crooked teeth Did you know that crooked teeth can lead to other complex dental concerns?

Chesapeake dentist Dr. John Cranham offers natural looking, effective solutions for straightening crooked teeth without traditional braces.

We understand that traditional braces may not be the right solution for every patient, which is why we offer a full range of treatments. Dr. Cranham offers cosmetic treatments for straightening crooked and misaligned teeth. Dr. Cranham will consult with you one one one, identify your cosmetic goals, and evaluate your overall dental health before recommending the appreciate treatment.

  • Invisible Braces- Invisible braces consists of multiple sets of clear, removable aligners. Dr. Cranham will design a treatment plan based on your needs. Invisalign can help to correct crowded teeth, gapped teeth, overbite and underbite issues. Patients can remove their aligners to perform their oral hygiene routine.
  • Dental Crowns- Dental crowns act as a “cap” that covers the damaged part of a tooth. Dental crowns can help correct an uneven bite, misaligned teeth, misshapen teeth, and decayed teeth. Dental crowns can last for many years with proper care.
  • Porcelain Veneers- Porcelain veneers are a longe lasting solution for crooked teeth. Porcelain veneers are thin, ceramic shells that cover the front and sides of your teeth.  Porcelain veneers are made from a natural stain and decay resistant material. Porcelain veneers can last many years with proper care and maintenance.

Straightening crooked and misaligned teeth can benefit you in the future. Dr. Cranham is a highly trained cosmetic dentist in Chesapeake, VA. If you are seeking a solution to address crooked teeth, schedule an appointment with Dr. Cranham. Dr. Cranham can examine your teeth and gums to determine the best solution for your smile.

To learn about our services, call 757.656.4109 or schedule an appointment online. We look forward to helping our patients achieve a straighter, healthier smile.

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