Cosmetic Dentists Holland, MI

The goal of cosmetic dentistry is to improve the appearance of teeth that show when you smile and talk. If you have ever felt self-conscious about your smile, you owe it to yourself to request a consultation with one of our Holland, MI cosmetic dentists.

During your consultation, we’ll be able to discuss ways we can improve teeth in the “smile zone.” Click the links below to explore our cosmetic dentistry services or call the Lakeshore Dentistry at (616) 399-3946.

Cosmetic Dentistry Services

Cosmetic Bonding

We understand that your smile says a lot about your personality, which is why we often recommend teeth bonding to patients who want to correct slight chips, cracks, gaps, or other minor imperfections. Our cosmetic dentists can help you smile with confidence in as little as one appointment.

Porcelain Veneers

Veneers are wafer-thin porcelain shells we’re able to bond to the fronts of your teeth. Our cosmetic dentists may recommend porcelain veneers to cover teeth that are slightly chipped, cracked, discolored, or have other minor imperfections.

Removable Dentures

Dentures are removable oral appliances used to replicate the look and function of teeth. Whether you lost teeth to trauma or decay, you can trust our Holland, MI denture dentists to determine what tooth replacement options are best for you.

Teeth Whitening

Wish you could try teeth whitening at home? Request an appointment with one of our Holland, MI cosmetic dentists to learn if you’re a candidate for custom whitening trays. We understand that you have a busy schedule, which is why we provide the option for our patients to whiten teeth at home when it’s most convenient for them.

ZOOM! Teeth Whitening

We can help you achieve a noticeably whiter smile in just one appointment with Zoom whitening. If you’ve ever felt self-conscious about discolored or stained teeth, it’s time to request a consultation with one of our Holland, MI teeth whitening dentists.

Inlays & Onlays

Dental inlays and onlays are a good compromise for cavities that are too big for fillings, yet too small for crowns. The main difference between inlays, onlays, and fillings is that inlays and onlays are made in a lab instead of being molded directly onto your teeth.

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