Southwest Michigan’s Teeth Whitening Specialist
Give Your Smile a Makeover!
Fast Teeth Whitening with Zoom!
White teeth and a bright, youthful smile are high on most people’s dental wish lists. At St. Joseph Dentistry, we can help you whiten your teeth fast. Zoom whitening takes just a couple of hours, so you leave our office with teeth up to eight shades whiter. Zoom Whitening is perfect for people who don't have time for take home trays or whitestrips, or if you need whiter teeth on a deadline. Call us today to see if Zoom! whitening is right for you.
Deep Teeth Whitening With Kor!
Want to get your teeth their absolute whitest possible? The Kor Whitening Deep Bleaching System is the best available. Using a combination of take home bleaching with custom trays in conjunction with an in office session of power bleaching allows us to tackle even the toughest whitening cases. People who suffer from previously untreatable problems, like tetracycline stained, or severely darkened teeth, can benefit from these surprising results. Whether you have teeth stained from medication, age, or just want them the whitest possible, call today and ask about Kor Whitening.
Your options for dental bonding have never been better
Dental Bonding in St. Joseph MI
Composite fillings, enamel bonding, tooth colored fillings, white fillings - there are many names for adhesive dentistry. Adhesive dentistry has come a long way in 20 years. Not that long ago dentistry had about as much choice involved as Henry Ford’s first model T. He said you could have it in any color, as long as it was black. Today you can have fillings in any color you want, and most patients choose tooth colored. Advancements in bonding and filling materials have made composite fillings a predictable and durable alternative to metal fillings. We can help you choose the best option to suit your needs, and smile.
St. Joseph, Michigan’s Choice for Inlays and Onlays
Dental Inlays and Onlays
Advantages of an inlay over a traditional filling include: the ability to better manage the shape of the tooth between the teeth, the material used is stronger than traditional fillings, and possibly improved periodontal (gum) health.
Onlays were a popular restorative choice in the middle of the 20th century when gold prices and gold’s physical properties made it the best option available. By placing a layer of gold over the biting surface of the tooth the dentists were able to correct a number of problems while keeping the vast majority of the natural tooth intact. This kept as much of the tooth white as possible. Today we are placing more and more porcelain onlays, not because of aesthetic concerns, but because the more of your natural tooth we can save, the better in the longrun.