what is cosmetic dentistry?
We offer cosmetic dentistry at both our Regina and Saskatoon offices. Cosmetic dentistry is dental work that is done in the front of the mouth that is highly visible and typically completed to achieve a more desirable smile. Cosmetic dentistry includes whitening, dental veneers, dental bonding, dental bridges, crowns and dental implants.
why is it needed?
Cosmetic dentistry is completed to improve the appearance of someone’s smile. It is typically done at the request of an individual when they have a desire to make their teeth more visually appealing. It can also be a treatment option to improve the aesthetics of teeth that have been traumatized in an accident or have defects as a result of developmental abnormalities. Cosmetic dentistry is more than just aesthetic beauty, it also promotes a healthy mouth and overall oral hygiene.
how much does cosmetic dentistry cost?
Cosmetic dentistry is a wide encompassing discipline and includes many different types of procedures from simple fillings to complicated porcelain restorations and even some surgeries. To obtain a treatment plan and quote for cosmetic dentistry, book an appointment with a Simpli Dental dentist.
should i consider cosmetic dentistry?
If you are unsatisfied with your smile and are considering options to improve its appearance, cosmetic dentistry may be a good option for you. The best way to determine if cosmetic dentistry will help you achieve your smile goals is by scheduling a consultation and asking a dental professional. By doing so your dentist can provide you with treatment options and answer any questions you may have. With proper care, the effects of cosmetic dentistry can last for several years. This makes cosmetic dentistry very cost-effective.
Simpli Dental offers cosmetic dentistry in Regina and Saskatoon.
Please note that all procedures are completed by a general dentist and not a specialist. Due to variations in individual patient needs and changing oral health conditions, prices are not guaranteed and need to be approved in office prior to and at the time of treatment.