Smile Makeovers
in Modesto

What Is A Smile Makeover?

If you’re not happy with your smile in Modesto, a smile makeover from Dr. Corey Acree is what you need to restore your teeth and your confidence. A smile makeover involves using multiple cosmetic treatments to address problems like stained teeth, misshapen teeth, minor chips, and other flaws. After your smile makeover from Downey Park Family Dentistry, you can smile proudly once again. Contact us now to schedule a cosmetic consultation and get started.

Are Smile Makeovers Permanent?

Generally speaking, the answer is “yes.” Your new smile is permanent and it’s intended to last forever. However, it is possible that restorations like bonding, veneers, or crowns may become damaged or worn over time. It is very important that you make sure to take good care of your mouth by brushing and flossing regularly and eating a healthy diet. 

Most importantly, seeing Dr. Acree every six months for hygiene and check up exams at our Modesto dental practice will help keep your new smile looking beautiful and amazing.

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What Are Common
Treatments In
A Smile Makeover?

The proper treatment depends on the patient. No two cases are ever the same. However, there are some common treatments that are often recommended to patients at Downey Park Family Dentistry:

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is often the first step of a smile makeover. Once your teeth have been whitened, Dr. Acree can match your other dental work to your newly-brightened smile for a seamless, beautiful result.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding uses resin that’s similar to the material used in tooth-colored fillings. This resin is applied directly to the outside of your tooth and Dr. Acree can sculpt and trim it to restore the shape of your teeth and cover up imperfections in your smile.

Porcelain Veneers

Veneers are thin, tooth-shaped shells of porcelain. They cover up the front surfaces of your teeth and are ideal for treating most cosmetic flaws including severe stains, gaps between the front teeth, minor chips, uneven teeth, and much more.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns or “caps” are designed to cover up your entire tooth after it’s been trimmed and prepared for treatment. They are typically used to treat damaged teeth and decayed teeth, but may also be used as part of a cosmetic makeover if other treatments like veneers or dental bonding are not appropriate.

Reverse Years of Stains & Yellowing