Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

Your smile is more important than you realize. Research has consistently shown the role a smile can play in social hierarchy, self-esteem, relationships, and one’s professional life. The rule of thumb is simple: the more you smile, the more you’re confident. But some people hold back on their smile simply because they’re a little embarrassed with the way their teeth look.

Don’t let your bad teeth prevent you from living life to the fullest. Before cosmetic dental treatment, people didn’t have that many ways to improve their smiles. Cosmetic dental treatment has come a long way since the advent of dentures. At Simply Wellness Dental, we have the right tools and skills to enhance your smile that will last a lifetime. We bring you the very best that modern dentistry has to offer.

Here’s what you can expect with cosmetic dental treatments:

  • Repair chips and fractures
  • Remove stains from discolored teeth
  • Crowded teeth treatment
  • Dental contouring, also known as tooth reshaping
  • Correcting large gaps between teeth
  • Replacement of missing teeth through dental implants
  • And a lot more.

Why Choose Simply Wellness Dental

We believe that everyone deserves a radiant, beaming smile. We have a stellar reputation amongst patients and peers alike for our smile designing and problem-solving skills. Our staff is highly trained and continuously stays on top of new changes in dentistry. We are available seven days a week to enable you to arrange appointments on weekends, so you don’t have to miss work! Contact us today to schedule your consultation and get your smile back!

Cosmetic Surgery Aftercare

One thing that patients always worry about is what life after cosmetic surgery will be like. Specifically, what is the recovery and aftercare like for cosmetic surgery? The exact requirements for your recovery will depend on what type of cosmetic procedure you had, but there are some common ways you can help speed up the recovery time and make things more comfortable during this period.

Maintain Good Oral Health

It is important to maintain proper oral health habits. You want your mouth to continue to stay healthy, so brush and floss regularly unless otherwise instructed. Remove bits of food from the area or areas that had work done. It is suggested that you switch to a soft bristle brush and use a non-abrasive toothpaste during recovery. This will help protect old teeth, clean any new teeth, and avoid scratching any devices that may be put in place.

Eat and Drink with Caution

If your cosmetic dental procedure included new teeth or veneers, you are going to want to be careful to not stain them. While it is nearly impossible to avoid staining your teeth at all, you can make a conscious effort to avoid the things known to cause heavy stains such as coffee. Do not eat extremely hard foods, especially right after cosmetic dentistry, as these can cause more breaks or cracks in both old and new teeth. Always follow the post-procedure instructions given to you by your dentist. If you have any questions or concerns, please ask one of our friendly staff members.

Porcelain Veneers

Veneers provide an artist’s touch to your smile. Custom-crafted, these ultra-thin porcelain creations work in magical ways. Regardless of your vision for your smile, chances are veneers offer an answer. When today’s modern materials meet our passion for cosmetic excellence, you’ll be amazed at what you see smiling back at you in the mirror.

Composite Fillings

Cavities, chips, and fractures occur on any tooth surface throughout the mouth. Composite filling material provides a versatile solution to many common problems. Blended into a prepared area, the composite polishes to a smooth, undetectable surface.

Teeth Whitening

Nothing boosts your confidence like a terrific smile. But when yellow stain dims the brilliance, it’s time to give it a lift. Professional whitening systems provide the ultimate in whitening results, quickly removing years of discoloration with quality controlled materials.

Porcelain Crowns

Damaged teeth might seem hopeless, but there’s often still a solid foundation that leaves you with options. A crown, or cap, can bring a compromised tooth back to full function. And with modern porcelains, you’ll probably have a difficult time trying to find where the crown ends and the tooth starts.


Teeth rarely fracture in a predictable way. Sometimes a break is too big for a filling, but not big enough for a crown. Porcelain onlays provide an excellent solution for teeth that need extra reinforcement without being covered entirely. Bonded into a place, they provide years of natural feel, function, and esthetics.