Find Out About Cosmetic Dentistry
- composite (tooth colored) fillings,
- porcelain crowns,
- teeth whitening / bleaching services,
- orthodontic treatments,
- composite veneers,
- porcelain veneers,
- and even implants and/or bridgework in some cases.
- A Whiter or Brighter Smile
- Straighter Teeth
- Better Shaped Teeth
- Larger or Smaller Teeth
- To Replace Missing Teeth
- To Replace an Old Crown(s)
- To Fix Spotted or Stainied Teeth
- A Broader Smile
- A Younger Looking Smile
Our goal—build a beautiful smile where the dental work is undetectable.
Our reward—the smile our patients can’t wipe off of their face when they get their cosmetic work completed (like the above picture).
Your reward -- cosmetic dentistry can offer a new lease on life!
If you are not 100% satisfied with YOUR smile, then what are you waiting for?
Call us at 913-631-2626 or Email Us to schedule your Free Smile Consultation!
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The more you know, the better choices you will make when making decisions about your smile.
Dr. Seaman provides Smile Consultations at NO COST, so there is absolutely no reason not to come in and find out what your options are. Don't for a second think it is impossible, even if your wish list is long, there is no reason not to get started. Many cosmetic plans are done one step at time, since not everyone is able to achieve their end result over night!
The only thing certain about creating your new smile is: If you don't start, you'll never get there!
If I have veneers done, will part of my tooth have to be removed? Yes or No, depending on what the veneers are being used to accomplish. If your teeth are perfectly straight and you are having veneers to cover up discolored, yellowing, or spotted teeth, then just enough is removed from the front surface to allow space for the veneer – some dentists do veneers without any tooth reduction, but then the veneers adds to the thickness of your teeth and many people do not end up liking thicker front teeth. If you are using veneers to make your teeth appear straight, then the reduction to the teeth will vary by tooth depending on the amount needed to create a straighter appearance and in some cases one or more all porcelain crowns may be used with veneers for this purpose – if greater reduction is necessary.
How much do veneers cost? This will vary based on the office and the type of veneers you are having done, you can expect them to be around $800 - $1500 per tooth.
How much does just whitening teeth cost? Since there are different types of whitening services available this is also going to be a variable cost, generally for whitening in a dental office, you can expect fees between $150 - $800 dependent on whether you are treating upper and lower teeth and the type of whitening done.
How much does it cost for a Smile Makeover? That completely depends on which services are necessary to create your new smile – so you need to have a consultation to find out what options will give you the changes you are looking for and then you can find out how much cost will be involved. Dr. Seaman provides complimentary Smile Consults so you can discuss your options and get information about the costs, insurance coverage that might apply to some services, and even payment options.
Are there payment plans for cosmetic dental services? At our office we accept Care Credit and have In-Office payment plan options – this will different depending on the office you are going to. Find our more about payment options.
What options do I have if I want my teeth to be straighter? At our office, if you want to actually straighten your teeth we utilize either braces (ceramic or metal) or Clear Correct (removable aligners), visit our orthodontic page if you are interested in more information about those options. If you are not wanting to actually go through any type of orthodontic treatment, then we would utilize crowns, bridges, and/or veneers to make your teeth appear straight – again this would be based on your teeth and what needs to be done to each to create this appearance.
I have some missing teeth, am I still a candidate for cosmetic dentistry? Absolutely! Whether you are missing a single tooth or many teeth, you have some options for how to go about building a new smile. You should definitely start with a complete examination first, not just a smile consult, since there are more factors to consider when teeth need to be replaced. Bridgework can only be utilized if there are stable sound teeth on both sides of the missing tooth/teeth – so x-rays and periodontal pocket measurements will be necessary to determine if your existing teeth can support one or more bridges. Also, if you are considering implants, it is vital that any gum disease be cleared up before moving forward. So if your new smile is going to involve the replacement of teeth, you should utilize our new patient offer to insure you have a complete examination and x-rays, during your exam you can also discuss the changes you would like to make to create your new smile.