Cosmetic dentistry focuses on restoring aesthetics and function to your smile. Dr. David Gallup, Dr. Adam Milmont & Associates at Hilltop Dental Care in Casper, WY provide a full range of cosmetic dental services. This includes smile enhancement and restoration options. Together, we can help you achieve the smile you have wanted, and help increase your confidence, while improving your dental health.
Our office utilizes state-of-the-art dental technology and equipment to ensure our patients receive the most modern dental care. We will work with you to determine which treatment options fit your needs and dental health. Every member of our team is committed to helping you achieve and maintain great oral health for life. We welcome patients from Casper, WY and communities across Wyoming.
This cosmetic procedure is used to change the color and shape of a tooth, while helping it fit seamlessly with the rest of the mouth. It is a simple, low-cost procedure. Dental bonding is ideal for patients with misshapen, broken, or cracked teeth. We use a composite material which can be polished to perfectly match the surrounding teeth.
A veneer is a conservative restoration option which can help correct a tooth’s imperfections. This includes stains, chips, and gaps. Typically made out of porcelain or other tooth-colored materials, a veneer is stain resistant and feels like natural teeth. Each veneer is custom fit to cover the front side of your tooth. If you are looking to make significant, permanent changes to your smile, veneers may be right for you.
Are you ready to achieve your brightest, whitest, and most confident smile? Zoom! professional tooth whitening can help you get the smile you’ve been dreaming of. This system uses light-activated gel to accelerate and enhance the whitening process. It is performed within our office and can be completed in as little as 45 minutes. This pain-free process can benefit almost any patients, and can help reverse stains on teeth caused by aging, coffee, tea, red wine, and tobacco use.
If time is not a factor for your teeth whitening, at home whitening might be perfect for you. This option is more economical and is a slower process, but still yields fabulous results.
Also called caps, dental crowns can be used on both front and back teeth. This restoration option is typically used on teeth that are severely decayed or broken, and those where a filling is no longer an option. A crown can be made out of a range of materials, including porcelain. A crown not only provides patients with a natural looking restoration, it restores the tooth’s strength and can last a lifetime.
Most crown procedures require two appointments, but our office is proud to feature same-day crown services. Our goal is to help restore your smile quickly and efficiently. Using CEREC technology, we are able to produce single tooth restorations in one visit. This means you do not have to bother with temporary crowns, dental impressions, or the inconvenience of scheduling a second appointment. This system works by taking a digital picture of your tooth, which is then converted into a 3D image that is used as a design for your custom-made restoration.
A dental bridge is used to replace one or more teeth lost to gum disease, injury, or tooth decay. Your dental bridge is permanently fixed in your mouth to restore speaking ability, chewing, and maintain your natural facial shape. Dental bridges are made from a range of materials including gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials. It is bonded to surrounding teeth for support. It is important to maintain good oral health to ensure a bridge’s long term success.
For patients missing teeth due to dental decay or extractions, dental implants provide a great, permanent restoration option. Dental implants consist of metal posts which are surgically inserted into the bone beneath the gums. In order to receive dental implants, you must have sufficient bone structure to support the posts.
We use a state of the art 3D X-Ray called a cone beam CT to evaluate the bone in the area, before implants are placed.
Dental implants can also be used to retain or support removable partial dentures and full dentures. In some cases, a special denture can be made that attaches to the implant making them essentially non-removable. The days of denture adhesive can be over for many patients. We would love to sit down with you and discuss how you might use dental implants to stabilize your denture.
For more information about dental implants, please visit our Dental Implants page.