Cosmetic Dentistry

Delray Beach Discovers the Beauty of a Perfect Smile

Cosmetic Dentistry Page

What do YOU WANT from YOUR SMILE?

More even? Brighter? Whiter? More aesthetically appealing?

Getting the smile you’ve always wanted is easy as a patient at Zarina Staller Dentistry in Delray Beach. Over the years, your teeth are subjected to numerous damaging, dulling, and detrimental effects from lifestyle and environmental habits. Cosmetic dentistry can strip away the aging appearance of your teeth and revitalize your natural smile in ways you may not have realized. You’ll discover a whole new smile that’s all your own – free from imperfections, unevenness, discolorations, and other cosmetic issues.

Dr. Staller knows how to make a real difference in your smile with cosmetic dentistry. Let her redesign your smile with a combination of skill and artistry unlike any other dentist you’ve ever been to. Our cosmetic dental services not only improve the way your smile looks, but they also promote longevity of your oral health.

We believe that oral health and a beautiful smile are not mutually exclusive, and instead work together to create a mouth that’s healthy and happy. When you opt for cosmetic treatments, we’ll create a customized plan that is just what you need. Each treatment is unique to you – because your smile is all your own.

Whether it’s a subtle change or something more dramatic, our team is ready to help you find your confidence in your smile and be proud to show it off. Contact us today to discuss the best cosmetic options for your smile and oral health.

Composite Veneers

Composite veneers are similar to traditional porcelain veneers in the way they improve the appearance of your smile and correct imperfections in your teeth. However, this method uses composite resin instead of dental ceramic, and the process is a little different – though still comfortable. Unlike porcelain veneers, which are applied in a single sheet, composite veneers are layered onto the surface of the tooth and then sculpted to create a natural aesthetic. This option is excellent for patients with chipping or discoloration of the natural enamel and is just one of many offerings for smile enhancement. Another major benefit to this option is the convenience. It’s done in one visit and at a lower cost than traditional veneers. Dr. Staller has gone through extensive training to be able to offer this service to her patients.

Lumineers

Lumineers are a brand of dental veneers that are ultra-thin – around the same as a contact lens – and improve the appearance of your smile by correcting cracks, gaps, and chips in your tooth enamel. Lumineers are custom-made and the entire process can be completed in as little as two visits, making them a convenient choice for smile enhancement. Because they are highly translucent, they appear natural and are extremely durable with regular care. Find out if you are a candidate for Lumineers!

Full-Mouth Restorations

Don’t worry if you need a lot of work. Your smile will thank you, especially when you discover the brilliance a full-mouth restoration can uncover. We create an individualized plan of treatment for your full-mouth restoration, and each tooth will be healthier and more beautiful by the end. Your whole smile will feel complete and fabulous, no matter how much or how little work you need. And since the restoration is unique to you, you’ll only have the services you need – there is no one size fits all – approach to our dental services! The best part…all of this can usually be done in as little as two visits!

Crown Lengthening

This treatment is necessary when you require a restoration, but you don’t have enough healthy enamel available. Dr. Staller can alter the tissue near the bone, exposing more enamel above the gum line, creating a more stable foundation for restorations and an even smile. Crown lengthening is part of a wide range of recontouring and reshaping services that demonstrate Dr. Staller’s artistic talent in dentistry.

Gum Recontouring

Does your smile look too gummy? Is the ratio of enamel to gum tissue “off”, making your smile appear less even than it should? By readjusting your gum tissue, Dr. Staller can create a harmoniously balance between teeth and gums, and make your smile look more perfect. Many patients require only a small amount of recontouring, as a little goes a long way in altering your smile. This treatment can also be part of a periodontal therapy plan, as it lessens the gum pockets and makes them easier to clean and aids in treatment of gum disease.

