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Whitening, veneers and crowns – oh my

SPONSORED • Published: Monday, June 16, 2014 10:25 a.m. CST • Updated: Monday, June 16, 2014 2:34 p.m. CST
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Whether you are looking for a brighter smile, want to fix the gap between your teeth or want to fix that chipped tooth, Batavia dentist Ronald Murphy DMD has a solution for you.

Dr. Murphy specializes in general and cosmetic dentistry. His office is located at 1605 W. Wilson St., Suite 114. Generally, when people seek out things like whitening, veneers and crowns it is because they feel the color of their teeth isn’t desirable, they have spacing issues or want a nicer smile, Murphy said.

While oftentimes cosmetic procedures are elective, that is not always the case.

“There can be an injury that requires cosmetic treatment,” Dr. Murphy said. “… Example, I had a teenage boy who fell off of his skate board and landed poorly, to say the least. He broke his four front teeth and I restored his smile with tooth-colored material.”

For those looking for a whiter smile, Dr. Murphy offers Zoom! Whitening. This procedure can make teeth up to eight shades whiten in less than an hour.

Dental Crowns can fix problems like a chipped tooth. Ronald Murphy DMD offers crowns for cosmetic and restorative purposes so patients can enjoy their smiles and preserve their oral health. A crown can help maintain the affected tooth as well as the teeth that surround it.

If you suffer from uneven teeth, worn enamel, discoloration or chipped teeth and are unhappy with your unattractive teeth, Dr. Murphy offers Dental Veneers. Veneers offer more than just a restorative purpose, they can also protect a damaged tooth from further harm.

Dr. Murphy offers informative consultations, a caring and attentive staff and even flexible payment options. Dr. Murphy smiles when his patients are happy with their smiles.

Ronald Murphy DMD | | 630.879.7642 

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