Your smile is a reflection of how you feel, and at Skyline Family Dental we want our patients to feel beautiful. Patients who feel great about their smile feel more attractive and experience a higher level of confidence. Whether you’re looking for a minor change or a full smile makeover, Dr. Overholtzer can help you achieve a smile that you’ll be proud to share.
Cosmetic Dentistry at Skyline Family Dentistry
Our dentist in Bishop offers a full range of cosmetic dentistry services, including:
Over time, your teeth, jaw and joints wear down, causing what bioesthetic dentists call chewing disharmony. Using the principles of Bioesthetic Dentistry, Dr. Gabriel Overholtzer can bring broken and damaged chewing systems back to optimum health. Ultimately, our aim is to create beautiful, natural-looking and lasting smiles for every single one of our patients.
If you want to enhance the beauty of your natural smile with brighter, more luminous teeth, we offer take-home teeth whitening tray options. Patients can whiten their teeth at their own convenience in the comfort of their home. Within a designated period of time, be it weeks or a month, you will see a stark difference in the hues of white in your smile.
These tooth-colored coverings that can be used to change or enhance the appearance of your visible teeth. Patients love our veneers because they are versatile and can accomplish multiple effects on your smile at the same time: covering up cracks, chips, discoloration, and reducing wide gaps. With veneers, we can reshape your smile tooth by tooth until you have the perfect celebrity smile you’ve always wanted. using CEREC technology, you can trust your veneer will blend in seamlessly
Have gaps or minor chips in your smile? Composite bonding might be the treatment for you. This minimally invasive service is a convenient and affordable way to enhance your teeth. Cosmetic bonding uses a special composite resin that can be molded to improve the appearance of your natural teeth. Helping you achieve a more beautiful smile, even if your smile has become damaged by decay or by an accident in the past.