If general dentistry is the science of keeping your teeth strong and healthy, then cosmetic dentistry is the art of creating a beautiful smile. That’s why the best cosmetic dentistry needs artists like Dr. Ruparelia.
Dr. Ruparelia has advanced training in cosmetic dentistry, making it possible for you to literally choose the smile you want. With their help, you can have the exact smile of your dreams.
Just imagine – you can actually choose the color, shape and size of your teeth. You can even “audition” the smile to see if you like it, and come back for adjustments if your test ride isn’t exactly perfect. That’s the beauty of modern Dentistry at Cascades!
Most of us aren’t born with perfect smiles, and normal wear and tear can take some of the dazzle out of even the best of smiles. Over the years, teeth can accumulate stains, chips and cracks that stop them from looking their best.
Porcelain veneers are a great solution for anyone who wants their youthful smile back – or often, the perfect the smile they always wanted, but never had.
Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that actually replace the old surface of your teeth, leaving you with a smile that has no stains, chips, cracks or gaps. They really do give you that perfect smile because they’re designed to be your idea of perfect, right down to shape, size and color.
Many people want a straighter smile, but can’t imagine living through months or years of wearing the metal and wires required for traditional braces. This is especially true of adult patients who don’t have the straight smile they want but can’t bear the thought of seeing that metal-mouth look in the mirror every day.
Modern dentistry offers a solution. The Cascades Center for Dental Health is proud to offer patients Invisalign. This technology uses a series of clear plastic aligners to gently reposition teeth over a period of months. These aligners are almost invisible to the naked eye, and better yet, they are removable. That means you can straighten your teeth without compromising your appearance, and you can even take the Invisalign retainers out while you eat to keep them clean.