Living with a damaged smile isn’t easy. Feeling confident and sharing your smile with others is often easier said than done when your teeth don’t look their best. The good news is that achieving the straight, white, even smile you’ve always wanted doesn’t have to be complicated. With the help of cosmetic dental treatments, you can improve the appearance of your imperfect smile quickly and easily. Before scheduling your consultation with the friendly team at Restoration Dental, here’s what you should know about how cosmetic dentistry treatments could benefit you.

Overview of Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic treatments are performed with the primary goal of improving the appearance of your smile. Cosmetic dentistry procedures can offer many benefits for individuals who are unhappy with how their smile looks. These include enhancing the appearance of:

  • Gapped teeth
  • Stained or discolored teeth
  • Uneven teeth
  • Cracked or chipped teeth
  • Misshapen teeth

Along with improving your self-esteem and making it easier to share your beautiful smile with the world confidently, cosmetic dentistry can also improve your oral health by making it easier to chew, relieving pain, and restoring damaged teeth.

What Cosmetic Dentistry Treatment Services Are Offered at Restoration Dental?

At Restoration Dental, we are proud to offer a variety of modern cosmetic dentistry procedures to improve the appearance of your teeth, including:

  • Teeth whitening: Professional-strength whitening solution is applied to the surface of discolored teeth to remove stains and improve brightness. 
  • Invisalign: Clear aligner trays custom-made to straighten crooked, gapped, or overcrowded teeth quickly, discreetly, and conveniently.
  • Porcelain veneers: Thin tooth-colored porcelain shells are adhered to the front of damaged teeth to improve their shape, size, and color.
  • Dental bonding: Tooth-colored composite resin is applied to the surface of damaged teeth to improve minor imperfections. 

What is the Difference Between a Cosmetic Dentist and a General Dentist?

When people think of going to the dentist, general dental treatments probably come to mind. General dentistry encompasses a wide range of oral health treatments, including preventative dental procedures used to keep oral health diseases at bay, such as routine dental exams and teeth cleanings, and restorative dental procedures used to resolve common oral health problems, such as tooth decay and gum disease. While cosmetic dentistry may improve your smile’s health, function, or comfort, including making it easier to chew or alleviate discomfort, its primary goal is to achieve specific aesthetic results. 

When Should You Consider Cosmetic Dentistry?

If you’re interested in improving the appearance of a damaged tooth or enhancing the overall aesthetic of your smile, cosmetic dental treatment can help. Cosmetic dentistry is a good option for individuals who:

  • Want to have teeth that are straighter, whiter, or even
  • Have no significant oral health concerns
  • Practice good oral hygiene habits, including brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist twice a year

At Restoration Dental, our friendly team can help determine which cosmetic procedure is the best option to enhance the beauty of your smile quickly, comfortably, and conveniently. 

Schedule Your Cosmetic Dental Consultation at Restoration Dental

If you think your teeth are too discolored, uneven, or damaged to achieve the radiant smile you’ve always wanted, think again. At Restoration Dental, our experienced team is well-equipped to address even the most complicated cosmetic dental concerns. We proudly provide exceptional cosmetic dental care and use state-of-the-art materials in a relaxing setting to ensure that our patients are as comfortable as possible from start to finish. To learn more about our cosmetic dental treatment options, contact us today to schedule your initial consultation. We can’t wait to see you smile brightly!

Fadi Naioom


I am Dr. Fadi Naioom, a dedicated dentist who graduated with a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health in 2014. After realizing my dream of opening my own dental office in Phoenix Valley amidst the 2020 pandemic, I have committed myself to delivering personalized, comprehensive dental care to my patients. Beyond dentistry, I am a family man and a movie enthusiast, appreciating every moment I spend with my wife Mary and our two children, Micah and Emma.