What procedures will I need?
Everyone’s mouth is unique, and no one has the same goals. As a result, a cookie-cutter treatment plan won’t work. You need procedures catering to your needs, but we can’t determine which you’ll benefit from without first examining your mouth. Based on the results of the examination and your preferences, you may be a candidate for one or more procedures, such as:
Rest assured, our dentists will explain all your options and their costs to make the best decision for your smile and budget.
How much does a smile makeover cost?
Since every treatment plan is personalized, there’s not a flat rate for a smile makeover. Various factors affect the amount you’ll pay, such as the type of procedures and complexity of your case. We believe everyone deserves to have a beautiful, confident smile, which is why we offer many financial options to keep your treatment affordable. Besides traditional payment methods, we also accept third-party financing. You can pay for your new smile using monthly installments through a third-party financing company, like CareCredit.
Will dental insurance cover a smile makeover?
That’s a difficult question because some cosmetic procedures offer restorative benefits. Typically, dental insurance won’t cover the cost of elective procedures; however, advancements in dentistry make many common treatments more versatile than ever. Certain elective options can also be used to treat dental issues, like chips and cracks. If your cosmetic dentist determines a treatment is medically necessary, you may be able to use your coverage to offset the cost. You won’t have to navigate your policy alone. A member of our staff will work on your behalf with your dental insurance to maximize any applicable benefits. After meeting your deductible, your plan can pay up to 80% of the cost of restorative treatments, like tooth-colored fillings.
How long will my smile makeover last?
The lifespan of your new smile depends on multiple factors, like the type of procedures used and your lifestyle. Some treatments can last for a few years, while others can span for decades. Your cosmetic dentist will explain how long you can expect your results to last. You can promote the longevity of your investment by brushing and flossing at home. It’s best to avoid anything that may damage your results, like using your teeth as tools or eating hard foods. Don’t forget to visit your dentist at least twice a year for a cleaning and check. They’ll examine your smile at each routine appointment to ensure it continues to serve you for as long as possible.