If you would like to learn more about preventative, restorative, and smile enhancement treatment procedures performed by Danville cosmetic dentist Dr. Stephen Snow, then be sure to take a look at these instructional videos. These short informative videos are an ideal resource to help you visualize and understand more about how the Snow Dental Care team helps patients from Danville, Alamo, San Ramon, Blackhawk, the San Francisco Bay, and beyond to achieve and maintain healthy and attractive smiles.
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Learn how custom-made thin layers of ultra-strong ceramic material bonded to your teeth to improve the shape, color, and luster of your teeth with a beautiful and natural-looking new surface.
If you have lost a tooth, dental implants may be the answer. Learn how a small titanium root replacement is inserted to fuses to underlying bone and then support a crown restoration to help restore function and beauty of your smile.
Learn how tooth whitening procedures can lighten the appearance of your teeth for a brighter smile and improved self-confidence.
Straighter teeth without wearing braces? Learn how a set of clear plastic trays can provide a discrete method for improving many tooth alignment problems. Since they are nearly invisible during treatment, you can still feel confident in social and professional situations.
Strengthened composite material can be bonded and blended with your natural tooth structure. Learn how this cosmetic bonding can be layered and sculpted to create conservative undetectable restorations that match color and contour of your real teeth.
Crowns & Bridgework
When a significant amount of a tooth has been damaged, a crown can often be used to cover, protect, and restore it. Learn how crowns can even be used anchors for bridges—one option for replacing missing teeth.
If you have lost several teeth, learn how custom-made dentures can be designed to replace those teeth and to help restore your ability to smile, eat, and speak more naturally.
Tooth alignment problems can be genetic or acquired. Jaw growth and development can contribute to crowding or excess spaces as well. Fortunately, orthodontic treatment can help overcome dental malalignment for better chewing and easier cleaning—all with a more attractive smile.