cosmetic care in Ocoee

Our Comprehensive Approach to Cosmetic Care

At Colonial Drive Preventative & Comprehensive Dentistry we believe that everyone deserves to love their smile. With a full range of cosmetic dental services, we can help you achieve the grin of your dreams, right here in Ocoee.

Teeth Whitening

Take-Home Whitening

Brighten your smile in the comfort of your own home with take-home teeth whitening options. You’ll receive a custom whitening tray to use with a special whitening gel. Depending on your target shade, you’ll wear your whitening tray for a little while every day for 1-2 weeks. Take-home whitening gradually brightens your smile for a more subtle transformation that is ideal for patients with sensitive teeth.

Laser Whitening

Laser whitening can provide you with dramatic results, brightening your teeth by several shades in a single visit. Dr. Dorsey will apply a powerful whitening product to your teeth while being careful to keep your lips and gums from coming into contact with the solution. Then, he will use a laser to activate the whitening agent, speeding up and enhancing the process. Laser whitening is perfect for patients who are looking for instant results in preparation for a wedding, photoshoot, or other special event.


If you have misaligned teeth, but don’t want to deal with uncomfortable metal braces, Invisalign clear aligner therapy may be right for you. Utilizing a series of clear aligners that are virtually invisible while being worn, you can get the beautifully straight smile of your dreams, often in less time than with traditional braces.

Transform Your Smile

Dental Bonding, Shaping & Contouring

Dental bonding is a fast, completely non-invasive treatment that can transform your smile by filling small gaps, chips, or cracks. A special dental resin will be color-matched to your smile and applied to the misshapen teeth. Then, Dr. Dorsey will carefully sculpt the resin into the target shape before using a UV light to cure, or harden, the resin. Enameloplasty, or shaping & contouring, is often used in tandem with dental bonding to achieve the desired results. The procedure involves removing small amounts of enamel to help reshape uneven, chipped, or sharp teeth.


Veneers are wafer-thin, tooth-colored sheets made from durable porcelain that are affixed to the front of your teeth to cover up stains, minor chips, cracks, and gaps, and are able to completely transform your smile. To place veneers, about 0.5mm of enamel will be removed from your teeth to ensure the veneers don’t protrude in any way, so they blend seamlessly with the rest of your grin. This makes them an irreversible procedure, so Dr. Dorsey will help you decide if veneers are right for you.

Botox Therapy

When you think of Botox, you likely think about how it is used to minimize the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. However, it can be used for so much more! From reducing the appearance of gummy smiles to therapeutic applications, Botox therapy can help you get your smile back.

Treat TMJ/TMD Symptoms

Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ/TMD) affect the jaw, and can result in jaw pain, clicking or popping noises, and even migraines. Botox has been shown to minimize the effects of TMJ/TMD, and works by paralyzing specific muscles, forcing them to relax so your jaw can recover.

Halt the Effects of Bruxism

Bruxism, or teeth grinding and clenching, can lead to a variety of issues, including TMJ pain, and can even result in worn down, cracked, or chipped teeth. Teeth grinding and jaw clenching usually occurs at night while you’re asleep, making it an unconscious behavior. Botox helps facial muscles relax, minimizing the effects of Bruxism for months at a time.

A Better Fit for Dentures

If you’ve been missing teeth for a while, and are getting your first set of dentures, you will likely experience a period of discomfort as you adjust to your new smile. Botox therapy can help speed up this process by relaxing facial muscles, allowing them to become accustomed to the new prosthetic.

Cosmetic Dental Makeovers

Many patients come to us with several cosmetic concerns at once. Fortunately, Dr. Dorsey is an expert when it comes to smile transformations, so he can help you decide on the best treatment plan for you! Cosmetic dental makeovers involve a combination of several cosmetic services, performed in tandem to provide you with the grin of your dreams. Schedule a consultation today to see how we can help you achieve your smile goals.

Have Questions About Cosmetic Dentistry?

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What Does a Smile Makeover Correct?

