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Cosmetic Dentistry - Plano

Helps You Smile Confidently

While the health of your smile is the most important thing to us, our Plano cosmetic dentists know its appearance is a huge factor as well. If you feel self-conscious about your teeth because of problems like stains, chips, cracks, gaps, or misalignments, then our crack team can completely eliminate them and give you a smile you’re always ready to show off. Whether you’re looking for a minor touch-up or a dramatic makeover, we can deliver the results you desire. To learn more about your options for cosmetic dentistry in Plano, TX, read on below, or contact us today for an appointment.

Invisalign® Clear Braces

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If you’ve always wanted to straighten your teeth but haven’t because you didn’t want to deal with metal braces, Invisalign is exactly what you’ve been waiting for. This treatment completely does away with the traditional wire and bracket system, instead using sleek and subtle clear plastic trays to discreetly straighten the teeth.

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Porcelain Veneers

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Porcelain veneers have long been one of the most popular cosmetic treatments because they’re able to correct a variety of imperfections at the same time. We can use them to:

They are extremely thin ceramic coverings that are custom-made and bonded to the teeth. You can get one to improve a single tooth or a complete set to transform your smile.

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Metal-Free Dental Restorations

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When we repair one of your teeth, we won’t use unnatural metal that will stick out in your smile. Rather, your restoration will be made out of tooth-colored dental ceramic, one of the most advanced materials in all of dentistry. With dental ceramic, we can make your restored tooth look like nothing bad ever happened to it. It’s just as strong or stronger than natural enamel, and it can be shaped and shaded to perfectly match your other teeth.

Cosmetic Dental Bonding

Closeup of beautiful smile after dental bondingMinor chips, stains, and gaps can spell big problems for your smile, but for these kinds of issues, we can quickly fix them with direct bonding. Using composite resin, your dentist will apply it to your tooth and sculpt it to perfection. With it, we can effectively improve the shape, size, and color of any tooth. Even better, this treatment can usually be completed in about an hour, and the results can be expected to last for up to 10 years

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Teeth Whitening

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Are your teeth not looking very white lately? Is your love for coffee, wine, or tobacco starting to show? Has age or genetics caused your smile to discolor? Whatever the case may be, our professional whitening treatments can easily turn back the clock and make your smile look up to 10 shades whiter! We can provide quick results in one appointment with in-office Boost, or you can whiten in the comfort of your own home with a custom-made Opalescence kit designed just for your smile.

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Cosmetic Gum Recontouring

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Do your teeth appear short or uneven? Would you say that you have a “gummy” smile? If so, it doesn’t have to stay that way! With our soft tissue laser, we can quickly and painlessly remove excess gum tissue to reveal previously hidden dental structure. Your doctor can then sculpt your gum line along your teeth to give you that perfectly proportioned look in just one appointment. This can also be used as the first step to getting a dental restoration or porcelain veneer placed.

Understanding the Cost of Cosmetic Dentistry

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If you’re worried about the cost of cosmetic dentistry, you aren’t alone. A lot of the time, patients are concerned over what kind of bill they will be receiving, as cosmetic dentistry isn’t generally covered by dental insurance. The good news is that we are here to help you navigate the cost of your treatment. There are several different treatments available at a variety of price points. Until your consultation, here are some things for you to consider.

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What Cosmetic Dental Service is Right for Me?

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In most cases, patients are trying to achieve a smile that is either whiter, straighter, or shaped differently. Here are some of the services we offer that can help:

  • Direct Bonding – Direct bonding is a minimally invasive procedure that can be completed in a single visit to the dental office. It’s one of the most affordable cosmetic options out there and can correct a variety of imperfections. However, this option will not last as long as other solutions – typically between 3 to 10 years.
  • Teeth Whitening – Professional teeth whitening is much more affordable than other cosmetic options, and it can lift stains much better than anything you can find in stores. Results last anywhere from a couple months to a few years depending on how well you care for them.
  • Veneers – This isn’t the cheapest option out there, but it is a comprehensive way to transform numerous aspects of your smile at the same time. This includes the shape, color, and minor alignment issues. The process can be completed in two appointments, and they last up to 15 years or longer!
  • Invisalign/SureSmile Clear Aligners – If you have misalignment issues, Invisalign and SureSmile are likely excellent solutions. The treatment usually costs several thousands of dollars, but it can leave you with beautiful results that will last with proper maintenance.
  • Gum Recontouring – Sometimes, smiles concerns don’t have to do with teeth. If your smile appears to be more gummy than most, gum recontouring can help to reveal healthy, beautiful tooth enamel.

