Aesthetic Dentistry

Throughout the years, aesthetic dentistry has evolved to include total facial harmony. A skilled aesthetic dentist considers the surrounding facial structure, as well as the gums and teeth. Problems, like tooth decay, gum disease, and TMJ disorder can counteract cosmetic dental efforts. Dr. Castaneda takes a multi-disciplinary approach to smile aesthetics, ensuring optimal form and function, as well as beauty and longevity.

As we age, our smiles can begin to look weather-beaten and lackluster. Teeth collect stains and lose their natural sparkle. Habits like grinding (bruxism) can cause teeth to wear down and break. Cosmetic dentistry can revitalize your appearance and drastically improve your self-confidence.

Don’t let stains, cracks, chips or crooked teeth steal your self-confidence. Aesthetic dentistry, or cosmetic dentistry, can correct imperfections, improve oral health, and give you the star-quality smile you deserve. Dr. Castaneda will help you choose the right combination of treatments for a smile makeover that reflects your uniqueness and individuality.

At Aesthetika, Dr. Castaneda has been making people smile for 25 years! 

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