Greenville area practice offers wide range of cosmetic dentistry solutions
Drs. John Palmer and Daniel Knause of Palmer Distinctive Dentistry are excited to provide not only general and restorative solutions for their patients, but cosmetic options as well. A cosmetic dental practice can focus on both health and the appearance of the smile. This Greenville area practice offers a wide selection of aesthetic treatments for you and your family, and encourages new patients to learn about some of the following services and their impact on the smile.
When malocclusion is a concern, many patients avoid traditional braces. Our team is proud to provide Invisalign. It is a revolutionary alternative to conventional braces and provides individuals with a discreet solution. This is because Invisalign utilizes clear plastic trays to reposition the teeth when mild to moderate malocclusion is present.
Replacing missing teeth is often done with dental implants. Our practice places and restores them, allowing patients to have all their work done in one facility. Dental implants at our practice are made of zirconia, a high quality ceramic.
Dental Crowns and Bridges
Crowns can be used to cover and protect natural teeth, or integrated into dental bridges. Both are made in-house, same-day with the use of our CEREC technology. Crowns and bridges are commonly used to restore the smile and are sometimes even covered by dental insurance.
A bright smile exudes beauty and confidence. Instead of using over-the-counter products, which often fail to provide noticeable results, our practice provides in-office and take-home trays using the popular KöR bleaching system.
Imperfections of the smile can be improved by disguising them with facings. These facings are called porcelain veneers and can cover problems such as misaligned, fractured, or permanently stained teeth.
Inlays and Onlays
When a conservative method is needed to repair a tooth’s structure, inlays and onlays may be suggested. Inlays and onlays are made of zirconia in-house using our CEREC milling machine. These can be used as a less invasive alternative to crowns.