Composite Bonding

Artistry at its finest, composite bonding is one way that Dr. Staller can dramatically improve your smile with just a little touch of her hand. By skillfully sculpting composite resin onto your tooth enamel, Dr. Staller repairs cracked, chipped, gapped, or discolored teeth quickly and easily. She’ll polish the tooth-colored resin so it naturally blends in with your teeth, instantly revitalizing your teeth.

Tooth Recontouring

Even out your smile with a tooth recontouring procedure. We’ll change the size, shape, or length of your teeth by gently removing minimal amounts of tooth enamel. This balances your smile, correcting misaligned or overlapping teeth. Often, this treatment is effective at altering the canine teeth (often referred to as “fang teeth”), which are a common problem, as they can be irregular in length.

Smile Whitening

The popularity of teeth bleaching treatments are on the rise, but how do you know which is most effective? Dr. Staller offers safe, tested, and professional teeth whitening options to brighten your smile and revitalize the sparkle of your pearly whites. Discoloration can result from a variety of causes, including nutrition, lifestyle, medication, and genetics. The whitening process begins in the office, where Dr. Staller shows you how to use the take-home trays and whitening gel. Once treatment is complete, Dr. Staller pulls up the shade guide tooth to compare your current smile to what it was! Reverse the effects of aging, discolored teeth with professional smile whitening treatments from Zarina Staller Dentistry.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers are an excellent way to bring a new life to your smile. The veneers are made of porcelain and are cemented in place to cover any stains or unevenness. But Dr. Staller realizes that this is an important and sizable change to your teeth. She will not permanently cement the veneers in place until you are able to see what your teeth look like with the veneers on, and you love it!

Porcelain Inlays/Porcelain Onlays

There are some cases where the area of decay may be too large to restore with a traditional filling. In these circumstances, Dr. Staller may recommend an inlay or onlay restoration. Made from porcelain, these restorations enhance the strength of your teeth, and are more structurally sound than traditional composite fillings. If you have old silver fillings, we can replace them using onlay restorations as well. Onlays extend over the cusps of the teeth to the gum line, while inlays cover the biting surface of the tooth up to the cusps. Ask us if inlay or onlay restorations are right for your current situation!

Dental patient testimonials

Ashley

After having two different consultations with other doctors that recommended between 8 to 10 porcelain veneers for my cosmetic case, Dr. Staller told me something that I never expected to hear! She only recommended 4 porcelain veneers as a conservative approach! She told me my teeth are extremely healthy and the other teeth only needed minor adjustments. Here I was looking for somebody to give me the best price on 10. What really convinced me to go with Dr Staller were her final words: “Let’s try a conservative approach and if you not happy with the results we can always do the rest of the teeth”. Sure enough…her confidence with my treatment paid off! It’s been a year since she did my 4 veneers and nobody can tell! They look extremely natural and I’m thankful that she didn’t need to do anything else! I always heard Dr Staller was conservative but I wasn’t sure what that meant until I met her! I’m very happy I found her!!

New Procedures

Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice and you may have seen this during your visits to our office. Our infection control processes are made so that when you receive care, it’s both safe and comfortable. We want to tell you about the infection control procedures we follow in our practice to keep patients and staff safe.Our infection control processes are made so that when you receive care, it’s both safe and comfortable. We want to tell you about the infection control procedures we follow in our practice to keep patients and staff safe.

Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and  Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). We follow the activities of these agencies so that we are up-to-date on any new rulings or guidance that may be issued.

You will notice several changes when you next visit our office. We have made these changes to protect you and our staff:

  • We will reach out to you before your appointment and ask pointed screening questions. When you arrive we will ask you those same questions again.
  • Everyone entering the office will be asked to sanitize their hands upon arrival. We will provide hand sanitizer or access to soap.
  • Appointments are being scheduled to allow for social distancing between patients. That might mean you are offered fewer options when scheduling your appointment.
  • We are allowing greater time between patients to give us the ability to thoroughly clean and disinfect the office.
  • We may ask any companions accompanying you to remain outside the office during your visit in order