Smile Makeovers in Richmond, TX

If you have numerous imperfections in your smile, due to either injury or decay, you might think that it isn’t possible to achieve the beautiful smile that most people want. Actually, this can be achieved with a smile makeover in Richmond, TX. Your dentist at Silverstone Dental offers this service to help patients address issues in their smiles that they are concerned with and create a more attractive and healthier smile.

What is a Smile Makeover?

A smile makeover is not just one treatment but is more of a process. It consists of putting together several procedures in cosmetic dentistry to create a treatment plan that is customized for each patient. Treatments commonly used for a smile makeover include:

  • Dental veneers
  • Composite bonding
  • Teeth whitening
  • Dental implants

Unlike other cosmetic dentistry treatments, a smile makeover is much more customized to each patient. Your dentist at Silverstone Dental will take several factors into consideration when creating your treatment plans, such as your skin tone, facial appearance, and specific characteristics about the teeth (width, length, shape, etc.). You will be able to discuss your concerns with your dentist during your consultation, and together, you can form a treatment plan with the most appropriate procedures to achieve your target smile.

What Can Be Treated with a Smile Makeover?

At our dental office near you in Richmond, TX, we can address a wide range of issues with a smile makeover, such as:

  • Tooth color
  • Alignment and spacing
  • Missing teeth
  • Balance
  • Fuller lips, smile, and cheeks

Procedure

Because it is a process, a smile makeover can take several months to complete, especially if dental implants or orthodontics is part of the treatment plan. Your dentist may use digital imaging software to plan out the work on your teeth and may even be able to provide you with a preview of your results. Another way to help you visualize your results is to use a dental composite bonding mockup, in which a composite resin material is bonded to the teeth temporarily to give you an idea of what veneers will look and feel like. Your dentist may need to take impressions of your teeth for the most precise treatment.

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