What You See And What You Don’t in Phoenix

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If you have had restorations, orthodontia, or a complete cosmetic dental smile makeover, you want people to notice the outcome – your sensational smile. There is a lot, however, that is going on behind the scenes. Today’s post from The Norterra Dentist talks about three vital smile makeover components that are not readily apparent when you smile but are often necessary for a successful result.

Invisible Braces
Not everyone in North Phoenix wants to flash a metal smile while their teeth are being straightened. Invisible braces keep your secret safe because it is nearly impossible to see them while they are being worn.

White Fillings

If you have metal fillings, you might be interested in replacing them with composite fillings that match your surrounding teeth. You can’t undo the decay, but you can make the metal disappear.

Tooth Implants

A dental implant is a metal (usually titanium) rod implanted into the bone to replace the missing root after a tooth extraction. The crown and supporting structure are securely and permanently attached to the post. Titanium is super strong and well tolerated by the jaw bone. When the final crown is placed, your new tooth is indistinguishable from the others. Dental implants have many important advantages over dental crowns. If you are missing teeth, schedule a consultation with doctor Dr. Mann to discuss your options.

The Norterra Dentist is located at 2370 W Happy Valley Rd Ste 1073 in North Phoenix. We have been providing first-rate dental care since 2013. In addition to the services previously mentioned, ask us about veneers, tooth whitening, and sedation dentistry. We look forward to meeting you. Call us today at 623-780-3333.

CONTACT THE NORTERRA DENTIST:

(623) 780-3333

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2370 W Happy Valley Rd #1073
Phoenix, AZ
85085

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