Our White Lake cosmetic dentists offer patients numerous options for improving the look and feel of their teeth and smile using state-of-the-art cosmetic techniques. These advanced cosmetic dentistry procedures are performed by cosmetic dentist James A. Bedor DDS — right in our White Lake dental office.
Nothing is more frustrating than trying to hold back a smile because you don’t want others to see your stained or discolored teeth. Today’s modern cosmetic dentistry techniques performed by our experienced White Lake cosmetic dentist provides you with numerous options for enhancing your smile.
Would you like to boost your image and confidence with brighter, straighter and whiter teeth? Our knowledgeable and professional staff will take the time to help you decide which options are best for you and your smile.
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Teeth whitening remains one of the most popular cosmetic procedures used to make teeth whiter, brighter and more attractive. Bleaching can also be used to whiten stained and discolored teeth, or simply to enhance a dull smile. Either way, teeth whitening is a safe and relatively painless procedure that is ideal for most patients. Learn more about teeth whitening in White Lake here.
Snap-On Smile provides Dr. James A. Bedor with an easy and pain free treatment to help patients achieve a beautiful smile. This process was invented by a dentist who realized that not everyone can afford thousands of dollars to get a Hollywood smile make-over. Learn more about Snap-On Smile here.
Veneers are a widely used cosmetic dental procedure in which our White Lake cosmetic dentist places a covering over the outside, visible area of the tooth. Porcelain veneers are usually only applied to teeth that will be visible when a patient is talking or smiling. Learn more about porcelain veneers here.
Cosmetic bonding involves adhering composite resin material — matched to the color of the tooth — to the front of the tooth. Bonding may be done to repair damage caused by decay, to alter a tooth’s alignment, to close gaps between teeth or for cosmetic purposes. Learn more about cosmetic bonding here.