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Cosmetic Dentistry

Greet the World
with a Brighter Smile

When you smile at others, do you proudly show off all of your teeth? Or do you keep your lips closed tight out of embarrassment? You won’t be able to make a dazzling first impression if you’re not confident in your grin, so if any flaws bother you whenever you look in the mirror, get in touch with Mios Dental to ask about the different ways Dr. Le can help you create the smile of your dreams through cosmetic dentistry in Carrollton, TX.

Why Choose Mios Dental for Cosmetic Dentistry?

  • Fully Personalized Approach for Each Patient
  • Competitive Prices for Cosmetic Services
  • Experienced Dentist and Team
Woman in need of cosmetic dentistry covering her smile

Porcelain Veneers

Two porcelain veneers options

Unlike a crown, a veneer only covers the part of the tooth that’s visible to others. They are typically made of porcelain, which not only imitates the appearance of natural enamel, but also will resist staining from dark-colored foods and beverages such as blueberries or coffee. The main advantage of veneers is their versatility; from numerous cracks to severe discoloration to misshapen teeth, they can correct a wide variety of cosmetic flaws in just one fell swoop.

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Woman's smile compared with Lumineer color chart

Lumineers are used to make the same kind of enhancements to your smile as veneers. However, they are much thinner – only about the thickness of a contact lens. Because of this, they can normally be attached to the teeth right away without the need for additional preparation; with veneers, we would most likely have to remove a small amount of enamel so that the end result looks as natural as possible. As a side benefit, Lumineers can be removed later if you so choose.

Metal-Free Dental Crowns

Man with healthy smile after metal free dental crown placement

Some crowns are purely cosmetic while others are used to restore your oral health. In either case, though, you can maintain your smile’s natural appearance with a ceramic crown. The material already closely resembles that of a real tooth, and we can shade it so that it is a perfect match for the enamel that can already be found inside your mouth. You won’t have to give up durability for aesthetics; ceramic crowns can last for about 5 to 15 years on average.

Cosmetic Dental Bonding

Patient receiving cosmetic dental bonding

One of the simplest and least costly cosmetic procedures we offer, bonding involves molding a tooth-colored composite resin over parts of the tooth that have become stained, decayed, chipped, or fractured. It can also be used to lengthen your teeth or close small spaces between them. The procedure can be done with no preparation, and we won’t even need to numb your mouth. It normally takes just 30 minutes to an hour to make all the necessary corrections.

ZOOM® Teeth Whitening

Patient receiving zoom teeth whitening treatment

If your teeth are looking duller than you’d like, we can brighten them by up to 8 shades – sometimes even more – thanks to the state-of-the-art ZOOM whitening system. After getting your mouth ready and using a shade guide to set a clear goal, we’ll place a protective solution on your gums and apply the whitening gel to your teeth. The gel is activated by a special light and left in place for about 15 minutes at a time. This simple in-office procedure can dramatically change the appearance of your grin over the course of a single lunch break! Professional grade take-home whitening kits are also available.

Gum Recontouring

Woman with gorgeous smile after gum recontouring

The gums normally shouldn’t be visible when you pull your lips back to smile; at the very least, you should see far less gum tissue than visible teeth. If your smile is looking a little too “gummy,” we can use the gum recontouring process to get rid of the excess tissue and return some balance to your grin. You might also hear this procedure referred to as “crown lengthening” when it’s used to expose more of the tooth so that a restoration can be placed.

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