cosmetic dentistry Reisterstown, MD

Cosmetic Dentistry

A beautiful smile is one of the most sought after cosmetic features in the world. People from all backgrounds and professions want a bright, straight smile, and we are here to help turn that desire into reality. Whether through minor adjustments or major treatment plans, our cosmetic dentistry practice aims to improve your smile and help you build confidence in the way your teeth look.

Bonding Reisterstown, MD


Dental bonding is the procedure where we apply a tooth colored plastic material to a patient’s tooth. Using a special light, the material hardens and bonds the material to the tooth.

Dental bonding is used to improve a patient’s smile. It can be used on cracked and decaying teeth. It also can be used for cavities. It can be used to change the shape and size of your teeth so you have a more uniform smile! It is also commonly used for receding gums by protecting the exposed teeth!

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Botox Reisterstown, MD


For years Botox has helped so many men and women successfully treat wrinkles and facial creases. As people age, they long for a more youthful appearance. Botox is able to give them this.

Botox blocks signals from the nerves to the muscles. The injected muscle is then not able to contract. This causes the wrinkles to relax and soften. Botox is typically used on the forehead lines, around the eyes, and frown lines. Typically wrinkles are caused as we age, but they are also brought on by sun damage and gravity.

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Dentures Reisterstown, MD


If you are missing teeth, dentures can provide a positive solution to improving your oral health. We are proud to provide dentures that are designed to fit your mouth for proper function and unique comfort. Following your appointment, we will provide you with information on at-home care for your dentures. We strongly recommend scheduling follow up appointments for periodic denture cleanings.

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Denture Partials Reisterstown, MD

Denture Partials

A removable partial denture is an optimal solution for patients who may be missing one or more teeth in a particular area of their mouth. Removable partial dentures are attached to a gum-colored base which may have a metal framework that helps to hold it in place against the surrounding teeth. These dentures serve to replace missing teeth, restore functionality, and generally improve oral health. When a tooth is lost, and the gap isn’t immediately filled, it can lead to the neighboring teeth to shift; this can create a significant change in your bite and can even cause long-term damage to your gums and jaw bone.

Removable partial dentures are a less invasive method to replace and restore missing teeth than alternative solutions. While they are more cost-effective and less invasive than implants, removable partial dentures require frequent, lifetime upkeep and maintenance. Because these partial dentures are removable and essentially rest on your gums, they need to be frequently cleaned, just like your natural teeth. By cleaning your dentures regularly, you keep your gums healthy and your dentures looking as good as new.

To begin treatment, we will determine if removable partial dentures are the best option for you. Factors such as oral hygiene, the location of the missing tooth gap(s), bone strength, and long-term viability for dentures all determine your treatment plan. Our team will start by taking dental impressions of your teeth which will serve as the mold used to create your dentures. Next, we will review the size, shape, and coloring of each replacement tooth to recreate your natural smile. Once these are determined, we send the molds to a dental lab which creates a mock-up partial denture for you.

During a fitting appointment with our team, we will have you test out the mock-ups to check how they fit, look, and feel in your mouth. This is the time you and our team will make adjustments to the fit or color of the teeth before sending the mock-ups back to the lab for alterations. Remember, your absolute honesty is needed as your feedback shapes the final removable partial denture you will be receiving. Once the final changes have been made to the mock-up, the lab will custom build your dentures. After we receive the final design, your last fitting session will be to make small adjustments for comfort, bite, or fit which can all be made in-house by our team.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction Reisterstown, MD

Full Mouth Reconstruction

We usually recommend complex full-mouth rehabilitation when patients have multiple problems in their mouths. We help people who are suffering from gum disease, discoloration, tooth decay, crooked teeth, and other problems, usually all at the same time.

Before we start your rehabilitation, we will need to do a thorough examination with X-rays to determine what treatments you will need. Since every mouth is different, we create a treatment plan just for you.

