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Cosmetic Dentistry – Winfield, KS

Treat Yourself to the
Smile You Deserve

While it’s important to have a smile free of cavities and gum disease, it doesn’t mean it’s enough to make you want to show it off. Even when you have no dental problems, stains, chips, cracks, and gaps can put a real damper on your willingness to smile. Cosmetic dentistry is designed to bring your smile’s appearance back to the fullest, no matter what imperfections may be present. To start planning your next smile makeover, give Dr. Parsons a call for cosmetic dentistry in Winfield, KS!

Why Choose David C. Parsons DDS for Cosmetic Dentistry?

  • Comprehensive and Lifelike Dental Veneers Available
  • We Always Uses Metal-Free Dental Restorations
  • Fast and Effective Direct Bonding and Whitening Options

Porcelain Veneers

Woman's smile compared to porcelain veneer color chart

When you have stains, chips, cracks, or other imperfections in your smile, it can be difficult to know which cosmetic treatment is right for you. Veneers offer an all-in-one solution, meaning you can address all of these concerns with a single treatment over the course of just few appointments. Veneers are ultra-thin shells that sit flush on minimally modified teeth. They are personalized to your exact specifications in order to blend in with your existing smile and made with durable materials built to last.

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Metal-Free Dental Restorations

Dentist examining patient's smile after metal free dental restoration

If a tooth breaks down or fractures, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice its appearance just to keep it from wearing down further. Using restorations free of any metal materials (including silver, amalgam mercury, and gold), you can effectively restore your tooth to its fullest functionality and achieve a smile that won’t make you feel self-conscious. Furthermore, you can expect your restoration to last for many years, despite being made from ceramic material.

Cosmetic Dental Bonding

Patient receiving cosmetic dental bonding

Similar to tooth-colored fillings, cosmetic bonding acts as a reasonable compromise for restoring teeth containing a number of imperfections. Using composite resin that is carefully shaded to blend in with your enamel’s current shade, cosmetic bonding can be completed to hide stains, chips, cracks, and even small gaps between teeth in just one appointment. Designed to last for several years, cosmetic bonding is considered to be a more affordable option compared to other cosmetic treatments.

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Teeth Whitening

Woman with gorgeous smile after teeth whitening

Considered to be one of the most affordable cosmetic dental treatments out there, teeth whitening is a simple and easy way to achieve a smile that’s multiple shades brighter in just two weeks. Using customized take-home whitening kits, you can take advantage of professional-grade bleaching ingredients to remove stubborn stains that store-bought solutions can’t touch. Just wear the whitening trays as directed by our dental office and watch your smile light up after just a few uses!

Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

Blue FAQ for cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry can give you the picture-perfect smile you desire, but it is a big investment. Dr. Parsons understands you probably have a few concerns before you’re ready to commit to any procedure. He will explain everything at your consultation. In the meantime, here are the answers to frequently asked questions to calm your nerves.

Why is dental health important for cosmetic dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is recommended for patients who have good oral health. If the teeth and gums aren’t healthy, an elective procedure can cover up the problem until it turns into a dental emergency. Your cosmetic dentist, Dr. Parsons, will examine your mouth during your consultation. Besides looking at aesthetic issues, he will also ensure your teeth and gums are healthy. If you have a cavity, gum disease, or another complication, they’ll have to be treated before moving on with any elective services. Although it may add a couple more steps to your treatment plan, a healthy smile is essential for ensuring your investment lasts.

Which cosmetic procedure is right for me?

There’s no way to determine which procedure you’ll need without first examining your smile and learning more about your goals because everyone’s mouth is unique. Dr. Parsons will design a strategy to enhance your smile using one or more procedures, which can include:

  • Porcelain veneers
  • Metal-free dental restorations
  • Cosmetic dental bonding
  • Teeth whitening

How much does cosmetic dentistry cost?

It’s impossible to have a set fee for cosmetic dentistry because Dr. Parsons doesn’t use cookie-cutter treatment plans. Instead, he caters your services to your situation. Various factors will affect the amount you’ll pay, like preparatory treatments, the complexity of your case, and the type of procedure. We’ll provide you with an individualized estimate at your consultation and discuss the fees included in your plan, as well as your payment options. Dr. Parsons strives to keep an attractive smile within everyone’s budget. A member of our team will help you find the financial solutions you need to transform your smile without spending your life’s savings. Don’t worry, you’ll know exactly how much you’ll have to pay, so you won’t be surprised by any hidden fees. We will review all your payment options, like third-party financing, to pay for your smile using monthly installments.

Can I use my dental insurance to pay for cosmetic dentistry?

It’s rare for dental insurance to include cosmetic dentistry because the services are considered elective, but there are certain exceptions. Many cosmetic treatments also offer restorative benefits, like metal-free restorations and dental bonding. If Dr. Parsons determines a treatment is medically necessary, such as to fix a broken tooth, you can use your coverage to offset the cost. After meeting your deductible, your dental insurance can pay for up to 80% of restorative procedures to lower your out-of-pocket responsibility. We know dental insurance is confusing, but you don’t have to navigate your policy alone. We will work on your behalf to file the necessary forms, so you have one less thing on your plate.