The appearance of your smile is noticed by everyone you interact with. There are a number of common aesthetic problems that can interfere with an attractive smile, leaving you feeling awkward and uncomfortable in both business and social interactions.
When you are embarrassed by your smile, it can impact the way you talk or carry yourself, and it can even make you hesitant to smile out of embarrassment. Dr. Barton understands the dramatic impact an imperfect smile can have on your self-esteem, and he is pleased to offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry procedures to help provide you with a smile you will be proud to show the world.
Addressing Your Entire Smile
Some people are born with a perfect smile. Most of us, however, have one or more issues that keep us from feeling completely comfortable. Common cosmetic dental problems include:
- Chipped, cracked, or broken teeth
- Gapped, unevenly spaced, or missing teeth
- Misshapen, crooked, or unequally sized teeth
- Teeth that have been severely discolored by age, genetics, or lifestyle choices
During your initial consultation with Kansas City cosmetic dentist Dr. Thomas Barton, the quality of your smile will be carefully assessed. By listening carefully to all of your concerns, Dr. Barton can customize a treatment plan that will provide you with a straight, white, and beautiful smile that addresses all of your aesthetic goals.
Dr. Barton is committed to offering complete dentistry services. He combines treatments to keep your teeth and gums healthy with advanced procedures to provide beautiful aesthetics. This is achieved by addressing your entire smile from both a functional and aesthetic standpoint.
For over a decade, Dr. Barton has helped countless people in our area look and feel their very best. Working with you on a highly individualized basis, he can address your common cosmetic dental problems and help provide you with the smile of your dreams.
Please contact us today to schedule your initial cosmetic dentistry consultation. Dr. Thomas Barton serves patients in Kansas City, Missouri.