Cosmetic Dentistry Can Be an Investment Worth Making

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Cosmetic dentistry may seem like quite a commitment, but it’s also an investment that will pay off over time. If you aren’t completely secure with your smile, making changes with the help of your dentist can cause you to experiment significant improvement when it comes to confidence and self-esteem. Ultimately, this can mean better relationships, more vibrant social life, and professional achievements. It’s important to take a look at the entire picture to determine whether or not it’s a worthwhile investment for you.

How to Make Cosmetic Dentistry Affordable

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Cosmetic treatment isn’t generally covered by insurance because it usually consists of elective procedures. However, this doesn’t mean that you will be left completely in the dust. Here are some options that can help to make your treatment fit better into your budget:

  • Currently, we have a special offer for patients with approved credit to undergo orthodontic treatment with SureSmile Clear Aligners for only $99/month.
  • If you want to brighten your smile, ask our team about our special offer for $59 Teeth Whitening.
  • We work with CareCredit – a third-party financing company that can split the cost of your treatment into manageable monthly installments with little-to-no interest!

To learn exactly how much you can expect your cosmetic treatment to cost, schedule a consultation with us. We’re eager to help you achieve the smile of your dreams!

Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

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Are you eager to enhance your smile? There are all sorts of cosmetic dental treatments available, but you may still have some unanswered questions. Here are the answers to some of the most common queries we receive about cosmetic dentistry in Plano. If you don’t see the information that you’re looking for below – just give us a call! We’d be happy to explain more and get you started with an initial consultation.

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Is Cosmetic Dentistry Expensive?

Many people associate cosmetic dentistry with expensive treatments, but this isn’t necessarily the case. Its pricy reputation likely stems from the fact that dental insurance rarely covers cosmetic treatments, so you typically need to pay out of pocket. While improving your smile may feel costly at first, you should consider the investment you’re making in your self-esteem, confidence, and quality of life!

Is Cosmetic Dentistry Safe?

As long as you’re under the care of a trained professional, most cosmetic dental treatments are perfectly safe for most patients. However, not every treatment is right for every patient. That’s why your dentist examines your mouth beforehand and give you an honest assessment of which procedures may or may not be right for you. Some cosmetic services may pose a risk if an underlying oral health issue isn’t treated first. For instance, placing a veneer over a decayed tooth may make the decay more difficult to treat later on. Any and all existing oral health issues need to be addressed ahead of time.

How Do I Know If I Need Cosmetic Dentistry?

If you aren’t completely confident when showing off your smile, you would likely benefit from cosmetic dentistry. Stained and discolored teeth can often be corrected with professional teeth whitening. Chipped and cracked teeth can be addressed with a direct bonding, dental crown, or veneer depending on severity. If you are hoping to appear more youthful, some cosmetic treats can take years off your smile! The only way to know for sure whether or not you could benefit from cosmetic dentistry is to attend a consultation. This way, your dentist can recommend specific treatments to meet your smile goals.

Does Cosmetic Dentistry Hurt?

Many patients worry that their treatment will hurt. The good news is that we do everything we can to make your treatment as comfortable as possible. Most cosmetic dental treatments are non-invasive, like teeth whitening and bonding. They don’t even require a local anesthetic in most cases. For treatments like veneers, the area will be numbed beforehand so that you don’t feel any discomfort. You may experience some residual soreness after cosmetic treatment, but this should be mild and temporary.