Dr Blagoev’s before and after cosmetic treatment photos of the patients, utilizing “Lumineers” by Denmat Co.
Now You Have A Choice.

Pictured real patients of Dr. Blagoev

Many adults dislike their crooked teeth, and think the only solution is lengthy orthodontic treatment with braces. But thanks to improved technology and materials, Dr.Blagoev can now skillfully and quickly change crowded, crooked and missing teeth into beautiful smiles.
And cosmetic dentistry is no longer for front teeth only.

Pictured real patients of Dr. Blagoev

Those old silver fillings that make your back teeth dark and unattractive can now be replaced with state-of-the-art materials that will make your teeth stronger, healthier and more attractive.

Three of the most common procedures in cosmetic dentistry are bleaching, bonding, and and the application of Laminate Veneers.

Bleaching

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Pictured real patients of Dr. Blagoev

The procedure is simple:

Impressions are taken of your upper and lower teeth.

From the impressions, the doctor makes custom “trays”.

Then you are instructed on the use of your personalized, professional whitening system.

Bonding

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Pictured real patients of Dr. Blagoev

Corrects chips, cracks, and spaces. It is often completed in one visit and in some cases does not require the use of anesthesia.The process involves preparing the surface of the tooth with an etching gel, which will allow a composite resin to adhere. A blend of various color resins are used to retain a natural appearance. After the resin is applied, the doctor hardens it with a special light. The surface of the tooth is then smoothed and polished.

Laminate Veneers

Veneers correct the same problems as as bonding but they last longer. Veneers are tooth shaped shell coverings that are cemented onto the surface of the tooth.

Pictured real patients of Dr. Blagoev

3.”Lumineer” Smile Office.

The Crown and bridge treatment is a long-term method of replacing missing teeth. A crown is placed on an individual tooth (somewhat like a thimble over your finger) when there is no longer sufficient tooth structure to support a filling.

 

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