Combining Dental Procedures for a Custom Smile Makeover Just for You

Combining Dental Procedures for a Custom Smile Makeover Just for You

Appearances are sometimes everything. When you’re looking your best, it’s easy to summon stores of confidence. It might be a new outfit, great shoes, or a hairstyle that just works. More permanently, there’s your smile. 

Is it everything you want it to be? Perhaps you’d like a little more Hollywood brightness, or perhaps there’s a gap that bothers you. If you’re thinking about these little things, you might be distracted from being your best. 

Combining dental procedures for a custom smile makeover is not only possible, but it’s also exactly the approach you need to address your personal points of dental contention. A consultation with the team at AnnMarie Olson DDS PA is the starting point for the megawatt smile that ups your confidence baseline. 

Enhance and reveal

The goal of cosmetic dentistry is quite simply to improve the appearance of your smile. You may have more than one aspect of cosmetic dental work that dissatisfies you, requiring a custom and comprehensive approach to treatment. Enter the smile makeover.

You’ve got your own reasons for a complete or partial smile makeover. You might be bothered by tooth spacing or the way your teeth line up. You might have a chip, crack, or other damage. Tooth discoloration is another common issue. 

A smile makeover considers these and virtually every other detail of your mouth, including the color, width, length, shape, and alignment of your teeth, the health and appearance of your gum tissues, and the size and shape of your lips. Even your facial appearance, skin, and hair color can factor into the balance. 

A complete smile makeover enhances your appearance and lets your personality shine. Chances are you’ll only need to address a few issues to maximize the potential that’s already there. Your perfect smile may be closer than you expect. 

Multiple solutions, one goal

Nearly every aspect of your dental appearance can be addressed. Some of the most common smile makeover procedures are listed here. 

Dental veneers

Thin porcelain shells cover the visible surface of teeth and can single-handedly address a wide range of makeover functions. Hollywood whiteness is only the beginning. Chips, cracks, gaps, and minor alignment issues can all be addressed by veneers. 

Composite bonding

Using a tooth-matching composite resin, we can close gaps or fix minor damage to tooth enamel. It’s a quick and effective solution that can also cover permanent tooth discoloration, address uneven edges, and even alter the length of teeth. 


Think of crowns as the next step beyond veneers. Worn, cracked, or discolored teeth are easy work for a full or partial crown, restoring strength and appearance. Crowns are custom-made in a dental lab to match your natural teeth flawlessly. 

Teeth whitening

One of the most requested cosmetic dental procedures — whitening — is simple but highly effective. It’s the quickest way to get the bright, vibrant smile your smile makeover demands. There’s simply no consumer whitening solution that matches the power of dental office whitening. 

Dental implants 

The standard of care for missing teeth, dental implants replace both the crown and root of an extracted tooth. It’s the closest match when replacing a natural tooth. 


For mild-to-moderate dental alignment issues, Invisalign represents an exciting alternative to traditional braces. Invisalign aligner trays are clear and removable, and treatment periods are sometimes shorter than conventional orthodontics. 

The perfect combination of treatments for your smile makeover starts with a consultation. Call the office directly at 512-212-5231, or request a session via email at Your best smile starts today. 

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