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Spring Smile Savers: Cosmetic Bonding & Dental Veneers

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In this day and age, appearance matters. That’s just the way it goes. Studies have shown that people who dress nice and make an effort to look good will get more attention, high-quality service, and even better paying jobs than others who choose not to make an effort. That’s part of why the state of your smile is so critical, and why you will want to find a dentist in San Antonio that you can trust to keep up with your dental needs all through life. There is some good news for you: Dr. Moore is ready and willing to earn your trust, just like he earned the confidence of so many other patients over the last 35 years! At Cosmetic Dental Associates, we have all the tools and training to keep your mouth healthy and clean. That goes without saying. But we can also help you boost the appearance of your smile through one of our easy and effective cosmetic dentistry solutions. Today we want to talk about cosmetic bonding and porcelain veneers. These fast fixes might just might be able to save your social life, your professional potential, and your smile! Keep reading to hear more, and then be sure to follow up and schedule your smile makeover consultation.

Cosmetic Bonding

Dental bonding is a procedure we use to cover up any damage or discoloration by applying a composite resin (a safe, durable type of plastic) directly to your teeth. It is not at all painful or invasive. We can assure you that it is easy, pain-free, and extremely effective. In the end, this treatment will deliver a gorgeous grin without much investment of time and money on your part. This is the perfect way to “test the waters” of cosmetic dentistry. Contact us to put our expertise with bonding to work for you!

Dental Veneers

Sometimes the years can be hard on your smile and dental damage can accumulate before you know it. Chips, cracks, coffee-stains, and the like can destroy your once-beautiful teeth. But don’t settle for that sad state of affairs.

Dr. Moore can help you turn back time with dental veneers. Dental veneers are small pieces of luminous material shaped to fit your teeth for a flawless smile. In our San Antonio dentist’s office, we offer Lumineers veneers, prepless veneers, and porcelain veneers.

We have found veneers to be an extremely versatile cosmetic dentistry treatment. Our veneers can be used to easily cover up discolored teeth and damaged teeth in a painless, non-invasive kind of way.

During the standard procedure, our team will use advanced imaging technology to get a better picture of your teeth and identify the root cause of your issues. The resulting image will be used to create a custom-built set of veneers that fit on top of your teeth. Our veneers are comfortably placed on the front of the surface of your teeth, and are adhered to them with a strong adhesive.

Don’t worry, we’ll fill you in on all the details when you come in for your consultation.

See How Easy Cosmetic Dentistry Can Be!

With cosmetic bonding or dental veneers from Cosmetic Dental Associates you will get to improve your smile the easy way. Just so you know, we also have a complete dental lab on-site to make it even easier. Using skill, compassion, and the occasional bit of local anesthesia, we’re able to provide you with life-changing dental treatment minus the discomfort that used to be part of the process.

To get started, call us today at 210-871-0984 or visit us in person at 5837 Babcock Road, San Antonio, TX 78240.

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