Root Canal Therapy

You have probably heard of root canal therapy before but may be unaware of what it actually involves. That’s not surprising given how many different misconceptions there are about the root canal. In fact, its reputation for pain and undue discomfort is unwarranted given advances in dental technology and dental care techniques.

When you meet with a Denver cosmetic dentist you’ll be able to learn more about this and other dental treatment options in greater detail. We’d like to go over some of the basics of root canal treatment right now so you have a good general understanding of what is involved and what to expect from treatment.

The Structure of Your Teeth

Within each tooth is pulp chamber. This pulp chamber contains soft tissue known as dental pulp. The dental pulp helps nourish the tooth and also contains nerve endings that are connected to the tooth root and jawbone.

When the dental pulp within a tooth is infected by bacteria, advanced restorative dentistry treatment is needed to ensure the infection does not spread and lead to further dental problems. This procedure is known as a root canal.

What Root Canal Therapy Means for Patients

A root canal involves the removal of the diseased dental pulp following severe tooth decay or serious damage to the tooth. By undergoing a root canal, patients will ensure that their natural tooth is saved and will not need to be extracted. Avoiding extraction is ideal since maintaining as much natural tooth structure as possible ensures better dental health in the long run.

Ideal Candidates for Root Canal Therapy

The best candidates for root canal therapy are people who have experienced major tooth decay or a serious tooth injury that has caused harm to the dental pulp. We will determine if a root canal or another dental treatment will be ideal for a patient during the consultation process at our Denver cosmetic and restorative dentistry center.

The Root Canal Procedure

During the root canal procedure, local anesthetic is administered to reduce any pain or discomfort experienced. The tooth is carefully drilled into in order to access the pulp chamber. The pulp within the tooth is removed and the pulp chamber is sterilized to kill any remaining bacteria. An inert material is used to fill the tooth and the tooth is then capped with a dental crown to strengthen it and protect it from further harm.

Other Options for Restorative Dentistry

In some instances, a tooth will need to be removed if it cannot be saved with a root canal. There are different ways to address the issue of a missing tooth. Sometimes a dental bridge will be ideal, though in other cases it may be better for the patient to receive Denver dental implants. These artificial tooth roots will be able to support a bridge or an individual dental crown. We will go over all of your options for effective dental care during your visit.

Learn More About Advanced Dental Care Treatments

For more information about root canal therapy and your many other options for advanced dental care treatments, be sure to contact our Denver cosmetic and restorative dentistry practice today. Our entire team looks forward to meeting you in person and helping you make the best possible decisions about your dental health and dental care needs.

University Dental Arts Launches

University Dental Arts – a cosmetic and contemporary dentistry practice in Denver, Colorado – has launched an all-new website in conjunction with its new downtown office location.

Located in downtown Denver, University Dental Arts is a premier dental practice that places an emphasis on cosmetic dentistry and preventive treatment using contemporary modalities. The practice is led by Dr. David Redford, a 5280 Top Dentist. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Pittsburgh Dental School. His professional memberships include the American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association and the Metro Denver Dental Society. The practice has launched an all-new website that makes it easier for potential patients to learn more about the elective procedure they’re considering, and to contact the practice to arrange an appointment.

A Premier Dental Practice

A wide range of cosmetic, restorative, and general dentistry treatments are offered at University Dental Arts. The team, led by Dr. David Redford, treats patients with the utmost respect and strives to provide a welcoming environment that individuals will be pleased to return to. Located in downtown Denver, the practice is convenient for residents throughout the Denver area, including Cherry Creek and Lodo.

An Intuitive, User-friendly Interface

One of the goals of the new University Dental Arts website was to provide existing and new patients with easily digestible information on the various procedures that are offered by the practice. To accomplish this, the practice set out to design a website that was simple to navigate, with a user-friendly interface. The modern Internet user wants to find the information they’re seeking quickly. The new University Dental Arts website has been built with these factors in mind.

Primary topics – cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, and general dentistry – can be accessed from every page on the website, and can be navigated easily through conspicuous buttons in the website’s main navigation bar. Secondary pages, such as those detailing the practice, can be found through similar navigation elements. The primary purpose of the website is to educate the patients to take action on their oral health.

