fuse. Once integrated a crown, bridge or denture can be fixed onto the implant.