A cosmetic dental makeover or a smile makeover is a personalized treatment plan for patients with multiple cosmetic issues with their teeth. When you have multiple goals in obtaining cosmetic dentistry such as repairing both chips and cracks and correcting discoloration, for example. A cosmetic makeover is the best, most affordable way to achieve that. A makeover entails taking a comprehensive approach to your smile and using the best combination of cosmetic treatments to create the most aesthetic results that fit your schedule and budget.
A cosmetic makeover can help correct multiple issues with your teeth simultaneously. This can save you time and money by formulating a treatment plan that can address both issues with one or two treatments rather than many separate treatments. A cosmetic makeover also boosts patients’ confidence in their teeth and overall smile. No one wants to walk around feeling insecure about their teeth, avoiding taking photos, and feeling like they can’t fully express themselves. A beautiful smile can help you make a great first impression and even set you over the edge to land that job interview. This improves your mental health and overall quality of life. Cosmetic treatments can improve more than just the aesthetics of your teeth. Straightening crooked teeth can improve your oral health and speech. Dental bonding and crowns can protect your teeth from further damage and prevent the need for a root canal. Teeth whitening can make you more likely to avoid staining and damaging foods and drinks as well as practice better oral hygiene.
How Much Does a Cosmetic Makeover Cost?
This can vary greatly depending on how many cosmetic treatments are necessary and what specific treatments are being used to address cosmetic imperfections. While several minimally invasive cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening, dental bonding, and tooth contouring can be pretty cost-effective, others like Invisalign, dental crowns, veneers, and dental implants tend to cost more. We can give you a more accurate quote during your consultation with Dr. Perlman or Dr. Mai. Most insurance plans do not cover cosmetic treatments unless you can demonstrate that they are medically necessary. Sometimes cosmetic and restorative treatments overlap and you’re able to get it covered by insurance and other times, you’re not. If you don’t have insurance coverage, you can finance your treatment through an in-house payment plan or CarCredit.
How Do I Decide on the Right Treatment Option?
The right cosmetic treatments for you will depend on your specific goals. During your consultation, we can help you develop a personalized plan that meets all of your cosmetic needs as well as your budget. Some treatments are best at treating specific things while others have several benefits. You can leave it to us to formulate the best treatment plan to address all of your smile concerns. Contact us at Elevate Smile Design today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jason Perlman or Dr. Karyn Mai.