Cosmetic Dentistry in Westminster, CO

Our primary concern is your overall tooth health, but we never underestimate the importance of having a smile you can show off. If you are ever covering your smile because of how it looks, let our skilled team help you create the perfect smile you’ve always wanted.

Here is a list of services we offer at New Season Dental:

Cosmetic Tooth Bonding
Bonding uses tooth-colored materials to replace missing tooth structure or hide cosmetically unappealing minor defects in a tooth — chips, discoloration, and even minor spacing irregularities. The composite actually bonds, or becomes one, with the rest of the tooth.

Crowns and Bridgework
A dental crown or “cap” is a covering that fits over a damaged, decayed or unattractive tooth. It can even replace a tooth entirely as part of dental bridgework.

Fillings seal a small hole in your tooth, i.e., a cavity, caused by decay. This prevents the decay (a bacteria-induced infection) from spreading further into your tooth and, if untreated, continue on to the sensitive inner pulp (nerve) tissue located in the root canal.

Gummy Smiles
Some people feel self-conscious about smiling because they believe their gums are too prominent. Gummy smiles may be caused by one or more factors relating to the gums themselves, the teeth, or even the lip or jaw.

Inlays & Onlays
There are times when a tooth suffers damage (from decay, for example) that is too extensive to be treated with a simple filling, but not enough to need a full-coverage crown. Inlays and Onlays are fabricated outside the mouth (generally at a dental laboratory), and then bonded to the tooth by the dentist.

Mouthguards for Adults and Children
A high-quality, custom-made mouthguard should be part of every athlete’s equipment. What’s a mouthguard? It’s a small protective device that fits over your teeth and absorbs the force of an impact, helping to protect the mouth from damage.

Porcelain Veneers
A veneer is a wafer-thin layer of super-strong porcelain that convincingly substitutes for natural tooth enamel. When bonded to your teeth, veneers can create a natural-looking, beautiful new surface.

Removable Dentures
Full or partial tooth loss can affect a person’s self-image and also increase the risk of developing nutritional problems and other systemic health disorders. Fortunately, there’s a reliable and time-tested method for treating this condition: full or partial dentures.

Smile Makeover
Smiling with confidence makes you feel great. A beautiful smile is also an important social and professional asset. Yet there are many people who avoid showing their teeth in public or in photographs because they don’t like what they see. If that describes you, then why not start the process of getting the smile you’ve always wanted with a smile makeover?

Snoring & Sleep Apnea
You know it instinctively: A good night’s sleep is essential for good health. It makes you feel rested and ready to take on the world. Yet many people don’t get the sleep they need. Sometimes this is related to sleep-related breathing disorders (SRBD) — their own, or those experienced by their sleeping partners.

Teeth Whitening
It’s hard to imagine anything more appealing than a sparkling, white smile. Yet our teeth rarely stay as white as we’d like them to without a little help. Fortunately, that help is available at the dental office.

If you experience ongoing pain in the area near your ear, your jaw or the muscles on the side of your face, possibly accompanied by a clicking or popping sound or restricted jaw movement, you may be suffering from TMD — an abbreviation for Temporomandibular disorders.

Tooth Contouring & Reshaping
The eye often seems drawn to the tiny chip in a front tooth; the slight mismatch in tooth size among adjacent teeth; the extra-pointy canine. If you find yourself staring at these subtle yet distracting features in your own smile, help is available — often with a minimally invasive, relatively inexpensive procedure known as tooth contouring (reshaping).

Tooth Decay Prevention
Tooth decay is often called the second most prevalent human disease, after the common cold. Without effective treatment it can lead to pain, tooth loss, and sometimes worse illnesses. Even today, it’s estimated to affect over a quarter of U.S children from ages two to five, and half of those aged 12-15.

Tooth Wear
With proper care, your teeth can last a lifetime, but some amount of wear as we age is normal. Wear starts with loss of the hard, translucent enamel that forms the outer covering of teeth and can progress to the softer inner tooth structure known as dentin.