A dental veneer is a thin covering that is placed directly over the visible part of the front teeth. Veneers may be used to lighten front teeth that are discolored and sometimes can be utilized to correct teeth that are chipped or worn. Additionally, dental veneers may be able to correct uneven spaces or a noticeable gap between the upper front teeth.View Gallery
Getting braces can be a difficult decision to make. Your teeth may be in need of braces, but the social aspects of braces can present a major obstacle to making the decision; Invisible Braces eliminate that obstacle! Invisible braces are a clear and simple alternative to ordinary metal braces. With invisible braces there are no wires or brackets, just a series of clear, custom, removable aligners that gradually straighten your teeth as you wear them, each aligner moving your teeth a little bit at a time.View Gallery
Whispering Pines Dental offers the Snap-On Smile®! If you’ve been looking for an affordable, completely reversible, non-invasive way to give yourself a beautiful smile, the Snap-On Smile® is the solution. This cosmetic, removable arch is easy to use and completely painless! View the gallery to see just how dramatic the difference is when using the Snap-On Smile®!View Gallery
At Whispering Pines Dental, Dr. Julie Corbin also places composite veneers. The following are some advantages of Composite Resin Veneers:
– May require removal of less tooth structure than is necessary with Porcelain Veneers
– May mean fewer visits to our office
– Easy to replace if damaged (however, they are not nearly as strong as Porcelain Veneers)
If you have lost all of your natural upper or lower teeth, whether from periodontal disease, tooth decay or injury, full dentures can replace your missing teeth – and your smile. Replacing your missing teeth will benefit not only your appearance but also your health. You’ll be better able to eat and speak. Complete dentures replace natural teeth and provide support for cheeks and lips. Without this support from the denture, facial muscles sag, making a person appear older.