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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

We know how important a healthy smile can be, which is why we use only the latest and best technology when addressing your dental needs. At Oval Dental, our highly talented team is skilled in bringing out your best smile. We never compromise on the quality of the material we use.

At our clinic in Mesquite, Texas, we offer a variety of cosmetic dental treatments, such as dental bonding, porcelain veneers, inlays, and onlays, and teeth whitening treatments. We also offer Invisalign aligners.

Dental Bonding

Is your tooth only slightly damaged? Then dental bonding might be for you. It is an excellent, quick, and easy procedure that involves gently scrubbing the affected area and applying a bonding agent.

After that, a plastic resin is sculpted to the desired shape and attached to the dried bonding agent. The resin is further shaped after attachment to help blend it in with the rest of the teeth.

These procedures are quick and can be completed within a single session at our clinic in Mesquite, Texas.

What to Consider Before Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is an alternative to veneers. But even though the treatment is very straightforward, it is not very strong and tends to discolor quickly. To guarantee the longevity of your treatment, nightguards are recommended.

Porcelain Veneers

Another amazing way to give your teeth a brand-new look is by getting porcelain veneers. These are thin sheets of ceramic directly attached to the frontal area of the teeth. Our incredibly talented team will create and attach just-for-you veneers to achieve a natural look.

An incredible thing about veneers is that they are almost undetectable and amazingly stain-proof. A good set of porcelain veneers crafted by Oval Dental in Mesquite, Texas, will give you a smile that lasts for over a decade.

Inlays and Onlays

Dental inlays and onlays are porcelain fillings that cover up a damaged area of the tooth. An onlay covers the top area of the tooth, while an inlay fills the space between the cusps.

The best thing about inlays and onlays is that they add to the strength of the tooth, unlike regular fillings.

Procedure for Applying Inlays and Onlays

First, the damaged area of the tooth is removed, and the tooth is prepared for the inlay or the onlay. An imprint of the tooth is taken to get the best fit of the filling while the inlay or onlay is being made, and the area is temporarily sealed.

The sealant is removed next, where our team makes sure the inlay or onlay fits properly. After that, it is fused with the tooth using resin and smoothed out to give it a clean look.

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