Cosmetic Dentistry Specialist
When a patient’s teeth are discolored, crooked or damaged, they may not feel proud of their smile. Dr. Juli Eivens and Dr. Jennifer Laubach of Advanced Smiles Dental, P.A. are proud members of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and are uniquely qualified in the art of cosmetic dentistry. Both doctors offer cosmetic dentistry procedures to deal with these issues and restore a patient’s confidence, giving them the bright smile they always wanted. Patients in and around Austin, Texas, can learn more about cosmetic dentistry by contacting the office or requesting an online appointment today for a custom consultation.
Cosmetic Dentistry Q & A
What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry deals with the improvement of cosmetic issues affecting the teeth including discolored teeth, chipped teeth, crooked teeth, gummy smiles, small teeth and missing teeth. All of these issues affect a patient’s appearance considerably, possibly causing the patient to feel embarrassed when talking or smiling.
What cosmetic dentistry treatments are available?
Advanced Smiles Dental, P.A. proudly offers a range of cosmetic dentistry services, including crowns, tooth-colored fillings, veneers, bridges, dental implants, orthodontic referrals, teeth whitening and gum contouring. Depending on the patient’s needs and treatment goals, Dr. Eivens and Dr. Laubach can give you the beautiful smile you have always wanted.
How much does cosmetic dentistry cost?
Cosmetic dentistry treatment costs vary considerably depending on the procedure as well as the patient’s insurance coverage. Insurance companies may cover some cosmetic dentistry procedures that improve the health of the teeth. However, treatments considered purely cosmetic are less likely to be covered by insurance. Before treatment begins, Dr. Laubach and Dr. Eivens provide a detailed quote of the costs associated with the procedures.
Is cosmetic dentistry painful?
Cosmetic procedures usually have little to no discomfort. Some more invasive procedures, such as dental implants, may require sedation. Dr. Laubach or Dr. Eivens also use sedation for patients who experience dental anxiety.
How long will treatment take?
The treatment usually requires very few visits. The treatment length can depends on the extent of the treatment, the types of procedures and the number of procedures required. Dr. Laubach or Dr. Eivens will estimate how many visits are necessary to complete a treatment plan before treatment begins. Call or schedule your custom cosmetic dental procedure online at Advanced Smiles Dental, P.A. Our practice is currently welcoming new patients and accepts most major forms of insurance.