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Cosmetic Dentistry

Dental Implants

Dental implants are an extraordinary blend of science and art. Made of titanium, dental implants are securely anchored into the jaw and serve as roots for dental crowns. In many cases, dental implants – and mini dental implants, the smaller version -- are considered the best option for replacing missing teeth. They are also used to replace dental bridges or partial dentures, or to provide support for dentures. Dental implants offer several advantages over other tooth replacement options. They look, feel and function just like real teeth! With dental implants, surrounding teeth are left untouched. Finally, dental implants are exceptionally reliable. Year after year, dental implants have had high success rates and typically last 15-20 years.


Hampton Park Dental offers both in-office and at-home whitening treatments. While tooth whitening has become a trend of sorts, and Dr. Crossman has some strongly held opinions on the subject. We recommend that you consult with our office prior to beginning any "tooth whitening" program.

This process may whiten your teeth, removing the appearance of coffee, tobacco and other stains and improve the colour of yellowing teeth. Our in-office procedure takes just one visit to achieve results. Our at-home procedure requires an initial visit to fit a splint specifically to your teeth. This splint holds a gell that when used properly will yield results within several weeks. Generally worn at night the splint offers amazing results in most cases.

In order to decide which method is best for you please contact Hampton Park Dental to set up an appointment.


Veneers are thin porcelain shells, like false fingernails, that are permanently adhered to the outsides of your teeth. They are carefully shaped, both to fit your real teeth perfectly, and to give you a perfect smile.

Veneers can make your teeth longer and more even. They will make your smile whiter. Veneers are relatively expensive, but they are the highest quality material used in cosmetic dentistry.

During your first appointment the dentist removes a very thin layer of enamel, the hard outer layer of the tooth. Only one millimeter of tooth structure is removed so the teeth will not look thick when the veneers are bonded to the teeth. Then the dentist takes an impression of your teeth. This impression is sent to a lab (one specializing in making veneers) which makes your "new teeth" fit your existing teeth perfectly.

After the lab finishes the veneers you come in for your second appointment. The lab will have made a separate thin porcelain shell for each of your teeth that is being reshaped. They are glued onto your teeth by bonding a thin layer of plastic between each tooth and the veneer.