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Cosmetic Dentistry – Tallahassee, FL

Create the Flawless Smile of Your Dreams

Often, you make your first impression not with your words, but with your smile. People with perfect white teeth seem to magically draw others to them and words like intelligent, attractive and professional quickly come to mind. Is this the kind of impression you want your smile to make? Dr. Ransey Boyd, Dr. Kirstin Walther, and our team love giving people the kind of smile they thought they’d never have. With our cosmetic treatments, we can enhance just about every aspect of your teeth and give you a confidence boost unlike any other. If you’d like to know more about everything we can do to make your teeth shine, just contact our Tallahassee dental office today.

Porcelain Veneers

Woman examining smile in hand-held mirror Do you have chipped, cracked, or broken teeth? How about large, obvious gaps? If all you can see is what’s wrong with your smile, porcelain veneers may be your answer. Just one simple treatment can fix a wide variety of cosmetic flaws and serve as its own smile makeover. This is why more people than ever, including celebrities, are choosing to get porcelain veneers. They are one of the most direct ways to get the exact smile that you want.

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Metal- Free Dental Restorations

Woman in dental chair with lovely smile When we repair your teeth at Boyd & Walther Dental Associates, we don’t want them to only be functional, we want them to be beautiful as well. In order to give you the best of both worlds, we offer metal-free restorations with Emax crowns. These crowns are made of 100% lithium disilicate ceramic, which enables them to be just as strong and durable as a natural tooth while completely mimicking their appearance. Emax crowns are translucent just like enamel, meaning that they even reflect light the same way. Because they are metal-free, there are no ugly gray lines to hide, teeth won’t be sensitive to hot or cold temperatures and metal allergies are never a concern. The end result is a tooth that will last for years and greatly enhance your smile in every way, and only you will know that you’ve had dental work done.

Dental Bonding

Woman's smile examined with dental mirror A small chip or crack on your teeth can have a big effect on your overall appearance. Every time you see your teeth, your eyes immediately go to that one imperfect tooth. Wouldn’t it be nice if your dentist could simply sculpt it away? With cosmetic direct tooth bonding, that’s exactly what we can do. It uses a composite resin to mold your teeth into the perfect shape and size, and can even improve color and alignment. When you come in for direct bonding, your dentist will apply a putty-like resin to your teeth and shape it to hide any imperfections or flaws. After you are both happy with the appearance, they will use a special curing light to quickly harden it.  At this point, you’re done! Direct bonding is one of the fastest and simplest cosmetic treatments available today.

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At-Home Teeth Whitening Kits

Close up of picture-perfect smile One of the most important aspects of your smile is the color of your teeth. It’s probably the first thing you notice about a person, which means it’s the first thing they notice about you. Is your smile looking dull, yellow or discolored? If so, we can bring back its natural shine with our Ultradent home teeth whitening kits. Specially made for each patient, they use professional-grade products you won’t find in any generic store-bought whitening kits.

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Woman placing Invisalign tray

You have probably heard about Invisalign, the clear aligner treatment which has been used in literally millions of cases worldwide. It is an excellent alternative for patients who wish to avoid wearing fixed metal braces. Invisalign is removable, comfortable, and best of all -- practically invisible. Many patients who could benefit from traditional braces are indeed eligible for Invisalign. The only way to find out if you are, too, is to schedule an appointment with our dental office.

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As you age, wrinkles and fine lines can appear on your forehead, between your eyebrows, and towards the corner of your eyes, causing you to look older than you actually are. For some people, this can impact their confidence and make them a little less social than they normally would be, out of self-consciousness of what people will think about their appearance. Dr. Kirstin Walther is specially trained to administer BOTOX injections to achieve subtly-enhancing, beautiful results. Not only is BOTOX in Tallahassee fast and non-invasive, but you’ll be able to enjoy a new, youthful glow within days of your appointment!

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Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

woman with thinking face

Don’t like what you see when you smile in the mirror? Rest assured – you’re not alone. The good news is that you can transform your pearly whites into a set you’ll love with cosmetic dentistry in Tallahassee. Of course, we understand you may have a few questions before committing to anything. At Boyd & Walther Dental Associates, we want you to be as well-informed as possible, which is why we’ve decided to answer some frequently asked questions below. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, feel free to reach out to our friendly team!

Is Cosmetic Dentistry Covered by Insurance?

Since cosmetic dentistry isn’t considered medically necessary, it’s not typically covered by dental insurance. Most patients will need to find an alternative way to pay for their treatment. Of course, there are a few exceptions depending on the service and its purpose. For example, a dental crown or veneer may be eligible for partial coverage if it builds up or protects a damaged tooth. Gum recontouring might qualify for coverage if the infection was already present in the gums. The exact amount of coverage you receive will vary based on your specific policy. If needed, our team can help you understand your plan, file your paperwork, and maximize your benefits.

How Long Does Cosmetic Dentistry Last?

The lifespan of your new smile will vary based on the specific treatment you’ve chosen. Some are naturally more long-lasting than others. Professional teeth whitening and direct bonding are both quick and easy services, which is why the results don’t last as long as more extensive treatments like veneers. However, gum recontouring is an exception as it always produces permanent results since the gum tissue doesn’t grow back. The results of Invisalign and other clear aligners can last a lifetime as long as you wear your retainer afterward. One of the best ways to help your improved grin stand the test of time is by taking proper care of your teeth and gums. 

Why Is Cosmetic Dentistry So Popular?

For a long time, dentistry’s sole purpose was to prevent and treat dental problems. Nowadays, the average person has better oral health thanks to modern techniques, technology, and improved education. As a result, more people can choose to focus on the appearance of their smile instead of just fixing damage. Plus, cosmetic dentistry has increased in popularity because it’s affordable and offers several incredible benefits. Not only can a beautiful smile boost your confidence, but it can improve your career prospects and make you seem more trustworthy, likeable, and healthier.

How Do I Choose a Cosmetic Dentist?

It may surprise you to learn that the American Dental Association (ADA) doesn’t recognize cosmetic dentistry as a specialty. That means technically any dentist can claim to be a cosmetic dentist, making it difficult for patients to find a professional with the best credentials and skills. While searching for a cosmetic dentist, look for one who belongs to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and uses advanced dental technology. You may also want to consider choosing a dentist with other financing options, like CareCredit.