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Invisalign Reisterstown, MD


Invisalign® is a modern alternative to straighten your teeth without wires or metal. Invisalign® involves a series of custom trays designed specifically for you and the plan your dentist or orthodontist creates to move your teeth. The trays are made from a smooth plastic that covers your teeth and gradually moves them into place.

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Porcelain Crowns Reisterstown, MD

Porcelain Crowns

Getting porcelain crowns is the best way to have a very natural looking smile. They are used when simply filling in a tooth is not an option. There are times when they decay is so bad that we just have to use a porcelain crown. We also use them with severely damaged teeth or teeth that have already had multiple fillings. Porcelain crowns are attached right to your teeth so that they can function, even when you bite something really hard! There are several types of porcelain crowns so it is important to discuss which type is best for you with your dentist.

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Smile Makeover Reisterstown, MD

Smile Makeover

A smile makeover uses cosmetic dental procedures to make you proud of your smile. We perform teeth whitening, along with other cosmetic procedures like veneers and tooth implants.

Each smile makeover is different. We start by doing a thorough examination and decide what each patient wants and needs. We look at the color of your teeth and how they are all lined up. We check to see if there are any missing teeth or if any are cracked, chipped, or broken.

Our goal is to give you a healthy and happy smile.We want you to have a bright smile, along with teeth that line up correctly and are aesthetically pleasing. We work with our patients to ensure their happiness. We will do whatever we can so that, when you leave our office, you will be completely happy with your smile.

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Veneers Reisterstown, MD


Porcelain Veneers are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve appearance. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth changing their color, shape, size, or length. We recommend this treatment to anyone experiencing discoloration that cannot be fixed with whitening or if your teeth are damaged. Porcelain veneers are also an option if you’re unhappy with the shape or look of your natural teeth.

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Here at Zaller Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we understand the challenges that go along with endodontic treatment and are skilled in providing other services that address problems resulting from more complex issues.

Generally, a root canal is all that is needed to save teeth, which have injured pulp, from extraction; occasionally, this procedure will not be sufficient, and your endodontist may recommend surgery.

Endodontic surgery may be used to locate fractures or hidden canals that do not appear on X-rays but manifest in pain in the tooth. This procedure may also be used to treat damage to the root surfaces or the surrounding bone.

Apicoectomy or root-end resection is the most common surgery performed to save damaged teeth.

An apicoectomy is a simple procedure in which an incision is made in the gum tissue to expose the bone and surrounding inflamed tissue. Any damaged tissue is removed along with the end of the root tip. A filling is placed at the root-end to prevent reinfection, and the gum is sutured. The bone then heals around the root over a period of months, and full function of the mouth is restored.

After the procedure, you can expect some slight swelling while the incision heals. To alleviate any discomfort, an appropriate pain medication will be recommended. If you have pain that does not respond to medication, call our office right away.

If you have any questions about an apicoectomy or other endodontic treatments, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (410) 833-4880.

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GLO Teeth Whitening

The most common complaint that people have about their smile is the color of their teeth; they would love to have a whiter and brighter smile. For this reason, we are proud to offer both in-house and at-home teeth whitening.

Our office is dedicated to giving patients the highest quality services using the latest technology. This is why we are excited to offer GLO for teeth whitening.

GLO is a game changer! It offers the best teeth whitening experience, whether you want to visit our office or whiten your teeth at home. Patients are able to get their teeth up to five shades whiter without any trays or sensitivity, which is a problem during most teeth whitening experiences.

GLO stands for guided light optics, which combines heat with light in a comfortable mouthpiece. This helps to activate the special whitening gel, preventing oxygen from escaping the mouth. Patients who use GLO notice results right away. These results are meant to last a long time, giving you a smile that you can be proud of for years to come!

Invented by Dr. Jonathan B. Levine, GLO is our answer for patients who want whiter and brighter smiles, even if they have caps, crowns, bonding, or veneers!

If you are interested in whiter teeth, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (410) 833-4880.

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