An Understated and Timeless Design Aesthetic

The visual appearance of a website is the first thing that a user sees, and it leaves an immediate and lasting impression. The team at University Dental Arts was mindful of this fact when considering the aesthetic they wanted for their website. Dr. Redford wanted a look that was at once professional, engaging, welcoming, and contemporary yet timeless.  And most importantly, it should have a thoroughly modern and professional design.

Contact Information:

University Dental Arts
David Redford, DMD
1675 Larimer St
#880
Denver CO 80202
Phone: (303) 534-7797

Effective Care for Periodontal Disease

Gum disease is an infection that affects the bones and tissues that support and surround the teeth. It is an incredibly common condition that affects many of our Denver cosmetic dentistry patients. Fortunately, it can be completely eradicated when treated in its earliest stages. While this is true, gum disease can be an incredibly dangerous condition as it is often unnoticed until it has progressed to its most damaging stage. When left untreated, gum disease has the potential to inflict severe damage to the gums and teeth. In the latest stage of gum disease, damage caused to the gums and teeth is irreversible. This irreversible damage can lead to the loss of one or more teeth.

Gum Disease Treatment

At University Dental Arts in Denver, gum disease treatment is based upon a patient’s unique and individual needs. The stage of the gum disease, the severity of the damage caused by the gum disease, the patient’s overall health, and the unique needs and goals of the patient are all considered when customizing a treatment plan. One or more of these gum disease treatment options may be included in your tailored treatment plan:

  • Professional dental cleaning: We recommend that patients undergo a professional dental cleaning every six months. Professional dental cleanings enable us to remove plaque and tartar from the surfaces of the teeth as well as along the gum line that simply cannot be removed through traditional toothbrushing.
  • Scaling and root planing: If a build-up of plaque and tartar remains on the surfaces of the teeth and below the gum line after a professional dental cleaning, we may recommend scaling and root planing. During the scaling procedure, plaque and tartar are removed from above and below the gum line. Any rough spots that remain on the roots of the teeth are then smoothed away during the root planing procedure. Removing the rough spots provides an area free of bacteria for the gum to reattach to.
  • Flap surgery: Most patients will not require flap surgery after undergoing a professional dental cleaning or scaling and root planing. While this is true, a small number will still need further treatment. Flap surgery may be recommended when other treatments have failed to remove tartar build-up in the pockets of the gums. During this treatment, the gums are lifted, and tartar is removed. The gums are then sutured snugly against the teeth.
  • Dental Implants: For our patients in Denver, dental implants provide a strong, durable, aesthetically pleasing solution for the replacement of a missing tooth. Patients who have experienced the loss of one or more teeth resulting from gum disease may benefit from dental implants. Dental implants are titanium posts used to replace the root structure of missing teeth. Dental implants are inserted into the jawbone, and once the jawbone has grown around the implant, a dental crown, dental bridge, or denture is attached.

Schedule an Examination

To learn more about gum disease treatment, or to schedule a personal examination, please contact University Dental Arts today. Our skilled staff would be happy to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to serving all of your dental needs.

How to Care for Your Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are a wonderful way to create a beautiful, flawless smile. Though porcelain veneers are extremely durable, you will need to take care of them to make them last as long as possible. Denver cosmetic dentist David Redford offers these tips for the aftercare of your porcelain veneers.

Caring for Your Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers will not last a lifetime and, for most people, may need to be replaced after 10 to 15 years. You can help increase the lifespan of your porcelain veneers through proper care and maintenance. Practicing the following tips will greatly help in keeping your porcelain veneers looking and functioning their best.

  • Practice proper oral hygiene: Practicing good oral hygiene is most important to prolonging the life of your porcelain veneers and maintaining the overall health of your mouth. Porcelain veneers will not decay but veneers leave areas of the tooth exposed; these areas of exposed tooth are still susceptible to decay. Brushing twice a day and flossing once a day is key to increasing the lifespan of your veneers.
  • Use a soft toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste: Abrasive toothpastes and hard bristled toothbrushes can damage the polish on your veneers. Be sure to use a soft-bristled toothbrush and toothpaste without harsh abrasives.
  • Avoid gum disease: Gum disease results in gum inflammation and may even cause the gums to recede. Receding gums may expose the top edge of the veneer, marring the appearance of your smile. Gum disease is avoided by practicing proper oral hygiene and regularly seeing your dentist.
  • Do not skip your six-month check-up: Regular dental check-ups not only help keep your teeth and gums healthy, but also allow your dentist to assess your porcelain veneers and repair any issues that could damage them.

