If your teeth are chipped, broken, stained, or otherwise damaged, you may wonder about the benefits of cosmetic dentistry. Rivas Dental Care, in Miami, offers cosmetic dentistry as one of our premier dental services. We strive to restore and protect smiles here at Rivas, and our dentists are trained in the most modern fixes to the most common problems. When you are able to smile at yourself in the mirror again, or snap that selfie with courage, our work is done.

Choose Rivas as Your Miami Cosmetic Dentist

Our office is frequently asked about common cosmetic dental services such as veneers, but our experience is far more reaching than that. Not only do we offer veneers to correct stains, gaps, and damaged teeth but we have twenty years of experience in Miami, offering a full menu of dental services that treat each client individually. We are able to give you the smile of your dreams by using veneers as well as metal free crowns and bridges, porcelain inlays and onlays, composite fillings, dental implants, and teeth whitening. Depending on your specific need, your dentist will assess, discuss, and implement the cosmetic dentistry services best suited to bring the brilliance back to your smile.

Take Steps Today for Your Smile

At Rivas Dental Care it’s our goal to give you the smile you want, and protect the smile you’ve got. Cosmetic dentistry doesn’t only restore your smile, it preserves it, because most of the services we offer are stain-resistant, and long-lasting with proper oral care. Don’t let another Miami summer go by before you schedule your consultation with Rivas Dental Care and ask about cosmetic dentistry. Your life might not depend on it, but your smile does!
Crowns are used to protect a damaged tooth as well as cover stained, broken, or weak teeth. A bridge essentially protects the space where a tooth is missing. These gaps allow the remaining teeth to shift or rotate, causing a bad bite. The dentist is able to use the remaining teeth, called abutments, as anchors for the bridge. Then replacement teeth, called pontics, cover the abutments, and fill the space between the abutments.

By choosing porcelain crowns and bridges, your dentist can match the replacement teeth to the color of the existing teeth, not only correcting the smile, but preserving it.

Traditionally a filling was comprised of metal amalgam, often called silver amalgam. This dark metal substance fills the cavities, but leaves unsightly evidence on the teeth. Modern porcelain inlays and onlays are custom made to match the existing teeth. They’re also more durable than traditional fillings!
Veneers are an ultra-thin shell cemented over the teeth that restore the smile when teeth are discolored, stained, chipped, cracked, worn, or crooked. They even fill gaps between the teeth. Veneers not only restore the smile with a smooth, even color, but these porcelain shells are difficult to stain, making them a popular cosmetic product, especially because they are low-maintenance. They are treated like regular teeth, needing to be brushed and flossed regularly to prevent damage.

A composite filling is a mixture of plastic and glass that is tooth-colored, and fills cavities as well as corrects misshapen teeth. The mixture is molded to fit the tooth and polished to prevent staining and wear.

Dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth. Dentures are removable and can be troublesome to use and clean, but implants are permanent and anchored into the gums just like teeth have roots. Replacement teeth are actually installed onto titanium posts, making them sturdy, more like teeth, and allowing easier speech and eating habits. They look and feel like real teeth, are more difficult to stain, and are easy to maintain with regular oral care habits.

Over the life of your teeth there are many reasons and habits that cause teeth to change color. In some cases all of the teeth lose their brilliant white. In other cases only certain teeth experience slight color variations. No matter the cause or effect, your dentist can return them to the white you’re so missing. Depending on the need, there are different options to consider. However, in some cases, such as trauma, teeth whitening may not be effective.

When it comes to oral health, your teeth and gum care is as much your job as your dentist’s. You have to live with your mouth, and you should be proud of your smile. Cosmetic dentistry is not about costly elective procedures. Most of the cosmetic care we offer at Rivas Dental Care, the premier Miami Dentist, is restorative and preventative. It’s about taking a step toward the smile you want, and protecting the smile you’ve got!

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