Cosmetic Dentistry – Keller, TX
Dramatically Improve Your Smile
You want your smile to make a lasting impression whenever you head to an important job interview or go on a date, but the various flaws your teeth might suffer from over the years can leave you feeling self-conscious about showing them off. If you want to see for yourself the difference that dazzling teeth can make in your life, get in contact with Dr. Walia to ask about the various options for cosmetic dentistry in Keller, TX that Dr. Walia offers. Even the smallest changes can have an enormous impact when it comes to creating a grin that you can be proud of!
Why Choose Ridgepoint Dental for Cosmetic Dentistry?
- Dazzling, Lifelike Restorations
We Treat You
- Efficient, Effective In-Practice Whitening
Patients who are thinking about extensive smile makeovers should definitely consider veneers for making various changes. A veneer is simply a shell that has been attached to the front of your tooth, allowing it to hide cracks, stains, gaps, and various other flaws in one fell swoop. Nowadays, porcelain is used to make veneers because it is a very durable tooth-colored material that resists discoloration much better than your natural teeth do. Depending on your needs, you might receive one veneer or several.Learn More About Veneers
Lumineers are even thinner than regular veneers. They hide all of the same cosmetic issues, but because of their size, they can be attached to a tooth without us having to perform any preparations first. In other words, there’s no need to make permanent alterations to the enamel in order to make room for Lumineers. Not only does this help you preserve more of your natural tooth structure, but it gives you the option of having the Lumineers removed later if you want to.
Metal-Free Dental Restorations
Crowns and fillings typically aren’t placed for purely cosmetic reasons, but that doesn’t mean your appearance isn’t still a concern. Restorations that are made of gold or a metal amalgam are often found to be unsightly when placed in the mouth. Luckily, we’ve found a way to protect the teeth using tooth-colored materials such as flexible composite resin or natural-looking porcelain crowns. Our restorations are as reliable as they are attractive; we’re happy to use them to enhance your smile while also restoring your ability to bite and chew all kinds of foods safely and comfortably.
Not every cosmetic issue requires an extensive treatment to fix. Direct bonding, for example, is a relatively quick and straightforward way to repair small cracks, fill in certain gaps, hide stains, and make a number of other corrections. Over the course of an hour-long appointment, we can carefully apply composite resin to your teeth, shaping and shading that material in order to help it blend in with its surroundings. Compared to other cosmetic procedures, direct bonding is typically a less costly treatment as well as a significantly shorter one.
In-Practice Teeth Whitening
Store-bought whitening strips and toothpaste may claim to remove tooth stains, but in many cases the ingredients they contain simply won’t be powerful enough to reach the source of the discoloration. A professional Zoom! whitening treatment makes use of a special gel that is activated by light, allowing it to break up stains beneath the surface of your enamel. This can brighten your smile by multiple shades after just one appointment! The results are often dramatic, and you can expect them to last a long time as long as you continue to take excellent care of your teeth.
At-Home Teeth Whitening
Would you rather have the whitening process done at home? For your convenience, we can give you a customized whitening kit that has been stocked with a special gel and customized oral trays. Simply fill the trays with the gel, then wear them over your teeth for a set amount of time. (This might mean at some point during the day or overnight.) For most patients, it usually takes about two weeks before you start seeing the impact of a take-home whitening kit.
Gum Recontouring / Crown Lengthening
Many people underestimate the impact that the gum line has on their smile. If it’s too low, the teeth will look unnaturally small, and the grin will look very “gummy” as a result. Removing some of the unneeded gum tissue allows us to properly shape the gum line, exposing more of the enamel so as to give your smile a more balanced look. Crown lengthening is a similar procedure, but it’s done to make room for a dental crown or another type of restoration.