Aesthetic Dentistry

Aesthetic Dentistry

Aesthetic Dentistry

Amazing Cosmetic Dentistry in Brea, CA

Experience Only The Best In Cosmetic Dentistry In Brea, CA

Aesthetic Dentistry, Brea, California

A recent study shows that 57 percent of Americans are so insecure about their teeth that they cover their mouths every time they laugh. Another fifty percent keep their mouths shut when they smile. If that's not telling enough, a whopping 81 percent of people believe their teeth look unattractive in photographs. We're here to help bring those numbers down, starting with you!

Whether you're looking for a cosmetic dentist to help you with teeth whitening, veneers or Invisalign, Gold Coast Dental Brea has your back. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is equipped with all the right tools to enhance your pearly whites and boost your confidence while we're at it. Trust us to handle all your concerns; we'll make sure that you're experiencing the utmost in dental care.

We Offer You The Utmost In Beauty

Feel like royalty as we serve your every need

At Gold Coast Dental Brea, we want to make sure that your every dental concern is addressed, and that you're fully satisfied with your experience with us. Our caring and considerate staff is fully equipped to provide you with the very best in cosmetic dentistry services. Whether you need a crown or dental implants, we have you covered at every turn. Schedule an appointment with us and see why our offices are the talk of the town. We're waiting to hear from you!

The Magic of Invisalign

Perfect your smile in secret, with invisible braces!

Millions of Americans have chosen Invisalign to correct their smiles, and the service's ever-growing popularity proves the satisfaction of its patients. Invisalign functions similarly to braces, by gently moving your teeth in the right direction. However, the similarities end there, as Invisalign is designed with your aesthetic appearance during treatment in mind. Rather than messing around with metal brackets and wires, Invisalign is a series of clear, flexible plastic aligners exchanged approximately every two weeks. Each aligner is shaped a little differently than the previous one, bringing the patient closer and closer to their ideal smile. While there is some care and maintenance involved with these plastic trays, many patients find this method far preferable to traditional metal braces. Here's why:

Unlike metal brackets, Invisalign won't cut the inside of your cheeks and lips because the trays made from smooth plastic. Invisalign is removable, so you don't have to spend 24 hours a day with a dental apparatus in your mouth. You can eat anything you want. Unlike braces, which restrict certain foods like popcorn, Invisalign allows you to consume any food or beverages you like, as long as you remove the plastic aligners first. The main perk of Invisalign is, of course, the fact that it's practically invisible! Feel confident knowing that your secret is safe with us. The advantages of Invisalign are undeniable. If you're suffering from crooked or crowded teeth, and the idea of invisible braces appeals to you, try Invisalign! Give us a call at (562) 356-0948 to set up your appointment today.

  • How do veneers work?

    Dental veneers are wafer-thin coatings designed to cover the front surface of teeth and improve your smile. These coatings are bonded to the front of the teeth to change their color, shape, size, or length.

  • Do celebrities have veneers?

    Yes, many Hollywood A-listers have veneers, including Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, Ben Affleck, and Catherine Zeta-Jones... and they're all the better for it!

  • How long do you have to wait to eat after getting veneers?

    Please allow one to one and a half hours for the veneers to set before eating.

  • Does teeth bonding pose any risks?

    Dental bonding doesn't pose any significant risks. However, the composite resin isn't as durable as a natural tooth, so it's still possible for this material to chip or separate from your tooth. Take care when eating, especially hard items like candy.

  • Who is ineligible for Invisalign?

    If you're trying to fix short, round, or pegged teeth, it's possible that Invisalign may not be able to get a good grip on them. Also, if your teeth are rotated past 20 degrees in your mouth, then Invisalign alone won't be able to move them into proper position.

  • What kind of procedure is used to treat excess gum tissue?

    Crown lengthening is a common procedure that involves sculpting the gum line to reveal more of the crown. It also makes the smile appear more symmetrical. Gum contouring sometimes also achieves this effect.

  • Can aged, yellow teeth be whitened?

    While teeth whitening can be very effective in many circumstances, whitening teeth yellowed due to aging is not the same as bleaching out stains. If you find that teeth whitening is not as effective as you would like, you may want to consider veneers.

  • What kind of procedure is used to treat a receding gum line?

    With open flap scaling and root planing, the dentist folds back the gum tissue, removes harmful bacteria from the pockets, then secures the gum tissue back in place. Another procedure involves restoring the lost bone and tissue.

  • What's the difference between veneers and Lumineers?

    A Lumineer is a type of porcelain veneer that is thinner, cheaper, and faster to apply than a typical veneer. It also doesn't require trimming of your natural teeth, which veneers require. However, they are not as long-lasting as regular veneers.

The Whitest Teeth You Know

Our dazzling teeth whitening procedures are second to none. See why.

Drinking coffee, tea, or red wine can stain teeth over time. So can smoking... or any number of things, really. The fact is, it's pretty tricky to get through life without staining your teeth! If you're reading this, you probably want to have whiter teeth. It's just a statistical likelihood. Teeth whitening is the number one requested service in all of cosmetic dentistry. That trend isn't likely to change anytime soon -- 80% of Americans aged 18 to 49 want to have whiter teeth. So how does the procedure work, and what does it look like? First off, there are a lot of myths and misinformation about teeth whitening out there.

Some believe that teeth whitening actually causes damage to one's teeth. The fact is, as long as you're using dentist-approved methods, your teeth whitening procedure should not cause any harm. Also, the process doesn't happen overnight; it can take a few 30 to 60-minute office visits to achieve the best results. In other circumstances, however, it can all be done in one shot! The procedure begins with getting a tooth whitening gel applied to your teeth. The gel contains between 25% and 45% hydrogen peroxide, the main active ingredient in bleaching products. After the gel is applied,

a special heating lamp is aimed at your teeth for roughly twenty minutes. Then the gel is reapplied until this process has been repeated three times. During the whole process, a protective barrier is used during the procedure to keep your lips, gums, and tongue away from the gel that's applied to your teeth. While a variety of over-the-counter teeth whitening products exist on the market, the American Dental Association recommends doing your whitening with a dentist as the safest and best option. Our dental office has the best resources available to ensure that you enjoy a superior teeth whitening process.



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