Northwest Arkansas Family Dental
Fayetteville, AR Dentist

What Does a Cosmetic Dentist Do?

January 18, 2022
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Posted By: Northwest Arkansas Family Dental

Our cosmetic dentist in Fayetteville, AR designs treatments and procedures to give you the smile you have always wanted. Achieving your dream smile can mean one option or several. It’s all about you and what you’re hoping to achieve cosmetically.

Let’s explore some of what your cosmetic dentist can do for you.

Whiten Your Smile

You probably imagine teeth whitening products when you think about brightening your smile. However, when you think of lighting it safely, dramatically, and predictably, you should consider treatments overseen by a cosmetic dentist!

We use KöR teeth whitening in our dental office because it provides lasting and predictable results for our patients.

Provide a Red-Carpet Grin

Dental veneers in Fayetteville can give you a symmetrical and movie star caliber smile in only a few sittings. In addition, veneers conceal most tooth flaws, making them versatile and popular.

Veneers can camouflage the following:

  • Short teeth
  • Worn teeth
  • Gummy smiles
  • Unusual spacing
  • Discoloration
  • Chips and cracks
  • Slightly crooked teeth

Dental veneers are placed on the surfaces of teeth, and your dentist removes a bit of porcelain to flush them evenly with your gums and natural teeth. Enamel removal means veneers are considered a permanent restoration.

Straighten Your Teeth

Our cosmetic dentist provides Invisalign in Fayetteville, AR, for patients seeking discreet orthodontic experience. These clear aligners can correct bite issues and give your teeth a uniform appearance.

Your initial consultation lets you know how long you’ll need to wear Invisalign.

Restore and Replace Your Teeth

We offer tooth-colored restorations to repair those teeth aesthetically if you have damaged or decayed teeth.

Tooth-colored restorations like fillings and crowns are always customized to match your smile.

And, if you have missing teeth, our cosmetic dentist offers all tooth replacement options to restore your smile.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are tooth root replacements topped with a dental crown.

Implant-Retained Restorations

For patients with significant tooth loss, implant restorations make implant dentistry accessible. Your cosmetic dentist can surgically place implants—usually up to six—to secure a dental bridge or denture.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge closes the gap in your smile by securing a restoration tooth to healthy teeth via dental crowns. A bridge is a fixed solution to tooth loss.

Dentures and Partials

Dentures and partials restore smiles when you have full or partial tooth loss, respectively. Like many tooth replacement options (and restorations), dentures and partials can be considered functional and cosmetic.

Bond Your Teeth to Hide Flaws

The tooth-colored material we use to fill cavities can be repurposed to conceal tooth flaws in an inexpensive method called bonding. Your dentist applies the material carefully and then works with it until the defect is hidden. It is then set with a specialized light.

Reconstruct Your Smile

Your cosmetic dentist can borrow from all aspects of dentistry to reconstruct your entire smile. This approach considers the health and appearance of your teeth and gums.

If you need a lot of treatments, don’t worry. We are always happy to work with patients on a timeline that fits their budget and lifestyle.

Talk to Your Fayetteville, AR Cosmetic Dentist Today

A cosmetic dentist can reimagine and recreate your smile using skill and the latest that dentistry has to offer. If you would like to arrange a consultation to discuss your options and smile desires, reach out today.

We are also happy to accept CareCredit to restore your smile with financing options that work for you.

Our cosmetic dentists see patients from all locations, including Fayetteville, Springdale, Johnson, Rogers, Cave Springs, and your neighborhood.

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