Even if you have positive oral health, sometimes it’s not enough to give you the confidence to show your smile to your friends and family. When your smile is filled with discolorations, chips, cracks, gaps, or other imperfections, you should know that the team at Amaze Dental can help you achieve a smile that you’ll feel confident flashing at your next social engagement. To schedule your next consultation for cosmetic dentistry in DeSoto, give our dental office a call!
If you’d prefer to remove as many imperfections in your smile as possible in as few treatments as you can, porcelain veneers are an ideal option. These ultra-thin sheaths are made from durable, natural-looking and high quality dental ceramics designed to match your neighboring teeth exactly. This way, they blend in with your smile, rather than stick out like a sore thumb. Each veneer is customized to look identical to natural teeth. The color, size, and shape are all accounted for as we complete your smile makeover!
Part of providing cosmetic dentistry is making sure that the materials, techniques, and treatments we provide are effectively restoring your smile to the fullest. For example, when you’re in need of a restoration, we always make sure to use metal-free materials. Not only is it possible to restore your tooth to the fullest, but you can do so without having to sacrifice esthetics in the process. The brands we use are reliable and incredibly lifelike, so you can smile with confidence.
For many, the smallest imperfections can take up all of their attention, much like a single missing tile in a large ceiling. With cosmetic bonding, we can effectively hide your imperfections in an affordable, fast, and conservative way. Cosmetic bonding uses composite resin to hide discoloration, chips, cracks and even gaps in your smile. In just one appointment, we can give your smile new life! Once the resin is molded around your tooth, we’ll harden it instantly using a special curing light and send you on your way!
One of the most popular forms of cosmetic treatment is teeth whitening, which can be performed either directly at our dental office or via whitening kits that you can take home with you! Both work to address stains on the surface of and inside your tooth enamel, ensuring that you’re left with nothing but a brighter, whiter smile. Our in-office whitening treatment only takes one hour to complete, while take-home solutions only require short periods of treatment daily over the next two weeks. Both can help you achieve a smile that is several shades brighter.
Is it your first time considering cosmetic dentistry for yourself or a loved one? You likely have many questions regarding your first treatment, and Amaze Dental is more than obliged to help you address them either in-person or on our website! As a starting point, we recommend reviewing a few of the most common questions we receive below as well as our detailed responses. We’re sure you’ll feel more confident pursuing cosmetic treatment once you do!
When teeth are discolored, it’s often because they are undergoing a normal part of the aging process. Teeth are incredibly durable, but they are still susceptible to becoming worn down, making them look duller and more yellow in appearance. If you smoke or consume coffee or tea frequently, these habits can also cause discoloration. Certain medications can also cause discoloration (such as antibiotics), but genetics can also play a role in stains appearing on teeth. With teeth whitening, you can effectively remove most stains in a relatively short period of time.
We understand why your child or teenager may want to complete cosmetic dental treatment, especially if they believe it will make them feel more confident about their smile’s overall appearance. However, as dentists we need to make sure that your child is at an age where their teeth have fully developed. We’ll also need to confirm that no underlying problems are present before we can perform any treatment. With that said, any treatment that involves the modification of tooth enamel will not be performed until teeth have fully developed.
Yes. In order for veneers to sit flush against teeth and prevent them from looking oversized in your mouth, we will need to remove a very small layer of enamel before they are bonded. This makes veneers a permanent treatment, which also means if a veneer falls off or becomes extremely worn down or stained, it will need to be replaced. Our office will gladly provide tips to on how to make your veneers last and remain beautiful for as long as possible.
While traditional crowns made from metal materials tend to get coverage from insurance companies, tooth-colored restorations are a little more tricky to receive coverage for because they are made from different materials. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t get any coverage, especially if you’re able to prove that it’s medically necessary to receive them. Our office will walk you through the insurance process and recommend third-party financing options if needed to make your future cosmetic treatment more affordable.