Our Same Day Dentistry Solutions Can Restore and Improve Your Smile

Posted on: February 1, 2017

Same Day DentistryIf you are looking for same-day dentistry, call our San Marcos office at (512) 392-6739 to schedule an appointment. We understand how busy life can be, running from work to school to daycare and family activities. The list can be endless, and sometimes it is difficult to schedule professional teeth cleaning procedures, let alone appointments for restorative dentistry or any cosmetic work. Still, if you do not like the condition or appearance of your smile, you do not have to live with it. We provide a variety of same-day dentistry solutions, so you can receive the care you need without requiring multiple appointments.

Teeth whitening

For anyone who wants to improve the appearance of their smile, this is one of the fastest ways to do so. Patients can buy a whitening kit at the store or visit our office for help. We recommend visiting us because our solution is professional-grade and will produce better results. What a patient buys in the store will typically only remove the surface stains. If one’s teeth are white in general, this can work for the individual. However, if the teeth are yellow and dull from age or stained from years of drinking coffee, one will need something stronger.

Our professional solution will penetrate the enamel to begin the process of oxidization. This is what gives one a truly bright smile. With oxidization, the molecules inside of the teeth change to reflect less light and appear colorless. As they do, one’s smile becomes a bright shade of white. We can complete this procedure as part of our same day dentistry services, so one can walk in with dull-looking teeth and leave with brilliant ones.

Dental bonding

If one has a cracked or chipped tooth, this is a dental restoration that can be completed in one day. In this procedure, we place a tooth-colored material on the surface of your tooth and then shape it into the exact position to look like a natural, functional, and beautiful tooth. It requires the skill of a cosmetic dentist to shape the material correctly, so it is important to visit someone with experience. Once the shaping is complete, we will harden the material with our dental light. The patient will then be able to leave with a restored and functioning tooth.

We can also use dental bonding material to close small gaps between teeth so one does not need orthodontics. Bonding can also be used with cosmetic contouring to change and improve the shape of the teeth. This is ideal if one has teeth that stick out slightly, are a little too long, too crooked or do not look the same. As a same day dentistry procedure, there is a lot we can do with dental bonding, so the best thing to do is visit us for a consultation.

Preventative care

If you need same day dentistry services for your oral health, our San Marcos dental office is happy to help. You can visit us for a dental cleaning, toothache treatment, dental fillings, root canals, and more.


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