Dr. Hilma Rodriguez’s Cosmetic Dentistry Services for Brockville
At the dental office of Dr. Hilma Rodriguez, we provide a number of services designed to create your ideal smile.
Teeth Whitening Services
Our office offers tooth whitening services designed to bring out your whiter, brighter smile. Zoom! and Ivory Teeth Whitening are available.
Straighter Teeth in Six Months
How would you like a straighter, more attractive smile in as little as six months? We now offer the Six Month Smiles® cosmetic braces system!
Now Offering Clearline Aligners
If your teeth are overcrowded and need to be realigned, Clearline aligners are the orthodontic system for you. Our office will create a personalized series of progressive treatment aligners based on 3D models of your teeth. The aligners apply light pressure to help move and correct your teeth.
Benefits of Clearline
Clearline aligners are comfortable to wear, have little effect on your speech, and are nearly invisible. The aligning trays are easily removed for eating and brushing. There is also online case management available, which allows for submitting of digital cases, reviewing and approving treatments designs, and communicating on your treatment. Other benefits include:
- Smooth and comfortable
- Brush and floss as normal
- 3D treatment planning with Good2Go
- Improved orthodontic hygiene
- Reduced risk of decalcification
- Decreased occlusal abrasion
- Excellent orthodontic control
- Improved anchorage
To learn more about Clearline aligners contact our office today!
Dental Crowns & Bridges
Another way to restore your tooth’s shape and size is with a dental crown. This tooth-shaped “cap” is placed over your tooth improving its strength and appearance. We cement the crown into place, fully covering the entire visible portion of your tooth that lies at and above your gum line. Dental crowns come in a variety of materials, and Dr. Rodriguez can help assist you in finding the right material for your case.
When you have missing teeth, a dental bridge may be the solution. Using two or more crowns, the bridge is attached to the natural teeth on either side of the gap left by the missing tooth or teeth. The crowns anchor the bridge to these natural teeth and are called abutment teeth. A false tooth or teeth, attached to the bridge, fits between them. The false teeth are called pontics and can be made of porcelain, alloys, gold, or a combination of these materials.