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Smile Design

Smile Design

Patients with imperfect smiles may feel as though cosmetic dentistry is out of reach. However, our Santa Clarita dentist provides cosmetic treatments such as smile design.

What is smile design?

Smile design, sometimes referred to as a smile makeover or full mouth rehabilitation, is a procedure or a series of procedures aimed at enhancing the appearance of the smile as well as function and health. Smile design starts with a consultation appointment during which patients work with a dentist to discuss their concerns. Then, the dentist provides solutions that are within their budget. This may be a combination of cosmetic and restorative procedures such as dental implants, porcelain veneers, composite resin bonding, dental crowns, and professional-grade teeth whitening.

Who is a candidate for smile design?

Most patients with cosmetic imperfections of the smile are appropriate candidates for smile design. The first step is speaking to a dental professional about what can be done to improve the aesthetics of the smile, whether it’s brightening the smile or fixing gaps between teeth. So many options are available for individuals ready to make a positive change.

What are the benefits of smile design services?

The primary benefit is the chance to rejuvenate your look quickly and easy. Most patients combine the services into just one appointment to have it all completed at once. This makes it easier to get in and get the work done with even the busiest of schedules. Our team can work with individuals to make sure they have a positive experience from start to finish!

At Healthy Smiles Dental, we encourage patients to take the time to learn about smile design to improve the appearance of their smile and their self-confidence. We welcome new and existing patients into our state-of-the-art practice for oral health care solutions. Call (661) 260-1220to schedule an appointment at our practice located at 24242 Lyons Avenue in the Santa Clarita, CA area.

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