When you want your clothes to fit you exceptionally well, you see a tailor.

When you want a haircut that flatters your features, you see a stylist.

And when you want an impeccable smile that is uniquely your own, you see San Antonio, TX dental office Cosmetic Dental Associates and their in-office lab.

Watch Our Artists Create in our In-House Lab Our in-office lab employs a team of experienced ceramic technicians and highly specialized cosmetic dental assistants. Your smile will be crafted with precision and care. You’ll work firsthand with award-winning cosmetic dentist Dr. John A. Moore, Jr. and his colleague, Dr. Gilberto Tostado, to meet your smile goals. Any adjustments necessary can be made on-site for:

For a tour of our ultra-modern office or to schedule your consultation, call us at 210-951-4444 or fill out our easy online form.

A New Smile In Two Visits

Having an in-office lab removes a lot of the wait time between your visit and your new smile. Because we craft many of our offerings in-house, you don’t have to wait for designs to be sent out to manufacturers and for the manufacturer to send back the final product. Your new smile selection will be made right here on-site where we can be certain it meets our high standards for quality.

Try Before You Commit

As soon as your dental veneers, dental crowns, or other cosmetic dentistry selection is ready in our lab, you’ll have the opportunity to try it on and see what you’ll look like before committing. If changes need to be made, it’s as simple as walking your veneers back down to the lab for touch-ups. Being satisfied with your new smile from Cosmetic Dental Associates doesn’t mean having to deal with significant delays.

For a smile that is authentically yours, choose Cosmetic Dental Associates. Call us at 210-951-4444 or fill out our online form to schedule your consultation.

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