Avoid Developing Bad Habits

Properly caring for your porcelain veneers also includes avoiding bad habits that can be damaging to your veneers. Here are some things to avoid after getting porcelain veneers:

  • Do not chew on hard objects: Porcelain veneers are very durable, however, they are not as strong as your natural teeth. Avoid chewing on hard objects like pens, ice, and even your nails. Hard items can cause your veneers to chip.
  • Do not grind or clench your teeth: Teeth grinding and clenching should be stopped whether you have porcelain veneers or not. Teeth grinding wears down the teeth and will damage porcelain veneers. If you grind or clench your teeth, your dentist can fit you with a night guard to protect your teeth while you sleep (when most teeth grinding and clenching occurs).
  • Avoid foods and drinks that may stain your teeth: Though porcelain veneers are rather stain resistant, the adhesive used to bond the veneers to the teeth is not resistant to staining. This may result in the edges of your veneers appearing yellowed or darkened. Try to avoid foods and drinks that may stain your teeth. When you do drink coffee or sodas, use a straw to minimize contact with your teeth.
  • Do not smoke: Smoking is another cause of discoloration along the edge of porcelain veneers. Besides the overall health benefits of quitting, smoking should be avoided to keep your veneers looking their best.

Schedule a Consultation

For our patients in Denver, teeth whitening is a great addition to porcelain veneer treatment for a complete smile makeover. Don’t wait any longer for a dazzling smile. Schedule a consultation today!

Full Mouth Reconstruction Candidates

Many people in need of serious dental treatment are dealing with several different dental problems simultaneously. Restoring the dental health of such patients will require involved dental treatments. When patients visit our Denver cosmetic dentistry center, we will be sure to discuss all of their options for effective care in full detail. Some patients may be best helped through the use of a full mouth reconstruction. We’d like to look at this restorative dental care treatment right now.

Customized Treatment for Your Unique Needs

Each full mouth reconstruction is customized to the needs of the patient. Since each patient will have unique needs of their own, we can never approach a full reconstruction with a one-size-fits-all philosophy. When you meed with a cosmetic and restorative dentist in Denver, you’ll be able to learn what the best treatment plan is for your needs.

Ideal Candidates – Patients with Tooth Decay and Tooth Damage

Severe tooth decay and tooth damage means dealing with weakened teeth that may be discolored and aesthetically unappealing as well. For minor tooth decay, dental fillings will be used. More substantial damage and decay will best be addressed with inlays and onlays, which are dental restorations that are able to replace the biting surfaces of the teeth. In extreme cases of damage and decay, dental crowns are the best option to avoid tooth extraction.

Ideal Candidates – Patients Who are Missing Teeth

When you are missing a tooth or multiple teeth, it can adversely affect your dental health as well as the aesthetics of your smile. Removable dental bridges and dentures can be a great solution for restoring your smile, though these dental appliances can be anchored in place with greater strength using dental implants. Denver dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone and gum tissue, allowing for stability and hold comparable to natural tooth roots.

Ideal Candidates – Patients with Soft Tissue Problems

While the teeth are important, you should never take for granted the health and condition of the gums. We have a number of restorative dentistry treatments available to deal with gum recession and different stages of gum disease, allowing patients to have a healthy gumline again. During these treatments, it’s important to first address the gum disease or gum problem and then any tooth decay below the gumline before looking into grafting options.

Ideal Candidates – Patients Dealing with Tooth and Jaw Alignment Issues

The health of the jaw joint and the alignment of the teeth cannot be taken for granted if you want to have the best possible dental health. In fact, tooth misalignment can result in TMJ disorders and other serious dental health problems. That’s why full mouth reconstructions combine general dental care as well as advanced orthodontic treatment, allowing you to have a properly aligned and healthy smile.

Learn More About Advanced Dental Care Treatment

If you would like more information on full mouth reconstructions and your many other options for advanced dental care treatment, be sure to contact our Denver cosmetic and restorative dentistry center today. Our entire dental care team looks forward to meeting you in person and helping you make a well-informed choice about your dental health needs.

