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Cosmetic Dentistry

Providing Patients With The Smiles of Their Dreams

If you feel self-conscious of your smile, choose William McClanahan DMD in Florence, AL. For 39 years, Dr. McClanahan has provided clients in The Shoals area with high-quality, compassionate dental services. Besides offering a wide range of general dentistry treatments, our team also provides many cosmetic options to help you achieve the bright, white and vibrant smile of your dreams. Whether you want to correct discoloration, gaps or chips, we have an option that will give you the smile you have always wanted.

To start on the path towards a brighter, whiter smile that you can feel confident in, contact us today at 256-767-7141 and schedule an appointment!

At William McClanahan DMD, we use the Zoom! In-Office Whitening System. This system can whiten your teeth by six to 10 shades in just one visit! During this procedure, we apply a high-strength bleaching gel to your teeth, activated by a high-intensity curing light. This process only takes about an hour and is much safer and more effective than over-the-counter whitening gels and strips.

If you would rather whiten your teeth from home, we also offer Day White, a gentle whitening solution that provides dramatic results. Day White is a gel that is specially formulated to nourish the teeth and taste good while whitening. It is applied to the top and bottom teeth using custom-created trays, which you wear for only 30 minutes twice a day. In just a few days, you will notice the difference!

Veneers are very thin yet durable porcelain shells that are bonded to the front of the teeth to alter their size, shape or color. They can be used to cover discoloration, gaps, chips, cracks and more. Plus, our veneers are custom-created so that the shape and color blends in seamlessly with the rest of your smile.

Today, cosmetic crowns and bridges can be made out of custom-colored porcelain to match the rest of your teeth and provide a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. Plus, porcelain is better for maintaining the strength of your original tooth as compared to metal.