At Russell Anderson Jr. Dentistry in Kennesaw, our smile redesign patients believe that life-changing cosmetic dentistry is a worthwhile investment. Indeed, for most people, the value of a healthy, attractive smile cannot be measured in dollars. We recognize, however, that cosmetic dentistry is not cheap.
Do you have to spend thousands of dollars to improve your smile? Actually, no. Today’s post focuses on the most affordable cosmetic dental procedures.
In many cases, dental bonding can be used to correct a tooth that has been chipped.
When Russell Anderson repairs a tooth with dental bonding, a pliable resin material is applied to the tooth. Doctor Anderson expertly molds the material to create the desired shape. The resin is then hardened using a special light. After hardening, Doctor Anderson performs any required trimming and shaping followed by a final polishing.
Dental bonding is generally less pricey than porcelain veneers or dental crowns. Call us at 770-419-2535 to discuss cosmetic dental financing options.
Beware of brand-new Kennesaw area practices that advertise immensely low prices for dental bonding, veneers, or dental implants. The skill and artistic ability necessary to realize minuscule tolerances should not be undertaken by a beginner. Thoroughly research any new cosmetic dentist you are considering for any cosmetic dental procedures or complete smile redesign.
Most Kennesaw people are aware that there are several different tooth whitening methods. Russell Anderson recommends scheduling a tooth whitening consultation to discuss your options. Even inexpensive OTC tooth bleaching systems can be misused and lead to tooth sensitivity, damage to tooth enamel, and uneven coloration.
Regarding the cost of teeth whitening: if you opt for an at-home system from a drugstore, you may have to buy several packages to attain even slight whitening. In-office whitening or a take-home system from our office may be more economical in the long run.
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