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Exceptional Aesthetic Dental Services for Exceptional Smiles

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A beautiful smile is a valuable asset. Brilliantly white, shapely teeth will increase your attractiveness and confidence, giving you an edge socially and professionally. As an experienced cosmetic dentist in North Dallas, Dr. Robert Mitchell offers a variety of exceptional aesthetic dental services that result in exceptional smiles! Whether you want to totally transform your look or make subtle changes to your teeth, we are ready to assist you. To learn more about how he and his team may be able to serve you, get in touch with our friendly dental team at North Dallas Cosmetic Dentistry - Robert B. Mitchell today.

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Veneers are ultra-thin pieces of porcelain that we attach to the outward-facing surfaces of teeth. They look virtually identical to natural tooth enamel, and they are able to disguise a range of dental imperfections, including tooth chips, cracks, discoloration, and more. The veneers treatment process requires just a few visits to our dental office, and after your veneers are in place, you can expect them to stand the test of time. In fact, veneers in North Dallas usually last for at least 10 to 15 years before they need to be replaced!

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Teeth Whitening

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Does your smile look a little dull, yellow, or lackluster? Over-the-counter teeth whitening products are often limited in what they can accomplish. Professional treatments deliver more dramatic results in a shorter period of time. We can use a strong bleaching formula to penetrate the tooth enamel, break up pigment molecules, and brighten the teeth by several shades. We can even assist you with stubborn tooth stains, such as those caused by certain medications or years of coffee consumption.

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Cosmetic Dental Bonding

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Cosmetic dental bonding, also known as direct bonding or simply dental bonding, involves the use of a tooth-colored resin that we mold over the teeth. It can disguise a number of imperfections, including chips, discoloration, and more.  The treatment process is noninvasive, painless, and fast; in fact, it takes just one appointment! Patients typically enjoy at least a few years of improved aesthetics following their cosmetic dental bonding treatment.

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Smile Makeovers

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Some patients come to us with several significant aesthetic flaws in their smile, such as tooth discoloration, misshapen teeth, and more. For such individuals, we typically recommend a smile makeover. This comprehensive treatment plan may involve several different cosmetic dentistry services, such as teeth whitening, veneers, and more, all of which will work together to produce a gorgeous new smile. With proper care, the results of a smile makeover may last for several years or longer.

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Understanding the Cost of Cosmetic Dentistry

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Did you know that even if two patients receive the same type of cosmetic treatments, the price they pay may not be the same? Because we customize treatment to your unique smile, it may differ in cost from someone getting a similar procedure. The best way to know how much your path to a perfect smile will cost is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Mitchell. He will discuss your goals and put together a plan that will get you there! After that point, we can provide an accurate price.

Which Cosmetic Dental Service is Right for Me?

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Cost shouldn’t be the only factor you consider when choosing the cosmetic procedure(s) right for you, but we understand that it is a valid concern. Let us know about your needs and goals, and we will try to customize your treatment plan in a way that fits within your budget and gives you the results you want. Although we can’t give general estimates for cosmetic procedures, there are some concepts that generally apply:

  • Teeth whitening is usually the least expensive treatment.
  • Cosmetic bonding typically costs less than veneers.
  • Smile makeovers can consist of any number and type of procedure, resulting in a wide range of prices.

Cosmetic Dentistry Can Be an Investment Worth Making

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Although improving the aesthetic of your smile is mostly considered an elective choice, it can have serious impacts on your mental health and self-esteem. When you like how your teeth look, you’re more willing to share it through a smile, which not only brings cheer to others but also to you! In fact, researchers have found that smiling more can boost mood.

Plus, having an attractive smile can help you reach your goals professionally and socially by helping you make a strong, positive impression with others. In other words, it’s clear that investing in your smile is well worthwhile!

How to Make Cosmetic Dentistry Affordable

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Even if you have dental insurance benefits, you will likely be obligated to pay the entire cost of treatment yourself because insurance companies rarely include cosmetic procedures in their coverage. But we understand that the amount may be too uncomfortable to pay at once. Our practice can accept cash or credit cards, but we are also willing to help you apply for CareCredit financing. Through this company’s program, you can pay for your treatment in smaller portions monthly instead of all upfront.

Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

Q: Is Cosmetic Dentistry Safe?

Once you are under the care of a trained professional, most cosmetic dentistry treatments are safe for the majority of patients. However, not every treatment is right for everyone. That’s why your dentist examines your mouth ahead of time, giving you an honest assessment of which procedures may or may not be ideal for you. Some cosmetic services may pose a risk if there is an underlying health condition that isn’t treated first. For instance, placing a veneer over a decayed tooth can make the decay more difficult to treat later on. However, your dentist will plan to address problems like these before beginning your treatment.

Q: How Do I Know If I Need Cosmetic Dentistry?

If you don’t feel confident when showing off your smile, you could likely benefit from cosmetic dentistry. Stained and discolored teeth can be resolved with professional teeth whitening. Chipped and cracked teeth can be protected with veneers or crowns. If you are hoping to appear more youthful, cosmetic dentistry can help with that too. Bright, healthy-looking smiles are associated with youth, so cosmetic treatments can take years off your appearance! The best way to find out if a cosmetic treatment is right for you is to see your dentist for a consultation. This way, you can discuss a treatment plan that can best help you achieve your goals.

Q: Does Cosmetic Dentistry Hurt?

Something that holds many patients back from pursuing dental treatments of any kind is the fear of pain. Fortunately, we will always do everything we can to make our patients as comfortable as possible in the dental chair. Most cosmetic treatments are non-invasive, so they don’t even require a local anesthetic. If you need to have your teeth reshaped to place veneers or dental crowns, the area will be numbed ahead of time. Some procedures can cause some residual soreness for a few days afterward, but this should be mild and temporary. An over-the-counter pain reliever and/or cold compress can help to reduce discomfort.

Q: What Is the Difference Between a Dentist and a Cosmetic Dentist?

All cosmetic dentists have completed basic dentistry training and earned dental doctorates. However, not all general dentists have training in specific cosmetic procedures. Technically, a “cosmetic dentist” isn’t a specialist in the same way an orthodontist or a pediatric dentist is. However, many dentists choose to dedicate much of their continuing education to cosmetic training. For instance, Dr. Mitchel is a proud member of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and he has completed numerous national and international postgraduate courses on the latest restorative and cosmetic dentistry techniques.

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