How to Choose a Dentist

If you are searching for a dentist, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the number of professionals practicing in your local area. In big cities such as Denver, prospective patients will find that there are dozens of dental practices in their immediate area. While access to a large number of experienced dental professionals is great, it does make it more difficult for patients to choose a dentist. It takes considerable time and effort to thoroughly research each dentist to ensure that he or she has the education, experience, skill, and amenities to meet your needs. Further, many patients don’t know exactly what to look for in a dental practice. In this blog post, Denver cosmetic dentist David Redford reviews the most important factors that patients should consider.

A Skilled Dentist

First and foremost, dental patients should choose a practice that features a talented dentist or team of dentists. University Dental Arts is a single-dentist practice, and patients can expect to receive care from Dr. Redford at every appointment. We believe that meeting with the same dentist during routine appointments makes for a more pleasant dental experience and enables Dr. Redford to become more familiar with your dental health and habits. Patients of our practice also benefit from Dr. Redford’s skill in the field, including:

  • Education: Dr. Redford earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder; he earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
  • Experience: Dr. Redford has been practicing dentistry for more than three decades; he opened University Dental Arts more than 20 years ago.
  • Professional memberships: Dr. Redford is a member of several professional dental organizations, including the American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association, and Metro Denver Dental Society.

Comprehensive Services

At University Dental Arts, we offer general, cosmetic, and restorative dental care for patients of all ages.

  • Cosmetic dentistry: For our patients in Denver, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, Invisalign®, and dental bonding are popular and effective smile makeover treatments.
  • Restorative dentistry: Dr. Redford offers treatment for all stages of tooth decay, including root canal therapy. Periodontal disease treatment is also available to improve the health of the gums. For teeth that have been damaged as a result of injury or decay, we offer a number of natural looking dental restorations such as dental fillings, inlays, onlays, crowns, bridges, and dentures. In cases in which patients are missing teeth, dental implants can be placed to secure replacement teeth.
  • General dentistry: Patients can also rely on our practice for general dental care, including exams, cleanings, X-rays, oral cancer screenings, and night guards.

Accepts a Range of Dental Insurance Plans

Patients generally want to find a dental practice that accepts their dental insurance plans. We accept various insurance plans at our practice to make the cost of general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry more affordable.

To learn more about the dental insurance plans that we offer, Dr. Redford’s professional background, or the services that are available, contact University Dental Arts today. We invite you to schedule an appointment at our practice!

Finding an Affordable Cosmetic Dentist

If you are searching for an affordable cosmetic dentist in Denver, look no further than Dr. David Redford of University Dental Arts. Dr. Redford is committed to providing patients with high quality dental care at fair and reasonable prices. Some dental practices may cut the costs of their services by not investing in advanced dental technology. This is not the case at University Dental Arts. We employ use of modern materials, including high-grade porcelain, zirconium, and composite resin; we also use the most effective dental tools, including digital imaging and Invisalign® technology. Along with the latest technology and excellent care, Dr. Redford and our staff will help make treatment as affordable as possible for patients.

Dental Insurance

We accept a range of insurance plans at University Dental Arts. Our staff will be in touch with your dental insurance company to find out what is covered and if any policy limits apply. Dental insurance typically covers the full or partial costs of general and restorative dentistry care; this includes routine cleanings and exams, treatment of tooth decay, treatment of gum disease, and dental restorations. Generally, dental insurance will not cover procedures that are performed for cosmetic reasons alone; this includes teeth whitening and porcelain veneers.

Payment Options

In cases in which dental insurance does not cover the entire cost of treatment, we offer various payment options to patients. Those that can’t afford the full cost of treatment immediately may prefer to apply for financing with CareCredit, pay with a credit card, or set up a payment plan with our office; these options enable patients to pay smaller monthly allotments rather than one big payment up front. The advantage of payment plans is that they allow patients to undergo needed treatment immediately without breaking their monthly budgets. The disadvantage is that payment plans often come with interest rates. Before you sign off on any payment plan, be sure to review the interest rate and any penalties that will be applied if a payment is late or missed.

Dental Services

At University Dental Arts, we offer comprehensive dental services to patients, including:

  • Cosmetic dentistry: For our patients in Denver, porcelain veneers, Invisalign®, in-office and at-home teeth whitening, and dental bonding can improve the appearance of the smile.
  • Restorative dentistry: Dental restorations such as dental crowns, bridges, fillings, implants, inlays, onlays, and dentures can improve the health of the mouth. Additionally, we offer root canal therapy, gum disease treatment, and TMJ disorder treatment.
  • General dentistry: General dentistry care includes dental exams, cleanings, X-rays, oral cancer detection, custom night guards, and fluoride treatment.

