Surprising Changes Cosmetic Dentistry Can Make

Feb 28th, 2017 | By | Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

There are those aspects of cosmetic dentistry that likely seem standard to you. Of course you can whiten your smile if you’re dealing with minor yellowing, you think to yourself. Obviously, if you have a tooth that has a small chip, we can help you make it look better. However, what about those esthetic issues that seem much more complex and difficult to treat? Is there a way to help all smiles look lovelier? The answer is yes! Let’s cover some challenges that we can treat (and how we treat them), so you can feel optimistic about the future.

Change Your Tooth Shape

Patients often worry that they cannot enjoy an improved tooth shape, whether it’s one tooth or a full smile of teeth. You will be pleased to learn that you are not stuck with what nature provided. Instead, we can certainly make alterations with cosmetic dentistry. For instance, with customized porcelain veneers, we can craft a shape according to the finished results you want.

Deal With Deep Staining

Worried that you’ll never qualify for teeth whitening because your staining comes from tetracycline or some other medication side effect? You’re not without hope! The benefits of cosmetic dentistry are quite far reaching. As a result, deep or stubborn stains are treatable. We offer veneers to ensure you can enjoy the whiter smile you want to see when you look in the mirror.

Address Multiple Problems At Once

You might be catching onto the main idea here: Porcelain veneers allow you to make nearly any customized improvement you wish. As a result, even if you’re feeling anxious about multiple problems, we can address them all within just a few visits with this one treatment.


Dr. Stefan Moiceanu is a highly skilled general and cosmetic dentist who proudly serves patients of all ages from Richmond, CA, and surrounding areas, such as Berkeley, San Pablo, Pinole, Benicia, Vallejo, and more. To learn more, or schedule a consultation, contact Hilltop Family Dental as soon as possible by calling us at (510) 758-7222.

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