When you visit Arlington Dental Excellence for cosmetic dentistry, our skilled dental professionals will carefully evaluate your smile and design a treatment plan to improve the appearance of your teeth and enhance the natural beauty of your smile. Our team will also help you make the necessary financial arrangements needed for you to acquire the smile you have always dreamed of without having to cut back on any expenses of your regular day-to-day life. Cosmetic dentistry is an excellent choice for people whose smiles are marred by flaws and imperfections, such as:
Following your cosmetic consultation, our dentist will work with you to design a customized treatment plan based on your needs and desires. We want to help you enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile for a lifetime.
Contact our practice today to make your appointment with our dentist and learn more about our cosmetic dental services. We look forward to helping you improve your smile!
At Arlington Dental Excellence, we understand that getting tooth restoration, such as snap-on dentures, is a big decision. Here are some of the questions we are commonly asked about this procedure:
A: During your initial consultation, we will discuss what you hope to change about your smile. Based on your desires, dental health, and budget, we’ll recommend a treatment plan that fits all of your needs.
A: Though technically an orthodontic treatment, braces often overlap into cosmetic dentistry as they alter the appearance of your smile. At Arlington Dental Excellence, we offer Invisalign to our patients looking for a straighter smile.
A: Your safety is our top priority. After a thorough examination of your dental health, our team will create a custom treatment plan that is completely safe for your smile.
A: Snap-on Smile is a completely removable enhancement that requires no alteration of your natural teeth. Veneers are a permanent solution for correcting tooth shape, color, and size. This treatment involves some shaping and enamel removal before your custom, porcelain shells can be bonded to your teeth.