• Cosmetic Dentistry

  • The best way to make a great first impression is with a good looking smile. Dr. Enneking's extensive knowledge from over 30 years in dentistry is unsurpassable. You can trust Dr. Enneking as well as their staff to transform your smile and give you the confidence you need to take on whatever life may have in store.
     
    If you are interested in a straighter smile, a whiter smile, or otherwise improving upon your existing smile - we can help! 
  • Teeth Whitening

    Improving the whiteness of the teeth is one of the most requested cosmetic procedures. Teeth whitening (or bleaching) is a simple, non-invasive treatment used to change the color of natural tooth enamel and is an ideal way to enhance the beauty of your smile.
     
    You may be interested in teeth whitening if you notice:
    • Normal wear of the enamel
    • Stained teeth due to medications
    • Yellow, brown stained teeth

    Zoom!® Professional Teeth Whitening

    Teeth age as we do, so the accumulation of stains is natural—but we can lift them.
    Philips Zoom! is the #1 requested professional whitening brand, and that’s what we carry and use in our practice. Years of accumulated stains can be lifted in just one in-office treatment. Reveal a dazzling smile up to 8 shades lighter with Zoom!
     
    Benefits of professional whitening:
    • You can skip trying products that don’t give you a noticeable difference.
    • Philips Zoom! whitening has been clinically shown to produce less (or no) sensitivity.
    • Relax in the chair, and after just 45 minutes, you’ll leave with a brighter smile.
    • To keep your smile gleaming, you can use take-home treatments, too.
  • Invisalign®

    Dr. Enneking and Dr. Eubank are general dentists with training in Invisalign clear aligners. Invisalign is an amazing teeth-straightening option for people who don’t want the inconvenience or unsightliness of traditional braces. Utilizing nearly invisible plastic aligners, the Invisalign system discreetly moves teeth into proper alignment over the course of a few months. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten. You just pop in a new set of aligners every few weeks, until your treatment is complete. You’ll achieve a great smile with little interference to your daily life.

     

    Why Patients Prefer Invisalign

    Invisalign clear aligners can remedy many orthodontic issues without the inconvenience of brackets and wires. Invisalign can be used to fix:
    • Gaps between teeth
    • Overbite
    • Underbite
    • Crooked teeth
    • Crossbite
    • Crowded teeth
    • Open bite

    Who can benefit from Invisalign?

    Choosing to straighten your teeth is a big decision that affects not only your appearance, but your lifestyle as well. As an adult, you may be looking for the best way to straighten your teeth without braces, to improve your smile for business and social reasons, or even for a special occasion like your wedding day. Take a moment to learn more about the entire Invisalign treatment process and how it can help you.

     

  • Veneers

    What is a veneer?

    A veneer is a thin covering for the front of your tooth made of porcelain or composite resin. They can be used to cover:
    • Chipped, cracked, or disfigured teeth
    • Gaps between teeth
    • Permanently stained teeth

    Porcelain Veneers

    Since a porcelain veneer is specially made by a dental lab, the entire process may take longer than that of a composite resin veneer. They are, however, very strong and not easily stained.
    To place your porcelain veneer, the dentist usually treats the front and sides of your tooth to remove a little enamel so there is room for your veneer to fit and look natural. Once any necessary adjustments have been made by the dentist, your custom veneer is then bonded to your tooth. If need be, the dentist can make some alterations during future appointments.
     

    Composite Resin Veneers

    Like porcelain veneers, composite resin veneers are thin coverings for your teeth, but the materials, process, and durability are different.
    Since the dentist uses composite resin materials to sculpt and bond your veneer in the office, the whole process may be done in as little as one visit.
    To prepare your tooth, usually less enamel is needed to be removed than when placing a porcelain veneer. It is hardened and bonded using a special light and then polished to resemble your surrounding teeth.
    Though they generally are not as strong as porcelain veneers, composite resin veneers can be quickly repaired if damaged.
     
    Let Dr. Enneking work with you to find the solution that is best for your smile!