24th Street Dental Biltmore
Welcome to 24th Street Dental Biltmore in Phoenix, Your Cosmetic and Restorative Dentist!
If you’re unhappy with the way your smile looks right now, you’ve landed in the perfect spot! Patients frequently desire to alter or correct cosmetic flaws they find unattractive. 24th Street Dental Biltmore offer a range of treatments, ranging from minor adjustments to extensive repairs, that can enhance your smile. These procedures are effective in dealing with issues like chipped, misshapen, discolored, or even absent teeth. Apart from enhancing the appearance of your smile, these procedures often resolve other oral health problems, such as an irregular bite. We are located at 4020 N 24th St #120, Phoenix, AZ 85016.
Invisalign® is a revolutionary orthodontic treatment that can straighten teeth effectively without the need for metal braces. Instead, it uses a series of custom-made, clear aligners that are worn over the teeth to gradually shift them into the desired position. Unlike traditional braces, these clear aligners are barely noticeable and can be removed when necessary. This means that you don’t have to worry about having a mouth full of metal brackets and wires. With Invisalign®, you can confidently go about your day knowing that your smile is being transformed discreetly.
A dental veneer is a thin shell that is placed on the front surface of a tooth to enhance the appearance of your smile. It is a great option for patients with various dental issues such as chipped, misaligned, worn down, uneven, gapped, stained, or abnormally-shaped teeth. Unlike full-coverage dental crowns, dental veneers only require a minimal removal of healthy enamel. 24th Street Dental Biltmore dentist, Dr. Donnelly, only needs to remove a small amount of enamel from the front of the tooth to apply the veneer.
All-on-Four is a quicker, more economical alternative to individual dental implants. Our mouths contain dozens of teeth, and in the dental world time is money: the length of time needed for each tooth to complete an implant can be long, and if bone density is an issue the wait time becomes even longer.