Cosmetic Dentistry Burlington

Be Your Best Self  

A healthy smile goes a long way! According to research, people who smile often live significantly longer lives than people who don't. Smiling relieves stress and keeps you healthy by boosting your immune system. Aside from these wonderful benefits, a smile affects your confidence and quality of life. Dr. Toong has helped hundreds of patients determine the right type of procedures to restore, correct and re-establish a healthy smile.

A smile makeover can involve a simple procedure of cosmetic correction, or can require a series of steps to achieve the best results. Dr. Toong will discuss a patient's unique situation with them, while considering a number of factors, to ensure optimum treatment. By restoring and improving the condition of your mouth, a much healthier and stunning smile can be yours!

Dr. Toong is dedicated to helping his patients achieve both a healthy smile, and a healthy life! Here are some of the cosmetic procedures offered at Asleep for Dentistry that are used to correct smiles every day. 

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a very common cosmetic dentistry procedure. Patients love to walk out of the office with a brilliantly brighter smile!

One popular whitening solution is Philips Zoom! Whitening. Zoom is a patented process that uses a special light to activate a treatment product applied to the teeth. This fabulous treatment can whiten teeth by up to 8 shades! It can even resolve the toughest of stains, leaving the patient with a stunningly radiant smile.  

Veneers & Bonding

Veneers, or veneer caps, are custom-made porcelain shells applied to the surface of the teeth. The purpose of these caps is to correct the smile line while improving the appearance of teeth positioning. Used for both cosmetic and treatment purposes, a veneer can strengthen a tooth that is worn down or chipped. Veneers can also protect the tooth's surface and strengthen both the tooth and the bite. Bonding is a process in which an enamel-like dental composite material is applied to a tooth's surface, sculpted into shape, hardened, and then polished.