Below you will find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding your treatment at Allure Dental Center. If you have any further questions, or to schedule your appointment, please feel free to call our office and we will be happy to assist you!
Dr. Trinh Lee, DDS and Dr. Suzanna Lee, DDS are the very first female dentists in the Northern California area to be granted dual accreditation status by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and Diplomates of the American Board of Oral Implantologists (DABOI/ID.) They also hold licenses in sedation dentistry.
Absolutely! Sedation is perfect for anyone who wants to be relaxed as possible, or avoid any possibility of discomfort. Our sedation options can be used for just about any dental procedure, from cleanings to smile makeovers.
Our highly skilled dentists are licensed and extremely experienced in the field of sedation dentistry. Your safety is assured throughout the entire visit, where we implement advanced monitoring equipment and medication to ensure only the safest level of sedation during the entire procedure.
Instant orthodontics are a great way to have instantly straight teeth without wearing braces or Invisalign. Instead, we use porcelain veneers or crowns to create straight, white, perfect looking teeth in just a couple of visits to our Bay Area office.
Crowns cover the full surface of your tooth above the gumlines; onlays cover only 3/4 of the tooth, which is why they are sometimes called “three quarter crowns.” Onlays minimize the amount of tooth preparation and maximize how much healthy enamel is retained.
Choosing the right shade of porcelain for your cosmetic dental treatment is important, because that color is permanent. However, we can remove superficial stains from your veneers or crowns during your preventive cleaning appointment.
Allure Dental Care works with out of town patients to arrange fast smile makeovers and coordinate travel plans on your behalf. Travel vouchers are available for guests coming from further than 100 miles away.
Absolutely! Dental lasers are extremely safe to use on both hard and soft tissues, often eliminating the need for injections and drills.
Dental lasers are a minimally invasive way to treat cavities, prepare teeth for cosmetic restorations and even perform soft tissue procedures like gingival recontouring or treatment for cold sores.
Full mouth rehabilitation involves repairing or replacing all of the teeth throughout the mouth, returning form, function and aesthetics.