Unfortunately, we can’t publish the exact costs of our services because pricing depends on the extent of treatment needed, the type of materials or technology that is employed, and how much coverage dental insurance will offer. To find out the cost of a specific service, we invite you to contact our Denver practice today. Dr. Redford will examine your teeth and gums and formulate a treatment plan, and then our staff will work with your insurance company to determine what is covered. At that time, we can provide you with an estimated cost of treatment.

Natural Looking Restorations for Dental Implants

Dental implant restorations offer a permanent and secure solution in tooth replacement. Dental implant restorations have the power to not only improve the aesthetics of your smile, but also the function of your teeth. If you are looking for a Denver cosmetic dentist for your dental implant restoration, we welcome you to schedule a consultation at University Dental Arts. In the meantime, here is an overview to help you decide if dental implant restorations are right for you.

Types of Dental Implant Restorations

Dental implants are surgically placed titanium posts, which act as a replacement tooth root. Dental implant restorations are attached to these posts to restore the look and function of your teeth. There are different types of dental implant restorations available to meet your specific needs. Dental implant restorations include single crowns to full sets of dentures.

Dental Crowns

For those only missing one or two teeth, dental crowns are a suitable option in dental implant restoration treatment. The process for using dental crowns for dental implant restoration includes surgically placing the dental implant post within the missing tooth socket of the jaw. The jaw is allowed time to heal and once healed, a permanent bond is formed between the bone and implant. Once fully healed, generally a few months later, the dental crown will be attached to the titanium post with an abutment to complete the treatment.

Implant-supported Bridges

Implant-supported dental bridges are another option in dental implant restorations. Implant-supported bridges are generally used to replace two or three adjacent teeth. With implant-supported bridges, a dental implant is placed to support the bridge. The bridge, which consists of two or three artificial teeth, will be attached to the implant to fill the space between the missing teeth . In cases when multiple teeth are missing, dental implants may be used to secure both ends of the bridge.

Implant-supported Dentures

For those requiring dentures, or, already wearing dentures, dental implant-supported dentures are a great option. Implant-supported dentures provide a secure, comfortable fit so you can eat your favorite foods and go about your daily activities with confidence. Implant-supported dentures attach within the mouth with three to five implants using either a metal stud or bar attachment. Implant-supported dentures can be removed for cleaning but will stay firmly in place while you eat and speak.

The Benefits of Dental Implant Restorations

For our patients in Denver, dental implants offer a number of benefits including increased confidence, aesthetics, and comfort. Here are just a few of the many benefits you can expect to experience with your dental implant restoration:

  • Increased confidence in the way your teeth look and feel
  • Enhanced aesthetics, as the dental restorations available at University Dental Arts are custom made to look natural and complement your face
  • Better function, as the dentures are permanently anchored down with dental implants
  • Improved comfort; no adhesives are required to keep the dentures in place

Schedule a Consultation

You can enjoy the comfort and confidence of having a full set of teeth. Schedule a consultation at University Dental Arts in Denver to see which dental implant restoration is right for you.

Aesthetic Flaws that can be Treated with Smile Makeovers

Smile makeovers are becoming more common than most people think. Advances in cosmetic dentistry have made is possible for dentists to create beautiful smiles that look completely natural. Denver cosmetic dentist David Redford uses high quality dental materials and effective techniques to treat tooth discoloration, misalignment issues, and missing teeth. Learn more about the treatments that can be performed to treat aesthetic problems.

Tooth Discoloration

While yellow and brown-toned stains that result from the use of tobacco products and dark-colored beverages such as soda, red wine, coffee, and tea are the most common, some patients have stains with a grayish hue and others have white splotches on the teeth. Gray stains are usually caused by medications such as tetracycline, and white stains may appear after wearing braces or due to excessive intake of fluoride as a child. The type of tooth stain that you have should be considered before a treatment plan is formulated. Yellow and brown stains respond best to tooth whitening; those with gray or white-toned stains may experience some improvement after teeth whitening treatment, but dental bonding or porcelain veneers generally offer better results in these cases.

