Even when your teeth are healthy, you may still be unhappy with the appearance of your smile. The purpose of cosmetic dentistry is to address these issues and create a smile that makes you proud. Dr. Trevor Tsuchikawa offers cosmetic dentistry services to patients at Dr. Trevor Cosmetic and Family Dentistry. To schedule cosmetic dentistry services, please contact our office in Renton, Washington, by phone or online today.
The purpose of cosmetic dentistry is to enhance the appearance of your smile by correcting issues that embarrass you, such as discolored or crooked teeth. Dr. Trevor Cosmetic and Family Dentistry offers a variety of cosmetic services to patients of all ages.
Dr. Trevor offers a wide range of cosmetic dentistry services to patients, including:
Some patients need only one cosmetic dentistry service to achieve their desired result, while others need two or more.
Each of these treatments serves a different purpose. For example, crowns, veneers, and cosmetic fillings are designed to improve the appearance of discolored, misshapen, or damaged teeth. Invisalign, on the other hand, is designed to straighten your teeth. If your teeth are stained, teeth whitening services can improve their coloring.
Cosmetic dentistry rarely causes significant pain for the patient. Dr. Trevor uses anesthetics to keep you comfortable during any procedures that may be painful.
If you come to Dr. Trevor Cosmetic and Family Dentistry because of cosmetic concerns, Dr. Trevor will begin by examining your teeth. He’ll also talk to you about your treatment goals at this time. Based on the information he gathers during this appointment, Dr. Trevor will develop a customized treatment plan that addresses all of your concerns. He’ll also tell you how much your treatments will cost.
Every patient is unique. The number of treatments you need will depend on your treatment goals, the current condition of your teeth, and other factors. Dr. Trevor will tell you how many treatments you should need before you begin the process.
Services selected for purely cosmetic purposes aren’t usually covered by dental insurance. However, if a procedure also addresses an oral health issue, such as a cavity, some or all of the cost may be covered. To learn more about what services are covered, consult your insurance provider.