Cosmetic Dentistry


Botox gives real, noticeable results with no surgery or recovery time. There are many reasons why it has been chosen by millions of people and their doctors.

If you think that the lines between your brows make you look tired or unapproachable, Botox may be the right for you. Ask your doctor about this procedure to find out more.


Juvederm is a smooth gel filler that we use to instantly smooth away wrinkles around your mouth and nose. With just one treatment, you’ll get smooth and natural-looking results that last up to a year.

From smile lines to lip lines, you can smooth away unwanted wrinkles and restore natural contours. If you would like to learn more about the individual treatment areas just ask one of our professionals at Maple Park Dental!



Invisalign involves a series of custom-made aligners created specifically for you. The aligners are made of smooth and comfortable plastic that you wear over your teeth. They are invisible and gradually shift your teeth into place based on the exact formula your doctor has designed for you.

No metal brackets, no wires. Simply pop in a new set of aligners every two weeks or so, until your treatment is complete. No one will notice you are straightening your teeth!


Veneers are a very good alternative to crowns in some situations. Veneers can also be used for cosmetic purposes, masking stained or damaged teeth.

Veneers are comprised of thin shells of porcelain or composite material and bonded to the front of your existing teeth, which your dentist has prepared. The procedure requires little or no anesthesia. Veneers will last many years, making it a smart way to improve your smile.


Do you have a special day in your future? Or perhaps, you just want to look your best every day?

Teeth whitening is a great way to brighten your smile by safely lightening the color of your teeth. The best way to do that is tooth bleaching, under your dentist’s supervision. It is not recommended that you try the over-the-counter products sold on TV or at the mall.

Tooth bleaching is successful in 90% of patients. For example, it works best on stained teeth but is less-effective on grayed by tetracycline use. It may not be recommended if you have very sensitive teeth or periodontal disease. However, consider whitening if your teeth have darkened from age, coffee, tea or smoking.