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What Questions To Ask when Going for a Cosmetic Dentistry Consultation:

Last updated 5 years ago


The outcome of the dental treatment is the most important question. You should know fully what your smile will look like. This includes the color, shape, texture and other properties of the teeth and the shape of the jay bone (if that is being changes too). We have pictures of previous clients to give you an idea. Our dentists could take a picture and give you an edited image of your face with the changes we will make. The result looks realistic and pleasing.

Also we will tell you if you need any additional treatments after the one he will perform. Some dental procedures require a number of treatments until the final result is achieved.

We will tell you how many office visits you will have to make and how much time each visit will take. Some treatments also require that you do not eat or drink for some time after the dentist has done his work. Ask if there are any such instances so you can plan in advance.

The main thing that people are scared off is the pain (if any) involved in the procedure. Anyone who has experience tooth pain develops a fear of it. We may use some anesthesia and it is important that you determine if you are allergic to Novocain. Ask us and he may conduct a test for this.

After the therapy there may be some guidelines that you have to follow. This is to ensure that the veneers or other accessories used by our office are not damaged in the initial stages. A special toothpaste, mouthwash and toothbrush may be recommended by our doctor and you may have to use the mouthwash frequently.


Our dentist will always give you full attention and take time in analyzing your situation. All of his answers will be honest and clear. Avoid dentist that give vague answers or try to brush concerns under the carpet.

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