The Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

The Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

If you aren’t completely confident in your smile, you may be ashamed to show your teeth in public. Your smile is the first thing people see when they meet you, and being cautious about smiling or laughing can impact your social and professional life. Fortunately, cosmetic dentistry can help!

At Comfort Dental Spa, our team of compassionate staff and providers deliver a full range of cosmetic dental services to give you the even and beautiful smile you deserve.  

Benefits of cosmetic dentistry

Restoring your smile has both psychological and functional benefits. Five benefits of cosmetic dentistry include

  1. Feeling confident and enjoy good self-esteem
  2. Talking and chewing comfortably without any issue
  3. Restoring the structure and stability or your arches of teeth
  4. Saving a broken or cracked tooth
  5. Replacing a missing tooth and safeguarding the bone in your jaw

Cosmetic Dentistry Options

Cosmetic dentistry includes many different dental services designed to help renovate your smile. First, we sit and talk with you about your smile, to get an idea of what your goals are and what you wish your smile looked like. Then we create a plan to help make that happen. We may recommend one or more of the following services:


Orthodontics can help shift out-of-place teeth back into line for an even, straight presentation and a more solid bite. This can mean braces or invisible aligners. Dr. Essayan at Comfort Dental Spa, is a certified orthodontist and is more than happy to help you out!


If your teeth are aligned but uneven, chipped, gapped or showing too much or too little of your gum line, we can apply porcelain veneers to give you a perfect grin.

Tooth whitening

Are discolorations making you unhappy with your teeth? Chairside and at-home tooth whitening options will restore pearly whiteness.


Say goodbye to the idea that a filling will be shiny and visible. Today’s modern fillings are made of a strong, tooth-colored substance, so no one will be able to tell you ever had a cavity.


When a tooth is seriously chipped or cracked, we can restore it with a natural-looking crown that matches the rest of your teeth.

Dental implants

A completely missing tooth can be replaced with a near identical replacement, filling the gap and giving you back your self-confidence.

When to come in for a cosmetic dentistry consult

There’s no time like the present to find out how your smile can be improved with cosmetic dentistry. Our team will help you decide your next steps, as we come up with a plan for treatment that fits your goals and your budget. 

It’s never too early or too late to invest in your smile. Call Comfort Dental Spa at 248-306-8753, or book an appointment online any time.

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