What Is Cosmetic Dentistry?
Making Your Smile Stand Out
The need for cosmetic dental procedures usually arises after a part of your teeth or gums has been noticeably damaged and needs to be restored to its original look.
Cosmetic dentistry is often focused on replacing an essential part of your smile that has been lost. A chipped tooth or eroded enamel, for example, would need to be replaced with a substitute so your smile can look and function properly.
Cosmetic dentistry isn’t just limited to your teeth. If you suffer from gum disease, sensitive gums or gum recession, cosmetic dentistry might be your best choice for treatment.
A Confident Look
Cosmetic dentistry is focused on making sure those who have experienced cosmetic abnormalities have access to treatment that can give them a smile they can be proud of.
A Reflection of Our Values
We value our patients as people with real needs that can influence how they carry themselves in their day-to-day lives. This is why cosmetic dentistry is so important to us. Sometimes, brushing and polishing isn’t enough, and we need to go the extra mile. It is this upper tier of care that we pride ourselves in providing for you. We want you to be happy with your treatment, and with yourself!
Frequently Asked Questions
About Cosmetic Dentistry
It is true that much of dentistry focuses on keeping your teeth bright and shiny, but good dentistry also prevents gum disease, bad breath and other non-cosmetic issues.
Not all cosmetic dentistry is absolutely necessary. While some instances such as chipped teeth and receding gums should be fixed as soon as possible, other treatments such as teeth whitening are left up to the preferences of the patient!
All of our cosmetic dental treatments are designed to be durable and last for years, if not a lifetime!
Some treatments will require you to be monitored for a certain amount of time, depending on which treatment you receive. Set up a consultation with us to determine how often and how long you will need to come in for checkups.
Some treatments, like teeth whitening, are virtually pain free. Others, such as dental implants, involve very little discomfort.
Coverage To Smile About
Financing Your Dental Care
More and more studies show that your oral health is directly linked to your overall health. Getting proper dental care needs to be as important a part of your healthcare routine as exercise, eating right, and having a yearly medical exam. But that doesn’t make dental care any easier—especially if you don’t have dental insurance.
Our team understands and that is why we have created Coverage to Smile About.