How State-of-the-Art Technology Can Transform Your Smile

With so many advances in the world of dental technology today, you can be confident in what we offer at VP Dental in Raleigh, North Carolina. During your visit with Dr. Valerie M. Preston and the rest of our team, you experience the most cutting-edge practices and tools for your general, restorative, and cosmetic needs. Our goal is to provide you with a pleasant, productive, and superior outcome.

Let’s look at how we can transform your smile with advanced technology.

General dentistry

From teeth cleaning to performing X-rays to providing care for your child’s oral health, our methods of care always use the latest technology. We’re fully equipped to give you a modern-day experience throughout your entire visit.

Today’s modern practices allow us to give you a comfortable visit while providing basic routine services or other painless procedures to enhance your oral health.

Our technology also allows us to go a step beyond by creating a more aesthetically pleasing look for your smile with cosmetic dentistry.

Cosmetic dentistry

We perform cosmetic dentistry to transform your smile if any of your teeth are:

Before we decide on the right corrective procedure for you, we first evaluate the condition of your oral health and consult with you about your needs and desires for your teeth. Our advanced technology options provide you with several choices.

Advanced technology options for general and cosmetic dentistry

With so many different oral health improvement techniques on the market today, we provide you with choices based on your needs. For example, for crooked teeth, we might recommend Invisalign, using clear, plastic trays to straighten your teeth. 

If you have a chipped or discolored tooth, we may use a simple process called bonding to repair your tooth and match it to your natural teeth.

To help restore the functionality of your teeth as well as enhance the appearance of your smile, veneers are a popular choice. Other restorative ways to repair your teeth may involve providing dentures, fillings, crowns, bridges, and implants.

We also have in-office professional teeth whitening treatments to keep your smile white and bright, or you can use our at-home treatments.

With so many state-of-the-art technology options, we have a solution for you.

In addition to using advanced technology to keep your oral health strong, we also encourage you to brush your teeth at least twice a day and to floss once a day. The basic routine of taking care of your teeth and gums at home can keep you ahead of developing issues in the future.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Preston and our team, contact us by calling 919-230-6121 today or use our convenient online scheduling tool. You can also send us a message if you have any questions or concerns by clicking here.

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