Dentist in Magnolia
6519 FM 1488, Suite 505
Magnolia, TX 77354
832-521-8448

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

A healthy and attractive smile can raise your self-esteem, increase your confidence, and help you make better first impressions on others. Even small changes like teeth whitening or a natural-looking crown make a big difference in your smile’s appearance. We offer many subtle yet noticeable treatments that can enhance your smile, in addition to more complex procedures, called “smile makeovers,” that can give you the smile of your dreams.


Cosmetic

Cosmetic Treatments

  • Professional Teeth Whitening (custom and one-size trays)
  • Veneers & Lumineers®
  • Snap-On Smile®
  • Orthodontic Options

Cosmetic

ZOOM!® Professional Whitening

Want to take your smile from full to dazzling? We offer powerful in-office whitening treatments with ZOOM!®. This whitening system can brighten your smile by up to 8 shades in just about an hour in the dental chair. We can also fit you with custom trays and send you home with ZOOM! Whitening gel to whiten on your own schedule. Get your smile red carpet-ready at Serenity Dental.


Cosmetic

KöR® Teeth Whitening

For extra-powerful whitening, try KöR® deep bleaching. This whitening system produces less sensitivity than typical over-the-counter whitening treatments, and it can get your smile up to 16 shades whiter over the course of your treatment.


Cosmetic

Porcelain Veneers

If your teeth are chipped, cracked, or severely discolored, porcelain veneers can help you reclaim your smile. Veneers are thin sheets of durable porcelain that we bond to the front side of your teeth to alter their appearance in virtually any way you can imagine. We can even use veneers to close up small gaps in your teeth. Get a smile you love showing off again with veneers!

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