Are you tired of feeling ashamed of the way your smile looks? You may feel like you have done everything you can to convince yourself to accept your smile as it is – or to attempt home treatments. What you need to recognize is that cosmetic damage and natural wear and tear can take a significant toll on the appearance of your teeth, which is something you cannot improve through your own efforts. What you can do to improve the beauty of your smile, however, is to visit us for cosmetic dentistry, so we may guide you toward a beautifully transformed smile. Ready to begin your journey toward a truly stunning grin? Learn more:
Begin With A Consultation
First, we will provide you with a cosmetic consultation. During this visit, we will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums to analyze any potential problems either cosmetic or otherwise. If you require restorative care, we may incorporate that into your treatment plan – this type of care may take priority over cosmetic, so we may ensure your smile is healthy before we make esthetic improvements. We will speak with you about the things you like and dislike about your smile, while defining the particular changes you would like to see.
We Will Craft A Care Plan
Your needs are not the same as anyone else’s needs. To ensure we guide you toward your best smile, we will create personalized treatment plans for each patient. Your plan may include one or more of the following cosmetic treatment options:
- Teeth Whitening:
If you suffer from a discolored smile, we may suggest teeth whitening. This cosmetic treatment will remove yellowing or darkening that has resulted from aging, tobacco use, or the consumption of staining foods and drinks. You can expect a dramatically whiter smile.
- Porcelain Veneers:
Veneers cover a long list of problems, creating a beautiful, natural façade over your natural smile. You can improve cracks, chips, tooth size, tooth shape, whiteness, and you may fill gaps between teeth.
Dental Bonding: Bonding is an additive cosmetic treatment. This means we will place “additional tissue” composed of composite over areas of your teeth as needed. This may include repairing chips or cracks, covering stains, or filling spaces between teeth.
- Dental Contouring:
Contouring gently removes tiny amounts of tissue from your teeth to improve their appearance. You may smooth sharp edges, points, or rough borders. We can also shorten teeth that are longer than their neighbors.
ABOUT YOUR TYLER DENTISTS:
At DentaCare Dental in Tyler, we focus on advanced technology, education, and comfort to offer every patient a pleasant experience and excellent dental care. To schedule a consultation, call our Tyler, TX office today at (903) 215-8223. For optimal convenience, we also serve patients at our various other locations in Garland, Longview, and Arlington, TX, as well as Bossier City, LA.