What Is Cosmetic Dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry specializes in the aesthetic appearance of teeth and gums in an effort to enhance the smile. Thanks to advanced procedures and state-of-the-art technology, everyone can have access to beautiful teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry addresses common imperfections, such as stains, missing teeth, gaps, chipped teeth, and so forth, by using procedures such as teeth whitening, dental implants, veneers, crowns, the Cleopatra technique, Invisalign, and more.
Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry
- A boost of confidence
- Improved oral health
- Enhanced, youthful appearance
- Better diet, nutrition, and digestion
- Reduced ‘gummy’ smile
- Restored alignment
- Whiter teeth
At Truth & Laughter Dentistry, we understand that not everyone has the same dental needs. That is why we take the time to listen to your concerns so we may provide you with treatment options that will give you the results you are looking for. To make this happen, we are highly skilled at a variety of different cosmetic procedures, including:
Why Choose Truth and Laughter Dentistry?
The dental team at Truth & Laughter Dentistry may be professionals, but that doesn’t stop us from being the biggest supporters of your oral health. We deeply understand how a smile transformation can improve your overall quality of life. And we want you to experience it as we cheer you on.
To reach the greatest heights of cosmetic dentistry, you have to bring together the design aspect of creating a smile and exceptional dental work. This is the only path toward a smile that not only looks healthy but actually is healthy. Thanks to high-quality materials and advanced procedures to achieve results, that is what you will find here.
Is teeth whitening painful?
We offer professional teeth whitening that is done in-office using an extraordinarily-effective, medical-grade whitening product. Everything is done under the care of professionals - and it is not a painful process. It is important to note that some patients do experience mild, temporary sensitivity after whitening, but this dissipates rather quickly.
Is cosmetic dentistry covered by insurance?
Every insurance policy is different so you would need to take a look at your specific coverage. However, cosmetic dentistry is often viewed as elective treatment and is generally not covered by dental insurance.
How do I know if I should get cosmetic surgery?
If you dream of having a beautifully transformed smile, then you may want to consider cosmetic dentistry - especially if you have crooked, chipped, stained, or missing teeth. Effective treatments are available to give you the smile of your dreams.