Cosmetic Dentistry

The services listed below are all considered Cosmetic in nature. Some of them may also be considered general or restorative dentistry, so will be listed under those categories as well.


A safe, non-surgical, and effective way to help smooth out facial lines, providing a more relaxed, refreshed look. Learn more about: Botox


Orthodontic devices made out of plastic, metal or ceramic, using constant pressure to move teeth into proper alignment. Learn more about: Braces


An artificial tooth, typically ceramic, held in place by using nearby teeth as anchors. Learn more about: Bridges

Composite Fillings

White, non-metallic fillings made of a composite material to seal and restore teeth. Learn more about: Composite Fillings

Cosmetic Dentistry

Any dental work that improves the appearance of a person's teeth, gums or bite, including whitening, straightening or veneers. Learn more about: Cosmetic Dentistry


An artificial tooth, often made of ceramic, made to replace a broken or missing tooth. Learn more about: Crowns

Dental Bonding

A powerful resin often used to repair chips, cracks, or spaces between teeth. Learn more about: Dental Bonding

Dental Implants

Replacement for missing tooth, usually involving a titanium post anchored to the jawbone, and a ceramic crown. Learn more about: Dental Implants

Gum Contouring

A procedure that can raise, lower, or even out the gum line when required. Learn more about: Gum Contouring

Incognito Hidden Braces

Discrete orthodontic braces placed on the backs of teeth to appear almost invisible. Also known as lingual braces. Learn more about: Incognito Hidden Braces

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays protect and restore large portions of the decayed tooth, much like a large filling. Learn more about: Inlays and Onlays

Invisalign® Treatment

A series of clear plastic orthodontic aligners, custom made for each person to straighten teeth effectively and almost invisibly. Learn more about: Invisalign® Treatment

Laser Whitening

An in-office procedure that is done using a whitening solution and a high intensity light. Learn more about: Laser Whitening

Take Home Whitening

DIY whitening kits using custom-made trays for each patient's teeth, often used multiple days in a row. Learn more about: Take Home Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Various methods to lighten the shade of teeth, requiring either single treatments or multiple applications. Learn more about: Teeth Whitening


Ultra-thin shells of ceramic, permanently bonded to the front of a tooth to improve cosmetic appearances. Learn more about: Veneers

White Fillings

White-coloured, non-metallic fillings made of a composite material to seal teeth for restorative or cosmetic purposes. Learn more about: White Fillings

Zoom! Whitening

A single, in-office whitening treatment that can have dramatic results in only an hour. Learn more about: Zoom! Whitening

Digital Smile Design

With Digital Smile Design (DSD), each individual patient's mouth can be clearly visualized through the use of high-tech imaging, along with the latest in three-dimensional modelling. Learn more about: Digital Smile Design