Porcelain Veneers are used to change the shape and color of your teeth. We can offer you a wax-up model of your teeth to show the results before the treatment starts. This can be completed in 2 cosmetic dentist visits.
We use ceramic bonding material to repair gaps, breaks, chips, and discolorations. They're tooth colored and look completely natural. We can do this in just about one visit. It's done in about an hour time period with our cosmetic Dentistry and friendly staff to assist.
We take a mold of your teeth and use it to make comfortable plastic trays that fit your teeth. For about an hour and a half a day you'll take them home and use them with bleaching gel. With instructions from your cosmetic dentist. Reach out to us for any information you may need during this process.
This effective and safe procedure in cosmetic dentistry involves reshaping the enamel. Tooth corners, lengths, or sides can be improved to change the overall look of the teeth. No anesthetic is needed and most cases take about 20 minutes to have done.
A cosmetic dentist can help brighten and straighten your smile. Our services can help with dental issues such as crooked, misshapen, and yellow teeth. We can help determine what is the best steps to take in correcting these issues with you. Our cosmetic dentistry options include porcelain & veneers, bonding, ceramic inlays & Onlays, gum contouring, and whitening teeth. These options can help you feel more confident with a perfect smile!
In most cases cosmetic dentistry will be covered by insurance companies. They do in some cases reject to cover some elective procedures performed. Anything that is deemed medically necessary due to decay or disease should be covered. This includes issues from accidents or injuries. In some cases, these procedures will be used to replace missing teeth and help with the mechanics of the patient's bite. These cases are also usually covered.
The only time they will not cover your cosmetic dentistry is when the procedure is solely to enhance the aesthetics of the patients smile. If the issue is not related to an injury, impairment, or decay, insurance will most likely not cover it. There will have to be a medical necessity for the procedures. To find out more information you'll have to speak with your insurance provider to see what they will and will not cover. Contact us today if you need any assistance or need anymore information.