A smile makeover combines multiple cosmetic procedures to create an entirely new smile. At Living Life Dentistry, Dr. Gary Kinder draws on his decades of experience to give you the stunning smile you have always wanted. He is experienced in a wide range of dental treatments, including porcelain veneers, and teeth whitening. His attention to detail makes your treatment safe and comfortable. He uses the latest restorative materials, giving your veneers and crowns a luminous and highly natural appearance. Following a makeover at our Knoxville, TN, practice, you can experience a new level of confidence and satisfaction with your appearance.
Is a Smile Makeover Right for You?
If you are in good oral health, but you are unhappy with the look of your smile, you are likely a candidate for a makeover. This comprehensive approach can address:
- Dental stains
- Cracked or chipped teeth
- Misshapen or worn teeth
- Small gaps between your teeth
- Uneven or overly large gums
- Slight misalignment
- General asymmetry
Before he can correct any cosmetic issues, Dr. Kinder will need to treat any oral health issues such as decay or gum disease. Once these issues have been resolved, your smile makeover can begin.
Smile makeovers often give patients boosted confidence that allows them to experience greater success and satisfaction in their personal and professional lives.
Your Customized Treatment
Your smile makeover will be customized according to your goals and needs. Dr. Kinder will conduct a complete consultation beforehand in order to gather this information. At Living Life Dentistry, we want to make sure that your care is affordable so that you do not have to compromise your goals. Because cosmetic treatments are not usually covered by insurance, we offer CareCredit® financing with fixed, low, and even no-interest repayment plans. Our staff can explain this option in detail during your visit.
Based on what you hope to achieve, Dr. Kinder may recommend:
Depending on the extent of enhancement you need, your treatment may take place in phases. By performing procedures such as teeth whitening early in the process, your dentist can match the shade of your restorations to the new color of your smile.