Smile makeovers utilize a variety of cosmetic dental procedures to make you feel more confident and better looking. When you book a smile makeover consultation at Colonial Drive Preventative & Comprehensive Dentistry your dentist will suggest a variety of procedures to make you feel more confident and better looking, including the following:

  • Matching Tooth Color: Metallic dental fillings can be replaced by natural, tooth-colored restorations that match the color of surrounding teeth. Tooth color and shading are important to consider before procedures like porcelain veneers, crowns, bridges, composite bonding, and dental implants. Teeth whitening is often recommended as a way to fix discolored teeth.
  • Alignment and Spacing: Crooked, overlapping, or gapped teeth can be straightened and aligned, when necessary, through orthodontics, Invisalign or improved with veneers.
  • Replacing Missing Teeth: One or more missing teeth may negatively impact your appearance, affect your bite, and increase your risk for tooth decay, making replacement an integral part of oral health and facial esthetics. You can replace missing teeth via dental implants, bridges, or partial dentures.
How Long Do Porcelain Veneers Last?

With proper care, porcelain veneers will assist in giving you your dream smile for at least a decade. We ensure that your veneers are made from the highest quality porcelain and bonded using state-of-the-art technology.

how Do Porcelain Dental Veneers Work?

Most common veneer applications involve removing a fine layer of tooth enamel before applying the porcelain material, making room for a seamless fitting of the porcelain veneer and giving it the most natural appearance possible. Porcelain dental veneers can help adjust not just your tooth color, but also its size, shape, and spacing.

How to Get Composite Veneers Near Me?

If you are interested in getting composite veneers, our dental team is here for you! Our dentists can help you decide if composite veneers are the right option for you or determine if you would benefit more from porcelain veneers or one of our other cosmetic dentistry services. If you are interested in getting composite veneers, our dental team is here for you! Our dentists can help you decide if composite veneers are the right option for you or determine if you would benefit more from porcelain veneers or one of our other cosmetic dentistry services.

What are Composite Veneers?

Composite resin veneers are a porcelain alternative derived from translucent resin and meticulously sculpted and hardened by your dentist, typically in a single appointment. If you have worn, chipped, or damaged teeth, composite resin can be directly sculpted onto the teeth for exponential results. This is a separate procedure from a dental crown, dental bridge, or dental fillings. While they use the same materials, composite veneers are more functional than aesthetic treatments.

What Issues Can Composite Veneers Help With?

They’re used to correct discolored, gapped, crooked, or misshapen teeth. The veneer is placed over the imperfect teeth and given the appearance of straight, white, radiant teeth.

How Long Do Composite Veneers Take?

Often referred to as “chair-side veneers,” composite veneers are designed by the dentist directly on your tooth, requiring a dentist’s technique combined with an artist’s eye. Typically, composite veneers can be placed in just one visit, but porcelain veneers usually require multiple visits before being placed.

How are Veneers Placed?

During your appointment, with your input, your dentist will select and sculpt a shade directly onto your teeth to build a veneer that best fits your smile. Then, a high-intensity light will be used to harden the composite. Finally, the composite resin will be shined and polished until it blends in with the natural, healthy appearance of the rest of your smile.

how Long Do Composite Veneers Last?

This depends on several factors, including the patient’s home care routine and how often they attend checkups (we recommend twice a year, at least). If you maintain a strict and comprehensive routine, your composite resin veneers can last at least 5 years and as long as 10!

How Do I Take Care of My Resin Veneers?

Their care requires the same care your natural teeth would require. Over time, they will be affected by darker liquids and hard objects such as ice and hard candy. Regular visits to the dentist every six months will increase the longevity of your veneers.

Why Do Patients Choose Composite Veneers?

Composite veneers are a great alternative to porcelain and can right many of your smile’s wrongs. Customers also like them because they are not time-consuming or pricey, they are minimally invasive, and because they give your teeth that lifelike sheen they once had!

What is Composite Resin?

Dental composite resin is a special material that is applied and sculpted to the tooth. Once the optimal tooth shape has been achieved, it is cured with a special light and subsequently polished.

Composite materials are extremely advanced and are continuously being developed to produce better results for patients.

Composite veneers are a relatively new dental procedure, favored by recent dental generations interested in conserving the underlying tooth structure.

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