Cosmetic Dentistry – Newton, MA
Get a Smile You Can be Proud Of
With cosmetic dentistry, absolutely everyone can get the kind of smile that always fills them with confidence whenever they show it off. Whether you want to get rid of longstanding flaws or just improve your look in time for an upcoming event, Dr. Anjomi can use her artistic touch to make your teeth more beautiful in whatever way you can imagine. To get started on the road to a brighter and more gorgeous smile, contact us today for cosmetic dentistry in Newton, MA.
Why Choose Newton Dental Care for Cosmetic Dentistry?
- Every Treatment is 100% Tailored to Each Patient
- Straighten Your Teeth WITHOUT Metal Braces
- Smile Like Your Favorite Stars with Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers are able to make multiple imperfections disappear with just one easy treatment. Thin ceramic shells are placed over the front of the teeth like masks, enabling them to fix stains, chips, cracks, and gaps almost instantly. They are custom-made for each patient, and you can get just one or an entire set in as little as two appointments. With simple oral hygiene and regular checkups, they can last for about 20 years.
Metal Free Dental Restorations
When fixing decayed or broken teeth, most other dentists will place some type of metal restoration into your mouth that will always stand out in your smile. At Newton Corner Dental Care, however, Dr. Anjomi uses tooth-colored fillings and white porcelain crowns to improve not only the health of a patient’s smile, but boost their appearance as well. These solutions offer the best of both worlds, and better yet, yours will be made just for you to guarantee the perfect result.
Cosmetic Dental Bonding
If you have a single tooth that needs a little TLC because it has a minor stain, small chip, or creates a thin gap, cosmetic bonding can fix it in just an hour or less. The tooth will be covered with a composite resin to build up the enamel, and this will allow Dr. Anjomi to literally mold the enamel to perfection. After the resin has been hardened with a curing light, you’re done, and the results should easily last for about 10 years.
Whitening your teeth is one of the simplest and most effective ways to improve your overall appearance, and at Newton Corner Dental Care, we offer two excellent options to do it. We can brighten your smile by up to eight shades with a fast treatment in our dental office, or we can send you home with a custom-made kit to use whenever and wherever you like. Regardless of your choice, you can trust either option will make any coffee, wine, or tobacco stains quickly disappear and stay gone.
For adults and older teens with crooked teeth, ClearCorrect allows them to get the straighter smiles they’ve always wanted WITHOUT having to go through metal braces. Instead, clear plastic aligner trays are used to gently shift the teeth into their proper positions. No one will notice you’re using the treatment, and whenever it’s time to eat or brush your teeth, you can just slip your trays off until you’re done. In as little as six months, you can enjoy a dramatic improvement in the alignment of your smile.
Invisalign is another clear aligner orthodontic treatment that works very similarly to ClearCorrect to straighten the teeth. So, what’s the difference? Each system is able to correct certain types of misalignments better than the other, so when you come to see us for a consultation, we’ll tell you which one would be a better fit. That way, you’ll get your final results as quickly and comfortably as possible.
Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs
After reading about all of the services we offer, chances are you’re considering cosmetic dentistry in Newton. However, you may have some hesitations about going through with it. It couldn’t hurt to schedule a consultation with our team to find out more. In the meantime, however, we invite you to read through this list of frequently asked cosmetic dentistry questions.
How Much Does Cosmetic Dentistry Cost?
The cost of cosmetic dentistry can vary significantly from patient to patient. For instance, a patient who wishes to fix one minor flaw with dental bonding will likely pay much less than someone who wants a full-mouth makeover with veneers. When you meet with one of our dentists for your cosmetic consultation, we’ll provide you with all of your treatment options and their pricing information. We can also go over your payment options, such as low-interest loans through CareCredit.
Does Dental Insurance Cover Cosmetic Dentistry?
Oftentimes, dental insurance does NOT cover elective treatments like cosmetic dentistry. However, if your procedure overlaps into restorative dentistry (like in the case of a dental crown that shields your tooth from damage in addition to improving its appearance), your insurance may partially cover the cost.
At Newton Corner Dental Care, we accept virtually all PPO dental insurance plans. Our experienced team members can even file your claims and make sure you’re getting the most out of your benefits.
What Are the Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry?
The most obvious reason to get cosmetic dental work done is to improve the way your smile looks. However, it can offer you so much more than that. Cosmetic dentistry can also:
- Make you look younger – People often associate stained, damaged, or otherwise imperfect teeth with old age. Giving your pearly whites a makeover could turn back the clock on your smile by several years.
- Boost your self-esteem – Being confident in your smile can help you feel your best when having your photo taken, meeting new people, or just going about your everyday life.
- Improve your dental health – Believe it or not, some cosmetic dentistry treatments come with oral health benefits. Others will likely motivate you to take better care of your teeth and ensure your results last as long as possible.
Is Cosmetic Dentistry Right for Me?
When you look in the mirror, are your eyes drawn to some aspect of your smile that you wish looked better? If so, then you might make a good candidate for cosmetic dentistry. In most cases, the only prerequisite is that your teeth and gums are healthy. Any outstanding oral health problems like cavities will have to be treated before we can focus on your smile’s appearance.