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Cosmetic Bonding

Cosmetic bonding is a procedure that can improve the appearance of the front part of your teeth. This procedure reduces discoloration on teeth for a more beautiful smile.

How Does Cosmetic Bonding Work?

Cosmetic bonding can make teeth look longer, wider, and improve color. Dr. Suede would apply a tooth-colored resin material to the affected tooth. Dr. Suede would also use a special light to bind the resin material to the tooth. It is a minimally invasive procedure and usually only takes 30 to 60 minutes for each tooth.

How Long Does Cosmetic Bonding Last?

Cosmetic bonding can last up to 10 years before a touch-up or replacement is needed. Cosmetic bonding will last longer if you take good care of your teeth through brushing, flossing and routine dental cleanings every 6 months. Avoiding chewing fingernails and hard foods can also extend the life of the bonding material.

Contact Great Lakes Smiles for Cosmetic Bonding

Dr. Rahaf Suede, DDS at Great Lakes Smiles (GL Smiles) offers cosmetic bonding to its patients. If you would like to improve the look of your smile, schedule an appointment with Number one Plymouth dentist Dr. Suede by calling (734)459-9360


Are you troubled by chips, cracks, gaps or stains on your teeth? Would you prefer to have straighter teeth but can’t stand the idea of going through a long orthodontic process? Porcelain veneers can correct a wide variety of common aesthetic teeth problems and can be used alone or with other cosmetic or restorative-dentistry procedures.
Dental veneers or porcelain veneers are shells for the teeth. They go on the front of them to improve the appearance of the tooth. The shells are bonded to teeth and the results are a different color, shape, size or length.

How Long Veneers Last

They can last up to 15 years as long as they are properly cared for by brushing and flossing daily and keeping routine dental appointments. Even though porcelain veneers do not stain easily, dentists still recommend staying away from foods and drinks that can stain the teeth.

Contact Us for Veneers

If your teeth are discolored, chipped or misaligned, they can be transformed into a whiter, brighter, beautifully designed smile with porcelain veneers. Contact Dr. Suede in Plymouth, MI for more information.

Clear Aligners

Braces and retainers help straighten teeth alignment, but they can be a hassle and are often difficult to manage. Clear aligners like Invisalign is a smoother way of straightening your teeth.

What are clear aligners for Invisalign?

Clear aligners are a popular alternative to traditional braces. Dr. Suede at Great Lakes Smiles determines if you’re a good candidate for the clear aligners during a consultation. Dr. Suede will take an impression of your teeth and gums through a digital scanner. This image will then help create an aligner fitted for your teeth and gums.

Your Invisalign aligners or any clear aligners will need changing every two weeks as you gradually progress through the treatment. You must wear your retainers 22 hours a day, and only remove them when you eat.

What Are the Benefits of Clear Aligners?

Clear aligners/Invisalign can have multiple benefits like:

  • It is more comfortable than braces
  • It is aesthetically appealing
  • It is easily removable
  • It has a shorter treatment duration.

Contact Us for Clear aligners/Invisalign in Great Lakes

If you are interested in clear aligners/ Invisalign, Call best Plymouth dentist to schedule a consultation with Dr. Rahaf Suede to discuss your options and find out if Invisalign is right for you.

Teeth Whitening

Are you ashamed of the color of your teeth? Do you stop yourself from smiling because you don’t want anyone to see your yellow teeth? If so, Great Lakes Smiles can help.

Our teeth whitening services can whiten your teeth, so you can proudly smile again. With our newest teeth whitening technology, your teeth will be safely and effectively whitened in just a few minutes.

Teeth whitening is cosmetic dental treatment that Dr. Rahaf Sueded, DDS offers to enhance your smile. It can be done in one visit where Dr. Suede uses a powerful yet safe whitening gel and applies it to the surface of your teeth. This gel works to lighten the appearance of stains, discoloration and yellowing on the tooth enamel.

Through professional teeth whitening, Dr. Sueded can lighten teeth stains and discoloration caused by:

  • Natural aging process
  • Poor dental hygiene
  • Consumption coffee, tea, wine and soda
  • Smoking
  • Certain medications
  • Fluorosis

How Long Will Teeth Whitening Last?

It can last for a long time if you are committed to keeping them white. This means avoiding beverages that stain teeth like sodas, coffees, and teas. It’s also important to brush and floss daily to remove any stain-causing bacteria.

Dr. Suede will work with you to determine the right type of treatment and treatment length to achieve your desired result. Schedule a Consultation today with Dr. Suede.


ICON is a resin infiltration treatment that is minimally invasive. It removes post-ortho white-spot lesions and congenital hypocalcified enamel lesions.

What Should I Expect with ICON?

It only takes one visit. It is painless and no drilling is involved. Dr. Suede will etch the affected teeth, which will remove the outer remineralized layer of the enamel. Dr. Suede will then apply a drying agent and resin infiltrant. After the drying process, Dr. Suede will wipe off excess material, micro brushes, and floss the teeth.

The results are even-toned teeth with no white spots.

Why Patients Choose ICON?

ICON is a faster and less expensive form of cosmetic dentistry, as no molds are needed. This small procedure is also less expensive and less invasive and can remove white spots on teeth smoothly and effectively.

Contact Us for ICON in Great Lakes

If you would like to manage white spots on your teeth, contact Great Lakes Smiles. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Suede by calling (734) 459-9360

Contact Information

40400 Ann Arbor Rd E. Suite 202 B Plymouth, MI 48170

(734) 459-9360

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