Brighten your life socially and professionally with a beautiful smile. With more than 40 years of experience, the team from James I. Armbruster, D.M.D., in Sterling, Colorado, excels in complete smile makeovers, dental implants, and more, giving you the smile you have always desired. Cosmetic dentistry, unlike plastic surgery, is not a major operation. Using today's dental techniques and procedures, we can change your smile in many ways, giving you an attractive and natural look that will make you feel more confident.
Find a reason to smile again. We have some of the most innovative cosmetic treatments available to treat stained, discolored, or dull-looking teeth; chipped, cracked, or worn teeth; missing teeth; general bite disorders; and old or unattractive fillings. We offer:
• Porcelain Crowns
• Porcelain Veneers
• Tooth-Colored Fillings
• Dental Implants
For those who are missing teeth, implants help restore health and beauty to your smile. Dental implants look and feel more like your own teeth. Unlike dentures or traditional bridges, implants are attached to your jawbone, so adequate bone in the jaw is needed to support your new implant. The ideal candidates have healthy gum tissues that are free of periodontal diseases.
Consisting of replacement teeth, a plastic gum area, and either metal clasps or other attachments, partial or full dentures can make eating and speaking easier for people who are missing some of their teeth. Partials are removable, making them easier to clean and care for.
One of the most successful of cosmetic dentistry procedures, porcelain veneers can fix all kinds of problems. Custom-made for you, they are used to cover chips and stains, as well as to change the length, shape, or color of your teeth. The smile you've been wanting can be yours in just one appointment with our veneers.
CEREC by Sirona Dental Systems™
CEREC is the world's only system that makes it possible to fabricate all ceramic dental restorations in one office visit. In a single visit, you can leave with a permanent, ceramic crown, onlay, or inlay. This means fewer injections, less drilling, and less time out of your hectic schedule for dental care.