Our cosmetic dentist in Lexington, MA uses the latest dental technologies to help patients achieve their dream smiles. Our Lexington dentists provide a comprehensive range of dental services, so that we can meet all of your needs in our comfortable, conveniently located office. Our Lexington dental team provides preventative and restorative dental services for the entire family. From semi-annual dental cleanings, to white fillings and crowns, to root canal therapy, we have the treatments you need to maintain healthy, strong teeth. We also employ state-of-the art laser dentistry to enhance tooth and gum health. cleanings, to white fillings and crowns, to root canal therapy, we have the treatments you need to maintain healthy, strong teeth. We also employ state-of-the art laser dentistry to enhance tooth and gum health. We also know that cosmetic treatments can make patients feel more confident, and social, which is why we are happy to offer a wide range of dentistry options. Our cosmetic dentists can straighten your teeth with Invisalign, or perfect damaged smiles with porcelain veneers. Take years off of the appearance of your natural teeth with fast, comfortable, and convenient professional whitening treatments. Contact our Lexington dentists if you want to learn more about cosmetic dentistry; we tailor all cosmetic treatments to suit our individual patients. Cosmetic dentistry is the area of dentistry that helps patients enjoy their most attractive smiles. Common cosmetic procedures include: 1) Teeth whitening to eliminate stains and yellowing so teeth look whiter and brighter, 2) Veneers to cover cosmetic defects like chips, cracks, deep stains and uneven edges, to hide gaps between teeth, to improve the appearance of crooked teeth or to make short teeth appear longer, 3) Crowns designed to cover the entire visible portion of the tooth, correcting the appearance of broken teeth, large fillings, cracks and deep discoloration, 4) Crown lengthening and gum recontouring procedures to improve the ratio of the teeth and improve a “gummy” smile, 5) Tooth-colored fillings (sometimes called white fillings) to replace dark metal amalgam fillings with composite materials tinted to match natural teeth, and 6) Bridges, implants and dentures to replace missing teeth.