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Cosmetic Dentistry

Best Cosmetic Dentistry Treatment provider in Kirkland, WA area

We know a great smile when we see one. And attractive smiles -- those with evenly spaced teeth, free of dark discoloration, chips, and other imperfections -- are highly valued in most societies. In fact, researchers have found that others remember a winsome smile more than great skin or luxurious hair. Make a great, lasting impression with cosmetic dentistry services at Kingsgate Dental Clinic in Kirkland, WA.

Whiter teeth

After discussing your goals with you and evaluating the health of your teeth and gums, Dr. Ann Kelley may determine you are a great candidate for teeth whitening. Professional-grade bleaching gels may be all that you need to dramatically improve the appearance of your smile and overall facial appearance. You will look healthier and rejuvenated.

Professional whitening is simple; trays or oral appliances are created from impressions or molds of your mouth. So, when placed in your mouth, they will fit the contours of your teeth and gums precisely and comfortably. There will be no irritation like with off-the-shelf whitening trays that are designed to “fit all mouths.” We will show you how to insert the bleaching gel into the trays. This powerful peroxide-based gel is delivered evenly to the teeth. When worn daily as directed by Dr. Kelley, your teeth will gradually appear whiter. Most patients get the results that they want within about a week. This approach is convenient, and you can whiten from the comfort of your couch. It minimizes the risks associated with in-office treatments or OTC products (such as tooth sensitivity and gum irritation).


Cosmetic Dentistry in Kirkland, WA
Fact or myth? If you have a cavity, you will know it. Myth, Mild tooth decay has no symptoms. Sensitivity begins to occur when the tooth decay is already causing damage to the nerve. Today’s dentistry prevents tooth decay with sealants and other conservative methods. Fact or myth? Sugar is the prime cause of cavities. A fact and also a myth. Acid is the main trigger in producing the bacteria that causes cavities. The bacteria is then fueled by the consumption of carbohydrates. Sugar is a trigger in cavities, but carbs as a whole are the main cause. Fact or myth? Cavities are the prime reason for root canals. Myth. Root canals are a result of nerve damage. And untreated cavity could lead to nerve damage, but root canals are on set by number of different factors. Facts on myth? Brushing and flossing are the best way to prevent cavities. Fact. Fact or myth? Expensive toothpastes are always better than cheaper ones. Myth. Different toothpastes are better for different teeth in situations. Sometimes moderately priced toothpaste can be more effective. Ask the dentist about what might be best for your teeth. And always look for the ADA seal of approval. Fact or myth? If a tooth is white, it must be healthy. Myth. Under the surface there may be cavities, problems with the root or other abnormalities. Fact or Myth? Teeth whitening is harmful because it damages enamel. Myth. There are many modern teeth whitening processes that have minimal harmful effects. Teeth whitening isn’t for every mouth or person though. Consult the dentist before you proceed with whitening treatments. Fact or myth? Dentists should be feared. Myth. With today’s advancements in technology and safety practices there is nothing to worry about. Procedures are as quick and painless as ever. Fact or myth? You should visit your dentists at least twice a year. FACT.

Metal-free fillings

Dr. Kelley uses fillings that are made from composite resin. This material is durable, non-toxic, and cosmetically appealing. Unlike silver-colored fillings made from a mix of metals, including mercury, these non-metal fillings retain their beauty. They do not oxidize and darken over time. They also preserve the health of the surrounding tissues. In a conservative procedure, minimal natural tooth structure must be removed to prepare the tooth for a composite filling. After the tooth is prepared, the material is applied in layers and eventually bonded to the underlying tooth. We can perfectly color-match the material to the surrounding tooth. So, it blends in beautifully with the rest of your smile.

Stunning crowns

Crowns are a common restorative dental treatment. However, they may also be used to cover up very discolored teeth or to restore an irregularly shaped and oddly sized or otherwise worn-down tooth to its most attractive appearance. Dental crowns have the added benefit of providing protection and strength for lasting functionality and oral health. Our crowns are made from dental ceramics, such as porcelain. They are shaped to fit over prepared natural tooth structure.

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What our patients say about Cosmetic Dentistry Treatment

Dr Kelley is amazing, and there is always a positive energy at Kingsgate dental. I never imagined that my teeth would get better with age, but thanks to Kingsgate dental chewing meat is fun again. Love you all! Stefan G.
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We can also discuss alternative treatments, such as porcelain veneers. All treatments start with a visit to our office. Call (425) 385-0080 to schedule your smile consultation today.

Your smile says a lot about you. To make the impression you want, make the most of your smile with cosmetic dentistry from Kirkland dentist, Dr. Kelley.
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Dr. Ann Kelley is a graduate of the Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska. She highly values the comfort of her patients, and places the needs of the patient above her convenience. Her dental clinic is built to bring the best and most comfortable dental experience to all her patients. She builds relationships with her patients based on trust and always acts to safeguard this trust.

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