Misaligned Teeth

Teeth that are misaligned as a result of overcrowding or spaces between the teeth can result in cosmetic concerns and oral health problems for patients. There are several treatment options that can properly align the teeth and bite; the ideal treatment will depend on the severity of the patient’s orthodontic issues. For gaps and mild crookedness, dental bonding or porcelain veneers are excellent options. For patients with moderate overcrowding, Invisalign® or traditional metal braces may be the best option. Patients with more serious alignment issues will probably require metal braces to pull the teeth into their optimal position.

Worn, Chipped, or Misshapen Teeth

The shape of the teeth has a real impact on the appearance of the smile. Patients that have naturally misshapen teeth, teeth that are different sizes, and asymmetry issues can benefit from the placement of porcelain veneers or dental bonding material to improve proportion. Similarly, for patients with teeth that have become chipped or worn over time, these treatments can be used to replace the lost tooth material and produce a more beautiful smile.

Missing Teeth

Patients that are missing teeth should seek treatment for the condition immediately to avoid the cosmetic and health problems that are common in patients who are missing teeth. The missing teeth should be replaced with a dental bridge attached to adjacent crowns, or crowns, bridges, or dentures that are secured to dental implants. It is important that patients replace their missing teeth before the underlying gum tissue and bone begins to degenerate, and the surrounding teeth drift out of position. Delaying care often results in further oral health problems that extend treatment time and increases dental costs.

For our patients in Denver, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, Invisalign®, and dental implants can enhance the appearance of the smile. To find out of you are a good candidate for these smile makeover treatments, contact University Dental Arts today.

Is Instant Orthodontics Really Possible with Veneers?

If you’ve dreamed of having a beautifully straight smile, but don’t want to endure wearing metal braces, instant orthodontics with porcelain veneers may be just the solution you’ve been looking for! For many patients who are unhappy with the appearance of their smiles, porcelain veneers are a wonderful option to dramatically and instantly improve the shape and evenness of the teeth. At the Denver cosmetic dentistry practice of Dr. David Redford, you will find the latest techniques to give you a gorgeous, healthy smile. Read on to learn how porcelain veneers are becoming increasingly popular as instant orthodontics.

Porcelain Veneers Used as Instant Orthodontics

Porcelain veneers are referred to as instant orthodontics because they can transform the look of your teeth within just a couple of dental visits, whereas traditional orthodontics may take more than a year to reach the desired results.

Instant orthodontics involves the use of porcelain veneers to create straight, even, perfectly shaped teeth. Porcelain veneers are thin, tooth-shaped coverings designed to mask dental imperfections and flaws. Each porcelain veneer is custom-made from impressions taken of your own teeth, allowing for a perfect fit and comfort. Once the customized porcelain veneers are completed, they will be bonded to the front surface of the teeth and polished for a flawless finish.

The Benefits of Instant Orthodontics Over Traditional Orthodontics

Instant orthodontics offer many benefits over traditional metal braces. Here are just a few of the most significant benefits of porcelain veneers:

  • Painless: The process for placing porcelain veneers is considered painless by most patients, with complete recovery within a day or two. Traditional braces require regular tightening over the many months the braces are needed, which can be very painful.
  • Quick: Once the porcelain veneers are ready to be placed, your instant orthodontics treatment can be completed in one dental visit with each veneer generally take 30 to 60 minutes to apply.
  • Instant Results: Traditional orthodontics may take nine months to over a year to achieve the desired results; with instant orthodontics you can have a straight smile by the end of one or two dental visits.
  • No risk for embarrassment: Instant orthodontics allows you to avoid the embarrassment of wearing unsightly metal braces. Because porcelain veneers are custom-made to look like your own improved teeth, your instant orthodontics will look completely natural.
  • Improved overall aesthetics: Traditional orthodontics cannot change the shape, size, or color of your teeth like porcelain veneers can. Not only can instant orthodontics be used to close gaps and create straight looking teeth, they can be used to hide many types of dental imperfections to improve the overall aesthetics of your smile.

Are You a Candidate for Instant Orthodontics?

For our patients in Denver, porcelain veneers are great option for creating beautiful, flawless smiles. Though instant orthodontics using porcelain veneers is the perfect treatment for many, it is not right for everyone. We welcome you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Redford to see if instant orthodontics treatment is right for you.