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Smile Makeover – Cocoa Beach, FL

Invest in the Smile of Your Dreams

Everyone deserves to have a beautiful, confident smile, but it doesn't come naturally to most people. Whether from genetics, bad habits, or trauma, you don't have to be embarrassed by your teeth anymore. You may be a candidate for a smile makeover in Cocoa Beach. Dr. Nawrocki has the personalized solutions you need to turn the smile of your dreams into reality.

How Does a Smile Makeover Work?

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A smile makeover isn't a single procedure because every mouth and situation differs, so there isn't a cookie-cutter treatment. Instead, it involves multiple procedures that cater to your needs. Your cosmetic dentist in Cocoa Beach, Dr. Nawrocki, will examine your mouth and learn more about your goals before recommending which procedures are right for you, including:

Dr. Nawrocki will explain each step in your treatment plan to have 100% confidence about the road ahead.

The Benefits of Getting a Smile Makeover 

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Cosmetic services are often associated with vanity, but an attractive smile offers priceless benefits, including:

A smile makeover is an investment in your quality of life and future because you won't have insecurities about your teeth holding you back.

Understanding the Cost of a Smile Makeover

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Cosmetic dentistry is more affordable than many people realize. There isn't a flat fee for a smile makeover because various factors affect the cost, like the complexity of your case and the type of procedures.

After creating your treatment plan, we will provide you with an estimate and review the fees. You will know exactly what you'll have to pay before committing to anything. We will also discuss your payment options, which can include:

You can have a picture-perfect smile without breaking the bank. If you are ready to give your smile a makeover, contact our office today to request your consultation.

Smile Makeover FAQs

Does a Smile Makeover Hurt?

Smile makeovers involve several different procedures, which naturally makes patients a little bit concerned about whether the process could be uncomfortable. Thankfully, cosmetic dentistry is naturally very low-impact, meaning that you don’t really have to worry about pain associated with the treatments.

Things like teeth whitening and dental bonding involve absolutely no pain whatsoever, even without any kind of anesthetic. In the case of more extensive treatments, like veneers or crowns, we will numb your mouth completely so that your experience will be completely painless.

How Long Does Cosmetic Dentistry Last?

The lifespan of your new teeth will depend heavily on which treatment you get. Generally speaking, quicker and easier treatments don’t last as long as more expansive ones. Teeth whitening, for example, will fade faster than veneers.

The quality of your oral hygiene is also an important factor in how long your results last. If you brush well, floss daily, and attend regular preventive appointments you can greatly extend the lifespan of your results.

Is a Smile Makeover Covered by Insurance?

Smile makeovers are generally considered to be purely elective by insurance companies, which means that they’re unlikely to ever be covered. For this reason, you should expect to pay for your treatment out of pocket.

The only exception is if your dental treatment has substantial health benefits. For example, a dental crown may be partially covered if it’s repairing a damaged tooth, even if what drew you to the treatment initially was the aesthetic benefits. In such cases, you may find that about 50-80% of the treatment is covered in these cases.

How Do You Maintain Smile Makeover Results?

The best way to maintain your beautiful smile is through diligent, consistent dental hygiene. You should be sure to brush twice a day, floss daily, and rinse with mouthwash in order to prevent the buildup of stains and bacteria. You should also make it a point to see us for regular checkups and cleanings twice a year.

If you want to keep your smile bright, you should also make it a point to avoid dark foods that can stain or discolor your smile over time. And if you have prosthetics or dental work, try to avoid grinding teeth, chewing ice, or anything else that could damage them.