Our dentists here at Dr. Sims Dentistry are skilled, experienced cosmetic dentist that can help to improve your appearance, your smile, even your self-esteem, and confidence. Today, cosmetic dentistry has continued to evolve from simply replacing and restoring damaged teeth to covering a wide scope of esthetic procedures. Today’s cosmetic dentistry includes tooth whitening, bonding, tooth-colored restorations, fillings, porcelain veneers, orthodontics, dental implants, and more. You may be surprised by how dentistry has evolved and what can be done.
At Dr. Sims Dentistry we believe that esthetic dentistry must complement the overall general and oral health of our patients, and do no harm. We strongly encourage treatment decisions based on the foundation of evidence-based protocols combined with sound clinical judgment. We also strongly encourages that cosmetic dentistry integrate interdisciplinary medical and dental treatment to enhance outcomes and minimize the loss of healthy human tissue. That means that we provide minimally invasive treatment protocols, when and where appropriate, we ensure that patients are consistent with their long-term health. Finally, we encourage the use of innovation in technology and materials to deliver dentistry that is predictable and long lasting.
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