Cosmetic Dentistry

Create a picture-perfect smile with The Dentist at Framingham.

Dental Aesthetics, or Cosmetic Dentistry, is used for a range of dental treatments designed to enhance your smile and confidence. This includes but is not limited to correct chipped, cracked, discolored or unevenly spaced teeth. From porcelain veneers to tooth-colored fillings, you can choose from various cosmetic dentistry solutions to restore the health and vitality of your smile.


A veneer is a thin shell bonded directly to the front surfaces of your teeth. Veneers can be manufactured from porcelain or resin composite materials. Though porcelain is more expensive, it is incredibly durable and stain-resistant. Veneers are a great way to repair a wide variety of cosmetic issues, including teeth that are worn down, chipped, or broken, teeth that are uneven or misaligned, and filling the gaps between teeth. They can also be used simply as a way to brighten teeth.

Composite veneers are another cost-effective option for improving the aesthetics of your teeth. While composite is not as fracture-resistant as porcelain, it can help to improve staining, chips, uneven teeth, or gaps.

Have questions about improving your smile? Have a consult with us to discuss your options!


Facial lines and wrinkles can leave you looking older than you feel. Botox injections help to reduce those wrinkles and smoothen the appearance of the face. A safe, cosmetic form of botulinum toxin, BOTOX is an FDA-approved solution for frown lines and facial wrinkles. It is injected into the muscle to help reduce its contraction and the wrinkles that it brings with it.

While BOTOX Cosmetic is best known for its anti-aging benefits, it can also treat dental health problems with carefully planned injections. This includes grinding and pain in muscles associated with the Temporomandibular Joint. BOTOX treatment for teeth grinding targets the masseter muscle, which is responsible for jaw movement. This in turn, reduces the action of the masseter muscle and brings down the pain associated with it. Other points of injection to be considered are the temporalis muscle and frontalis.

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