Livonia, MI Cosmetic Dentistry
Cosmetic dentistry primarily focuses on the aesthetics of your smile rather than the health and function of your teeth and gums. Cosmetic dentistry gives patients the smiles they’ve been looking for, from whitening to recontouring to replacing missing teeth. When you are looking to change the look of your smile, rather minor or drastic, then cosmetic treatments from Mikula Dental are the answer!
It might not seem too surprising, but cosmetic dentistry has become increasingly popular in the United States. Everyone wants to both look and feel their best, and a beautiful smile is a major part of this. In fact, a smile is one of the first features most people notice. So why wouldn’t you want it to be perfect?
From more conservative treatments to more aggressive procedures, Dr. James E. Mikula DDS, PC can offer anyone a more attractive smile. Advancements in dental technology have also created more natural, tooth-like options and materials than ever before, so no one will ever be able to tell that you have received restorative dental work.
Interested in improving your smile? Call our Livonia, MI office today at (734) 427-9871 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Mikula.
Cosmetic Treatments At Mikula Dental
Here are some of the cosmetic dentistry services we offer:
- Cosmetic Contouring
- Dental Bonding
- Teeth Whitening
- Dental Implants
- Crowns and Bridges
- Tooth Colored Fillings
Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry
You never know just how much of an impact a beautiful smile can have on your life until you have one. People look at you differently and your self-confidence increases significantly. Here are a few other benefits of cosmetic dentistry:
- It reacquaints you with your dentist and encourages you to take better care of your teeth.
- Modern cosmetic solutions last for many years—sometimes decades.
- Cosmetic procedures can shave years off your appearance, making you look and feel younger.
Schedule A Cosmetic Consultation
If you are looking for a smile makeover, the first step will require a consultation and evaluation in which we examine your smile, discuss your treatment goals, and determine which cosmetic treatments will work best to align with what you are looking for. While we are discussing cosmetic needs, it’s fairly common to find dental issues that also need to be treated before we can perform any cosmetic procedures. After all, your smile has to be fully functional and healthy, so it doesn’t negatively affect your cosmetic dental work in the future.