Cosmetic Dentist in Carrollton

cosmetic dentistAs a general dentist, Dr. Capua is first and foremost concerned about the health of your teeth, your gums and your entire oral cavity. As a cosmetic dentist, she understands that the appearance of your smile is vitally important, too. How you present yourself to the world can be dramatically influenced by whether or not your smile is as attractive as possible. With this in mind, Dr. Capua and her team offer a number of cosmetic dentistry treatments that will have you smiling from ear to ear!

Teeth Whitening with Your Cosmetic Dentist

If you want to make a big difference in your smile without spending a lot of money, then teeth whitening is the cosmetic procedure for you. We offer both in-office whitening for a whiter smile in a hurry and take-home whitening for convenience and comfort. With the in-office system, a special light is directed onto your teeth after the bleaching gel is applied. The light activates and accelerates the whitening process. With our take-home kit, we’ll give you custom fitted trays and professional strength gel.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

These fillings actually cross the line between restorative and cosmetic dentistry. As a strong and durable solution to tooth decay, tooth-colored fillings restore a tooth with a cavity to its previous functionality. However, because these fillings are shaded to match the color of your tooth, they are also cosmetic. Tooth-colored fillings can be used to repair new decay and they can also replace any silver amalgam fillings you want to get rid of, so any dark spots do not mar your smile.

Porcelain Veneers and Crowns

As the name suggests, porcelain veneers are coverings that lay over your teeth. Some patients present with a number of different smile imperfections: chips, cracks, breaks, permanent stains or discoloration, irregular spacing or slightly misaligned teeth. In these instances, concealing the problem is the best solution. Dr. Capua will design veneers that complement your mouth and your facial features.

While porcelain veneers cover the front of your teeth to change your smile, dental crowns cover an entire tooth to restore form and function. Crowns are used to preserve a tooth that has been severely damaged by decay or injury. The result is a new tooth that looks and performs as well as a natural tooth.

Call Our Office Today

If you would like to find out how cosmetic dentistry can help you have the smile you deserve, then call Dr. Capua, the cosmetic dentist Lewisville, Carrollton and surrounding communities rely on for healthy and beautiful smiles.