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Cosmetic Dentistry in Pasadena for a New You

If you have been thinking about cosmetic dentistry, pick up the phone and call your dentist in Pasadena.

Dr. Paul Shinto, Dr. Kyle S. Low, and Dr. Bert K. Funatsu are dentists in Pasadena who have the skills you need to smile again. From one-day dentistry to dental implants, you are in good hands when you schedule an appointment with a cosmetic dentist in Pasadena.


21st Century Dental Technology in Pasadena

Dr. Paul Shinto and his team have always prided themselves on new dental technology. The team is constantly adding new products and services and taking classes and seminars to keep up with the ever-changing world of dental technology. When you schedule your appointment, you will be impressed.


One-Day Dentistry with CEREC®

Dr. Paul Shinto and his team of dentists are well versed in the art of one-day dentistry using CEREC®.

CEREC® is an amazing chairside technology that allows your dentist to place a dental crown in one dental appointment. Unlike traditional crowns, which take at least two dental appointments, CEREC® is completed in a couple of hours. Best of all you won’t have to deal with goopy and messy impressions or a temporary crown.

CEREC® has been around for decades and is one of the best materials you can use for dental crowns. CEREC® is matched to the rest of your smile and is as strong as conventional crowns.


Clear Braces with Invisalign®

Another dental technology that is taking the world by storm is clear braces. If you follow Dr. Shinto’s blog, you will remember that clear braces from Invisalign must be prescribed by a dentist and are nothing like those mail order braces that you see all over the internet. Invisalign® is a safe alternative to conventional wires and brackets, and will give you amazing results.

If you would like to learn more about cosmetic dentistry, call and schedule a consultation with Dr. Paul Shinto, Dr. Kyle S. Low, or Dr. Bert K Funatsu today.