Cosmetic Dentistry

Porcelain Veneers:

Many people that are frustrated with the appearance of their teeth often wish they could reverse the chipping, cracking, staining, and other aesthetic issues that mar the beauty of their smile. While there is no way to truly reverse cosmetic flaws, we can give patients the next best thing: porcelain veneers. Our Sunrise Florida Veneers Dentists offer this revolutionary cosmetic treatment. With porcelain veneers, you can have the gorgeous smile you deserve.


Zoom Teeth Whitening:

It is common for teeth to become duller, yellow, discolored, and stained over time. These symptoms can be a result of lifestyle habits and the natural aging process. The great news is that Sunrise Dental Care can eliminate these flaws and restore your teeth to a bright, white shine. Whether you have severely discolored and stained teeth or you just want to go a few shades whiter, Dr. Bird offers professional teeth whitening in Sunrise, Florida, in order to help you achieve the smile of your dreams.

Tooth whitening is one of most common cosmetic dental procedures that patients seek. It is important to know that there are a number of whitening options, and not all of them will produce the same results. Over-the-counter teeth whitening kits may be cost-effective, but they are often difficult to use, messy, and take weeks to show any results. Sunrise Dental Care offers Zoom whitening, a highly effective technique that can whiten your teeth by as many as 8 shades in a single visit.

Zoom is a simple and safe treatment that takes less than an hour and shows instant and dramatic results. There is also an at-home option for Zoom, which involves being fitted for a custom tray and then finishing the bleaching process at home at your own convenience. Often, our friendly dentist may suggest a combination of in-office and at-home treatments.






Invisalign Braces:

Invisalign is a custom-made system of clear, plastic teeth aligners. They are completely undetectable so no one knows you’re wearing them.

We will take impressions and photos of your teeth and then a set of aligners will be created, based on your mouth’s exact measurements and desired results. We can even give you a digital image of what your teeth will look like, before treatment begins.

Invisalign braces work in a unique way. The plastic trays that are created are designed to be swapped out every few weeks. These aligner trays slowly and painlessly move your teeth into the desired positions. Most people visit us about every six weeks for a check-up. Most appointments are a quick in and out visit to simply check on your progress to be sure to meet our Sunrise Invisalign dentist.



Although the trays are designed to be worn the majority of your days and nights, it is recommended that you take them out when eating, drinking or brushing your teeth.

Over half a million Americans have taken advantage of Invisalign. The system can fix problems such as overly crowded teeth, widely spaced teeth, cross bite, overbite and under bite. Taking advantage of Invisalign braces can also help prevent serious dental concerns such as tooth decay and periodontal disease. Be sure to ask us how.



Minimal Time:

The biggest question for a child or adult who may need braces would probably be "how quickly can I get them off?"

Can fast, comprehensive orthodontic treatment now be done in about 20weeks? While there are no miracle shortcuts in orthodontics, Fastbraces technology is different by design, which allows for treatment time to be measured in weeks, not years.

Minimal Discomfort:

University research has shown that Fastbraces Technology has low mean frictional forces, a clear-cut reduction in sliding friction and pain reduction with fitting front and back teeth together. Thousands of patients have been treated over the past 25 years.

Minimal Retainer Wear:

After treatment, the patient will start out by wearing the retainers every night during a normal 8-hour sleep period ("Teeth Pajamas") or just in the shower for 20 minutes every day ("Tooth Shampoo"), as per the doctor's instructions. Within a year, and from then on, the patient may find that they will only need to wear their retainers for 15-20 minutes every day.