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Cosmetic Dentistry – Saginaw, TX

Detailed Treatments for Enhancing Your Smile

Having positive oral health is always a priority at Saginaw Dental, but that doesn’t mean we’re forgetting about the many patients who are unhappy with their smile’s appearance. In fact, having a healthy smile can do wonders for your confidence and self-esteem as well. We’re more than happy to include multiple cosmetic treatments to help you achieve the smile of your dreams. Give Dr. Renkuntla a call to get started with cosmetic dentistry in Saginaw!

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Why Choose Saginaw Dental for Cosmetic Dentistry?

Porcelain Veneers

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Over the years, discoloration, chips, cracks, and gaps can begin to form, making your smile look pretty lackluster. If you want to hide as many imperfections in your teeth with as few treatments as possible, porcelain veneers are one of the most comprehensive solutions. Each veneer is customized to fit over your teeth exactly. Everything from the shape, size, and color are taken into account, ensuring that your smile looks natural throughout.

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Metal-Free Dental Restorations

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Choosing materials is an incredibly important part of cosmetic dentistry. Without ceramics that blend in with teeth, your smile fails to maintain the uniform appearance it needs to look beautiful. Our dental office makes use of zirconia and Emax restorations, whether you need a crown, veneer or other restoration created. Of course, these materials are also designed to last for many years, so you can smile and live your life with confidence.

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Cosmetic Dental Bonding

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For many, subtle improvements in their teeth are more than enough to make smiling an easy task. With cosmetic bonding, we can easily hide numerous chips, cracks, discoloration, and even gaps in between teeth. This composite resin material is ideal for restoring teeth in many ways, including for cosmetic purposes. We simply mold and shape the resin into your enamel, then harden it using a curing light. In just one appointment, you can hide multiple imperfections and maintain a beautiful smile for years to come.

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Smile Makeover

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A smile makeover is a great way to transform your teeth when plagued by stains, chips, cracks, and other imperfections. You no longer need to feel embarrassed or ashamed by your smile because the team at Saginaw Dental can customize a treatment plan based on your needs. By combining one or more cosmetic dentistry services, we can eliminate flaws and enhance your smile’s aesthetics to produce outstanding, life-changing results.

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GLO Teeth Whitening

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Do you have pigmented stains or stubborn discoloration plaguing your smile? Restore your bright grin with GLO teeth whitening! This innovative cosmetic dentistry treatment can dramatically transform the shade of your smile, uses sensitivity-free hydrogen peroxide, is vegan and gluten-free – the list of benefits goes on. Take the next step toward the beautiful, healthy smile you deserve by scheduling your initial consultation today.

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Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

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When you aren’t happy with your smile, you never have to settle because your cosmetic dentist in Saginaw is ready to assist you. Dr. Renkuntla utilizes top-tier materials for attractive solutions that are durable and Virtual Smile Design can create a digital representation of what your treatment results will look like. Still, you may want to learn more before moving forward. To help you in that pursuit, we’ve answered some frequently asked questions from past patients. If you don’t see a particular question below, be sure to contact our team!

Am I Eligible for Cosmetic Dentistry?

Not everyone makes a good candidate for cosmetic dental work. To qualify, you must be in good oral health, meaning you cannot have cavities, gum disease, or other health-related issue. Once your dental health troubles have been addressed, we can revisit cosmetic treatment options. To see if you are eligible for cosmetic dentistry, you’ll first need to meet with us for a consultation. After a thorough examination, we can tell you whether you are clear to move forward, and it offers the perfect opportunity to ask any questions you might have!

How Do I Know If I Need Cosmetic Dentistry?

Honestly, there’s a particular treatment available for anyone unhappy with their smile. If you want whiter teeth, professional teeth whitening is an option you can explore. If you have chipped or cracked teeth, talk to us about getting veneers or porcelain onlays. Rest assured – there’s a cosmetic solution for almost every problem! The only way to know for sure whether you’re eligible for the treatment you seek is to attend a consultation with our team. We’ll recommend specific procedures based on the changes you want to make.

Does Cosmetic Dentistry Hurt?

Many patients are hesitant to receive cosmetic treatment because they’re worried it will be painful. We’ll prioritize making your experience as comfortable as possible! Some services like teeth whitening are noninvasive, meaning you shouldn’t even need a local anesthetic. However, treatments like veneers will require our dentists to numb your mouth beforehand. Although you might feel mild soreness and discomfort in the first few days following your procedure, you can easily manage it by taking over-the-counter pain medication or using a cold compress.

How Can Cosmetic Dentistry Change Your Life?

Believe it or not, fixing dental imperfections can improve several different aspects of your life. If you’re proud of your smile, you’ll want to show it off every chance you get! That alone can lower stress by causing your body to produce feel-good chemicals called endorphins. Some research suggests that smiling more can even boost your immune system. Additionally, since you’ll want to preserve your hard-earned results, you’ll be more likely to brush, floss, and visit your dentist regularly.

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