You don’t need to be a dentist to know the power of a beautiful smile. Big, bright, and white teeth are often considered a sign of youth, attractiveness, friendliness, intelligence, and pretty much any other positive word you can think of! If you have noticeable stains, chips, cracks, or gaps that are holding back your smile, the team at Real Dental can use cosmetic dentistry in Grand Prairie, TX to make them disappear and give you that dream look you desire. Enhancing your smile is much easier and affordable than you might think, and the benefits are literally endless. To learn more and/or schedule an in-person consultation, give us a call today.
With porcelain veneers, you can change just about every aspect of your teeth with a single procedure, including their color, size, and spacing. It involves placing extremely thin ceramic shells over the front of the teeth to hide imperfections and create a beautiful, well-balanced look. Every porcelain veneer we provide is custom-made, so you can get just one or an entire set to completely transform your smile in as little as two appointments.
A dental crown can take a damaged tooth that is about to be extracted and make it look and feel like new again, and rather than giving you some silver or gold restoration that will instantly stick out in your smile, we can provide all-porcelain crowns. These can completely repair severely decayed and broken teeth while also giving them a pristine and natural appearance. With our porcelain crowns, only you and your dentist will know which of your teeth aren’t original.
Cosmetic bonding allows us to get rid of minor flaws in as little as an hour. We simply take a tooth-colored composite resin and apply it to a small chip, stain, or gap. Then, the dentist sculpts the resin to make the blemish disappear. Once it has been polished and shined, it will look like nothing was ever wrong with the tooth in the first place! This is a fast and affordable treatment that consistently delivers stunning results, and it can be relied on to last for about 10 years.