Teeth Whitening Albuquerque
Porcelain veneers can hide small chips and cracks, isolated discoloration, inconsistent shaping, and slight misalignment issues, creating an appearance of symmetry and health. You can be astounded by the tremendous difference just one or two veneers can make in the overall appearance of your smile.
A number of factors can cause your teeth to become stained. Genetics, age, and various food and beverages can diminish the brightness of your smile. We offer both in-office and at-home teeth whitening treatments that can eliminate these stains and accentuate everything you love about your smile.
Dr. Kelly can combine a number of cosmetic and restorative treatments to give you a bright, symmetrical smile that rejuvenates your entire appearance. In some cases, this approach can be incorporated into TMJ disorder treatment, giving you a smile that looks as good as it feels.
Dental crowns and bridges are an effective solution for missing, damaged, or decayed teeth. Through advanced dental technology, these restorations are stronger and more natural-looking than ever before. All-porcelain crowns can also be used to provide you with a balanced, comfortable smile.
Dermal Fillers and BOTOX® Cosmetic
Dermal fillers plump the skin to make wrinkles and lines disappear. BOTOX® Cosmetic can relax facial muscles to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. With special training in esthetic dentistry, Dr. Kelly can utilize these two treatments alone or in strategic combination to help you look your best.
Choosing a Cosmetic Dentist
Your smile is very precious, so it is certainly wise to do your homework before entrusting your teeth to a cosmetic dentist. Dr. Kelly has been performing cosmetic and general dentistry for over three decades, and is proud of his consistent five-star Google rating.
“We believe that every patient has infinite worth and should be treated with dignity and respect. We are dedicated to educating, creating awareness, and empowering people to make treatment choices that are consistent with their own beliefs, needs and desires.” Dr. Tim Kelly