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Cosmetic Dentistry – Baltimore, MD

Get a Smile That’s Ready for Any Picture

Does your smile get you down? If you catch a glimpse of your grin in the mirror and it doesn’t make you feel confident, it’s time to do something about it. At Baltimore Dental Arts, we use the latest technology and techniques to help straighten teeth, fix dental damage, and refresh the appearance of discolored pearly whites so you can have a smile that you feel confident showing off. To learn more about how we can provide you with a grin that boosts your confidence instead of causes it to dwindle, schedule a consultation with our team today to discuss options for cosmetic dentistry in Baltimore, MD!

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Why Choose Baltimore Dental Arts for Cosmetic Dentistry?

Porcelain Veneers

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For our patients who are suffering from a variety of cosmetic imperfections at once, we typically recommend porcelain veneers. This treatment acts to conceal a wide array of flaws in one simple procedure. Each dental veneer is crafted separately to fit over each tooth you’d like to repair. They’re made to be permanently placed over the visible portion of your dental structure, revealing a smile that’s free of damage, aligned, and bright.

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Metal-Free Dental Restorations

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In the past, repairing a tooth that’s damaged or decayed meant placing a noticeable, reflective, and cumbersome metal restoration in or over it. The noble metals in these restorations commonly caused dental sensitivity and tooth and gum discoloration in addition to being aesthetically disappointing to patients. Today, we utilize ceramic and porcelain materials to craft our bridges and crowns from. Not only are these durable, but we can custom-match them to the shade of your natural enamel.


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Whether you’re a teenager or an adult, it’s important to address orthodontic issues, not just so you can have a smile that makes you feel confident, but also to reduce your risk of oral health problems down the road. Instead of getting metal braces that are noticeable and uncomfortable, you can invest in discreet and custom-tailored Invisalign aligners. Each set of trays acts to gently shift your teeth into their ideal positions and address bite problems like crossbite, overbite, and underbite.

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Cosmetic Dental Bonding

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Whether you accidentally chipped or damaged a tooth playing sports, riding a bike, or participating in an activity, cosmetic bonding can help restore the original appearance of your smile. This treatment is a cost-effective and fast way to address minor dental damage as well as gaps and tooth discoloration. To repair the missing portion of a chipped or broken tooth, we’ll use a custom-shaded composite resin. Once hardened, this material can continue protecting your tooth and hiding any damage for several years.

Teeth Whitening

Woman's smile before and after teeth whitening

Are you tired of spending your money on store-bought teeth whitening kits that constantly let you down by providing you with unnoticeable results that don’t last? Our team at Baltimore Dental Arts offers professional-grade take-home that’s customized to your needs to effectively erase discoloration. Within as little as two weeks, depending on what treatment type you choose, you can achieve long-lasting, brilliant results that make you feel great about your investment.

Digital Imaging

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For some patients, the one thing that holds them back from getting cosmetic treatment is the fact that they can’t see the results a procedure will produce before they commit to getting it. This can be a nerve-wracking situation, especially if you’ve never undergone dental treatment before. To help you envision your beautiful post-treatment smile and make you feel confident about investing in cosmetic services, we use digital imaging smile design software. This allows us to show you the before and after results ahead of time!

Understanding the Cost of Cosmetic Dentistry

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Are you worried about the cost of your cosmetic dental treatment? Cosmetic dentistry isn’t usually included in dental insurance plans, so patients are often hesitant to commit to treatment. Because everyone’s smile goals are unique, we can’t determine the exact cost of your treatment until you see us for a consultation. We have a wide array of cosmetic solutions and are happy to help you navigate the cost. For now, here are a few things for you to take into consideration.

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What Cosmetic Dental Service is Right for Me?

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Patients are usually trying to achieve a smile that’s straighter, whiter, or shaped differently. Here’s how some of our options can help in those cases:

  • Dental Bonding – This minimally invasive procedure can be completed in a single visit to the office, and it is one of the most affordable cosmetic treatments out there. Direct bonding can correct many minor imperfections, like chips and stains. Depending on how well you maintain the results, direct bonding can last anywhere from 3 to 10 years before needing to be retouched or replaced.
  • Teeth Whitening – Teeth can become discolored in a variety of different ways, but with professional whitening, you can see noticeable results in a short period of time. This is another more affordable option, and results can last anywhere from a couple of months to a few years depending on how well you care for them.
  • Veneers – Veneers aren’t the cheapest option out there, but they are the easiest way to transform numerous aspects of your smile at once. This includes the color, shape, and minor alignment issues.
  • Invisalign – If you have alignment issues, Invisalign is an excellent solution. This treatment costs several thousands of dollars, but it is an effective way to correct teeth that are crooked or otherwise misaligned.

Cosmetic Dentistry Can Be an Investment Worth Making

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Cosmetic dentistry is an investment, but it will pay off over time. If you are self-conscious about your smile, making changes with the help of a skilled dentist can lead to significant improvement in your confidence and self-esteem. Ultimately, this can mean better relationships, a more vibrant social life, and a higher quality of life. To determine whether cosmetic dentistry is a worthwhile investment for you, take a look at the big picture.

To find out exactly how much you can expect your treatment to cost, schedule a consultation with us. We’re eager to help you achieve your smile goals!

Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

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Everyone can have a picture-perfect smile with cosmetic dentistry; however, we understand it’s a big investment. Don’t worry, your cosmetic dentist in Baltimore will explain everything and address any concerns during your consultation. While you wait for your appointment, here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions.

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How long does cosmetic dentistry take?

Every mouth and situation are unique, so the timeline looks different for everyone. Cosmetic dentistry isn’t a single procedure. Instead, it includes a wide scope of services that focus on aesthetics, like teeth whitening, veneers, or bonding. After examining your mouth and learning more about your goals, your cosmetic dentist will create a personalized strategy to revamp your smile. They’ll explain how long you can expect the process to take. We know your time is valuable, which is why we embrace the latest techniques and technologies to streamline your care without compromising your results.

Does cosmetic dentistry hurt?

You don’t have to worry about a painful day in the dental chair because your comfort is our top priority. Although many procedures are pain free, your dentist may use a local numbing agent for certain treatments. It will block any pain signals, so you won’t feel anything during your procedure. However, some treatments can cause minor tooth sensitivity or tenderness. It’s best to avoid any hot, cold, or acidic foods and drinks until it subsides. Your dentist may also recommend eating softer foods for a couple of days. You can take an OTC pain reliever to manage any discomfort.

How long does cosmetic dentistry last?

Since no two treatment plans are identical, there’s no way to know how long your results will last without first creating a treatment plan. Some procedures can last for a few months or years, while others can have a life expectancy of 10 years or more. Not to mention, various factors will affect the lifespan of your new smile. You can get the most from your investment by committing to your oral hygiene at home and visiting your dentist in Baltimore every 6 months for a cleaning and checkup. Your dentist will recommend avoiding anything that may damage your results, like smoking, using your teeth in place of scissors, or chewing on your fingernails. They may suggest a nightguard if you have a habit of grinding or clenching your teeth. If you play sports, don’t forget to wear an athletic mouthguard.

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

Most dental plans don’t cover elective services, but there are exceptions. Some cosmetic treatments provide restorative benefits, like dental bonding or crowns. Therefore, if a procedure is medically necessary, you can use your dental insurance to offset the cost. After meeting your deductible, your insurance can pay up to 80% of the fees for common restorative treatments. Your coverage may also include other steps in your treatment plan, like a dental cleaning or gum disease therapy. Our dental team will help you maximize any appropriate benefits to keep the smile of your dreams affordable.

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