We offer two types of teeth whitening at Glow: in-office and at-home. Both are professional methods designed to improve appearance and make your teeth many shades whiter. We want to be your choice for the cosmetic dentist Castle Rock has to offer, so give us a call today!
In-office whitening is fast and includes the use of bleach and UV lights. With at-home whitening, you can get similar results using a dentist-provided kit. Dr. Sharp must first create custom mouth trays for your home whitening treatment. To use them, simply fill them with the professional-grade whitening gel we provide, and place the trays over both your top and bottom teeth. You will need to wear the trays for a set period of time every day for roughly two weeks to complete the treatment, but you should start to notice a difference after just a few days!
At Glow Comprehensive Dentistry, we offer a free initial Invisalign consultation for all patients. Invisalign is not always the right treatment for every orthodontic patient. The purpose of your first visit with us is to discuss the Invisalign treatment process and determine whether Invisalign is right for you. With today’s advancements in technology, Invisalign is just as effective as traditional braces for about 90% of patients. If we determine that Invisalign is not right for you, we will be happy to discuss other options that better meet your orthodontic needs.
Since most patients hope that Invisalign will be a viable treatment option, we try to proactively anticipate this, and can usually take your dental moldings on the same day of your initial evaluation. Otherwise, we will coordinate calendars to schedule you for the required 30 minutes at a future time. If you’re considering Invisalign, Castle Rock’s premiere Invisalign provider has you covered.
Veneers are similar to bonding, and can be used for correcting discoloration, teeth that are spaced widely apart, or for broken teeth. They can also be used as an alternative to braces to correct minor crooked or overlapping teeth. Veneers are a durable, thin shell made of porcelain. Veneers get bonded to the front of your tooth.
Veneers are often chosen over bonding because of their durability. Veneers usually last five to ten years longer than bonding because they are made of porcelain. They are also more natural-looking because of how they reflect light.