Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

At KFA Dental Excellence, we value your whole family. That's why we offer a variety of general, cosmetic, restorative, periodontal, orthodontic, and endodontic services for patients of all ages. From teeth cleanings to smile makeovers, mouth reconstruction, Invisalign, and more, we are here to keep everyone in your family smiling.

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Biannual dental cleanings keep teeth, gums, and the overall mouth healthy and fresh, and allow dentists to look for and address any issues early.

Dental exams are annual exams that check for tooth decay, disease, signs of oral cancer, bite and jaw issues, and overall mouth health for all ages.

Dental sealants are a simple way to protect your teeth from cavity and decay, block tartar, plaque, and bacteria, and maintain general oral health.

No matter what age you are, your entire family will receive the complete care their mouths need with our friendly family dental care program.

Night guards protect your teeth from nightly grinding and/or jaw clenching when you face tooth pain, headaches, neck pain, or other related issues.

Sedation can help calm even the most nervous patient, helping them to receive quality care without the fear and anxiety of the dental chair.

Nitrous oxide sedation is great for those that have fear and anxiety about going to the dentist or want to be more comfortable during long procedures.

Dental bonding and contouring allow you to repair chips, alter color, or adjust the shape of your teeth using a composite resin, enhancing your smile.

Composite fillings fill cavities and protect damaged and decayed teeth using a tooth-colored resin that matches the natural color of your teeth.

Inlays and onlays are used to repair, strengthen, and prevent further damage to teeth that need support that a filling can't provide.

Porcelain veneers are a strong, long-lasting, and easy way to hide chipped, crooked, stained, or decayed teeth, giving you a beautiful smile.

A smile makeover can help you improve your teeth by using whitening, veneers, orthodontics, dental restorations, and more to create a dreamy smile.

Philips Zoom! Whitening is a state-of-the-art technology that whitens teeth from food and drink stains, as well as age and medication discoloration.

Dental bridges can close the gap in your mouth due to missing teeth using a fake tooth that is supported by either your natural teeth or implants.

Dental crowns protect damaged, decayed, or weakened teeth and can assist in supporting a dental bridge, improving your oral health and smile.

A dental implant is a post in your gum or jawbone that acts as a tooth root, connecting to a crown, bridge, or denture to hide a missing tooth.

Dentures can increase your ability to eat, speak, and smile with a full or partial replacement of your teeth for a natural look and comfortable fit.

Implant-supported dentures connect to metal posts in your mouth that give you secure and stable teeth without the hassle of adhesives or paste.

A full-mouth reconstruction can alter the appearance, function, and health of your mouth by addressing critical issues in your teeth, gums, and jaw.

Hybrid implants are a full or partial long-lasting replacement for teeth, creating a natural look and aesthetically pleasing and functional mouth.

Gum disease can cause bad breath, sore or loose teeth, pain while chewing, and bleeding gums. If this happens, seek periodontal treatment right away.

Scaling and root planing fights the early stages of gum disease, gingivitis, by cleaning out the pockets of your gums and removing plaque.

Bone grafting adds bone to your jaw where there are missing teeth, creating a stronger jaw that is stable enough to hold implants or dentures.

When your gums appear in your smile more than your teeth, gum contouring can remove excess soft tissue, reducing your chances of infection.

Root canals are a way to remove pulp and decay from underneath your tooth, filling it in like a cavity and freeing you from pain and infection.

Invisalign is a great way to align your teeth without the difficulty and discomfort of traditional braces, using clear aligners to shift teeth.

3D impressions allow dentists to get a scan of your teeth using advanced technology for a quick, easy, and accurate model of your mouth.

An intraoral camera is a flexible device used to view the inside of a patient's mouth, taking images and videos for more accurate exams and treatment.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.