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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry services offered in Ames, IA

When you feel great about the appearance of your smile, you’re more likely to share it with others. That’s why cosmetic dentistry is such an important part of the services available from Rebecca Metzger, DDS, Scott McPherson, DDS, and Jason Brown, DDS, and two dental hygienists at Campustown Dental in Ames, Iowa. Book a one-on-one consultation online or by phone today to begin exploring the possibilities. 

What is cosmetic dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is an area of dental practice focused on improving the aesthetic elements of your smile. It’s an area of specialty that relies on technical proficiency and an artistic eye. 

Cosmetic dentistry is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Your smile is unique, and the best cosmetic treatment plans include factors like the curve of your smile, the size and shape of your lips, and even your skin tone.

At Campustown Dental, your cosmetic dentistry journey is a collaboration between you and your dentist. Your input is a critical part of the process, so arrive at your consultation ready to share information about what you hope to achieve through cosmetic dental treatment. 

What kinds of cosmetic dentistry treatments are available?

Campustown Dental offers the full span of modern cosmetic dental treatments. State-of-the-art technology and materials enhance all options. 

Some of the cosmetic treatments performed at the practice include:

  • Teeth whitening
  • Dental bonding
  • Dental veneers
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Inlays and onlays
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Dental implants
  • Gum lifting and contouring

When you arrive for your consultation, your dentist explains the pros and cons of the treatments best suited for your needs. You’re always welcome to ask questions or express any concerns as they arise. During your visit, your dentist provides all the details needed to make an informed decision about your care. 

Are there cosmetic dentistry options that can help with misaligned teeth?

If you’d love to straighten your smile but don’t want to spend a year or longer in metal braces, clear aligners might be a great solution. Aligner systems like Invisalign use clear plastic trays crafted to fit snugly over the surface of your teeth. 

The aligners create the gentle pressure needed to slowly shift teeth into enhanced positioning. You just switch to a new set of aligners every couple of weeks to keep your treatment progress moving forward.

Clear aligners can correct most of the same issues as traditional metal braces. During your initial visit, your dentist explains if aligners are a good option for your specific needs. 

To explore any of these cosmetic dental services in more detail, simply call the office to schedule a visit. Online booking is also available, allowing you to book from the comfort of your home, any time of day or night.

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