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We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Consider seeing a cosmetic dentist if you are dissatisfied with the look of your smile. If you’re unhappy with your smile, you may feel self-conscious and you may miss out on important social experiences and career opportunities.
Having a winning smile which boosts your self-confidence can open doors for you. You’ll go out of your way to smile at someone and you’ll have the confidence you need to go after career opportunities. A smile makeover most likely won’t change your life, but your new found self-confidence can.
What Is Cosmetic Dental Care?
There are three main types of dental care. The first, preventative care, is concerned with preventing decay and other dental diseases. The second, restorative care, treats dental diseases, such as cavities and gum disease. The third type of dental care is cosmetic care. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving a patient’s smile, although, some cosmetic treatments are also restorative. If you choose a cosmetic dentist to close gaps between your teeth, the procedure will certainly make your smile look better; however, it can also make chewing easier, so the procedure has a restorative benefit as well.
At our office, we specialize in creating youth-enhancing smiles. Did you know veneers can easily hide worn down front teeth? Years and years of chewing takes its toll on our front teeth. Normally, they are slightly longer than the adjacent teeth, giving us a youthful appearance. When they wear down, it can add years to your face. Additionally, as you get older, teeth inevitably chip or crack. These little imperfections may not be harmful, but they will age you. Yellowed and stained teeth are another issue that makes you look not only older but unhealthy as well. Fortunately, a cosmetic dentist can whiten your teeth in about an hour after he or she fixes any cracks in your teeth.
What Are Typical Cosmetic Dentistry Services?
Cosmetic dentistry procedures cover a wide range of services meant to improve the appearance of your teeth and gums. They can be services which repair broken teeth or repair missing teeth and even services which straighten crooked teeth. There are new cosmetic procedures developed in the last few years available which your dentist may suggest depending on the severity of your dental issues. These are minimally invasive; we prefer to save as much of your natural tooth structure as possible. Our dentists focus on providing affordable cosmetic dentistry through the services below:
Will Dental Insurance Cover Cosmetic Dentistry Costs?
Typically, dental insurance plans do not cover cosmetic dental work since it’s usually elective. Nevertheless, some plans will cover part of our fee for crowns and other restorative treatments if there is a positive impact on your oral health as well as your appearance. There are some premium dental insurance plans which cover cosmetic dentistry, although they are rare. If you call our office and request an appointment, our dentist can help you determine whether any of the procedures you are interested in have a restorative benefit.
Where Can I Find a Cosmetic Dental Office Near Me?
If you’re searching for reliable cosmetic dentistry near me, your search is over. We endeavor to offer reliable, high-quality care to our patients. Our dentists can help you design the smile of your dreams and then make it affordable with various payment options.
When you come in for your initial consultation, you can explain to your dentist what it is about your smile that makes you unhappy. Some of our patients were so unhappy with the appearance of their teeth, they stopped smiling. Your dentist will recommend a procedure or several procedures which address the problem. You’ll learn how long it takes to see results and your dentist will ensure you have reasonable expectations. You can also discuss the total cost with your dentist. We believe in being upfront about our fees so you can plan for your payment.
What Is the Typical Cosmetic Dentistry Cost?
There isn’t an typical cost for cosmetic dentistry since some patients need only one procedure while some need more than one to achieve their smile goals. Other factors which can influence your total cost include dental insurance coverage and the quality of materials used in your restorations. For example, a gold crown is significantly more expensive than a porcelain-fused-to-metal crown. The number of appointments needed to complete the work is also a factor in your cost. Whatever your budget, we will try to get you the smile you deserve. Please contact our office to learn about our payment options.
If you are interested in cosmetic dentistry in South Bend, please call our cosmetic dental office to schedule a consultation. We enjoy meeting new patients and helping make their dental dreams come true.