Cosmetic Dentistry

We offer a full range of general, cosmetic, and specialty dental services under one roof. We always warmly welcome new patients to our practice and we accept most major dental insurance plans. Book your appointment today!

Cosmetic Dentistry in Airdrie

Sierra Dental Airdrie is a full-service dental clinic in Airdrie, offering Cosmetic Dentistry services.

Our goal is to help you improve your family’s smile and keep your teeth for life. We offer cutting-edge cosmetic services including ZOOM™ Teeth WhiteningVeneers/ComponeersFull Mouth Restoration and Cosmetic Bonding.

Our team of Airdrie dentists and dental hygienists take a personalized approach to your dental care and we want to make your visits with us as comfortable as possible.

Schedule an appointment online today or call our office at (403) 768-1000.

At Sierra Dental Airdrie, we have seen how cosmetic dentistry can help change some of our patients’ lives.

Our cosmetic treatments have given many of our patients increased confidence both personally and professionally.

After all, your smile is a genuine expression of goodwill to others. We’re here to make sure it’s the something you enjoy.

Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry Services

We care not only about giving you a beautiful smile, but a healthier smile as well.

Throughout your life, your teeth will go through a lot of wear and tear.

Don’t wait to fix a cavity, missing tooth, or damage to the surface of your teeth-our Airdrie cosmetic dentist will use proven procedures to repair your teeth and increase your health and confidence.

Our team is made up of skilled professionals who will make the experience as quick and painless as possible.

Whether you need a cavity filled or simply want to brighten your smile, Sierra Dental has a solution for you.

Zoom® Teeth Whitening

A bright, white smile can dramatically improve your appearance and give you a boost in self-confidence.

If you have stained or discoloured teeth, a teeth whitening procedure may be just the thing for you.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

We have several options that may be appropriate, depending on which issues you would like to correct.

A full mouth restoration can realign bites, straighten teeth, replace missing teeth, and can include veneers or crowns.

Veneers Calgary

Our smiles may have chips or stains, which are difficult to address without dental help, and can affect our confidence.

Fortunately, at Sierra Dental, we provide dental veneers and componeers which can help you address these issues!

Dental Bonding

This is a non-invasive and painless treatment that helps restore chipped or cracked teeth, change the shape of disproportioned teeth, and close spaces or gaps between teeth.

This service involves a tooth-coloured resin material being applied to the teeth and cured with a light heating process.

Evening & Weekend Appointment

We understand that you are busy and don’t always have time to visit a dentist for a routine checkup in the middle of your Monday. That’s why we offer extended hours and select Saturday appointments. 

Direct Billing To Insurance Plans

To support our clients, we offer direct billing, predeterminations of treatments, and financial arrangements to all our patients to ensure smooth and easy payment transactions.

Payment Plans & Financing Available

We understand that dental services can be an unexpected expense. That’s why we offer flexible payment plans and options to suit our patients’ needs. Speak with one of our dental assistants to learn more.

Contact Us

airdrieinfo@sierradental.ca

(403) 768-1000

1300 Market St. SE #113

Airdrie AB  T4A 0K9

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm interested in changing the shape of my teeth. What options are available?

Not everyone is happy with the smile they’ve been given. You may have chipped teeth, gaps between your teeth, or missing teeth that make it hard for you to smile. Maybe your teeth are smaller than the average teeth. You no longer have to live with your teeth the way they are.

A few options for changing the shape of your teeth include using to cap your teeth, using veneers, or reshaping your teeth. If your teeth are bigger than you’d like, reshaping removes small amounts of the enamel from your teeth to make them shorter or shaped differently.

How long does Zoom whitening last?

How long your Zoom whitening will last depends on how well you take care of your teeth. If you eat a lot of foods or drink a lot of coffee and tea, you will find that your whitening won’t last as long because you are continually re-staining your teeth. Smoking will also cause your whitening to fade faster.

By following your teeth whitening up with proper dental hygiene, and watching what you eat and drink, your Zoom whitening can last for a few months. You may also want to add a whitening toothpaste to your regular dental hygiene schedule for a little extra boost in whitening power.

Can Zoom whitening damage teeth or gums?

With all teeth whitening products, there are risks to your teeth and gums. By getting your whitening done at our dental office, you ensure that safe steps are taken to keep your mouth healthy. Teeth whitening solutions, like Zoom, are safer when used under the care of a dental professional.

It is when you are whitening too often or leaving the solution on for too long that you begin to risk the health of your mouth. The best rule to follow is to never whiten at home unless you’re using a product approved by your dentist and follow the directions.

How can I improve the whiteness of my teeth?

There are a few different options, things you can do at home or at the dentist when it comes to whitening your teeth. The types of foods you eat and drink, as well as smoking, can stain your teeth – by watching what you’re putting in your mouth, you can prevent some stains before they even happen.

Once your teeth are stained, you can use whitening toothpaste to gradually whiten your teeth. For a more permanent, or longer lasting whitening, we can whiten your teeth right here in our office. It is safer to have your dental professional whiten your teeth than to use store bought whiteners at home. They can discolour your gums, cause burns, and even damage your teeth.

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers, or porcelain veneers, are thin but durable shells that improve the look of your teeth by covering the front surface. They are then bonded to the teeth to keep them in place. Not all veneers are made from porcelain. There are resin-made veneers that are less resistant to stains than the porcelain type.

Veneers not only offer you the chance to have differently shaped teeth, but they can also be used to change the length, size, and color of your teeth. They are most commonly used to fix teeth that are discolored, worn down, broken, or uneven.

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