Smile Makeover in Greenville, TX

Celebrities get smile makeovers all the time, so why shouldn’t you? Many are under the misconception that these makeovers are a luxury and shy away from getting them. At Graham Family Dental & Spa in Greenville, TX, we believe that if you want to make changes to your smile, then you should.

Our smiles affect how we see ourselves and how others see us. When a person is satisfied with their smile, they’re more confident and outgoing, which can help improve their personal and even professional life. At Graham Family Dental & Spa, we can use veneers, implants, composite bonding, and teeth whitening techniques to give you the smile you want.

Before and After Smile Makeover in Greenville, TX.
Veneers and Composite Bonding

Veneers and composite bonding can be used to lengthen teeth and hide stained ones. They should last you north of 5 to 10 years and are almost impossible to differentiate from natural teeth. Not all your teeth might need these procedures. Our primary focus is usually on the front teeth, but if work on the rest of your teeth is needed, then we’ll go for it.


Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth. Missing teeth don’t always show, which makes people think they won’t affect their smiles. This is wrong because even missing molars will cause shifts that will affect your other teeth. Teeth are positioned relevant to each other and the space available, when more space appears, they’re going to drift apart.

Dental implants are important for cosmetic purposes in addition to daily functions like chewing and speaking. At the first visit we attach a titanium screw to your jawbone for fixation. On your second visit we can apply a false tooth to the screw to complete the implant.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening can be done on its own if your teeth are in good condition, or it can be done in combination with other techniques. It can be done in-office or at home, but even if you plan on doing it at home, we recommend that we examine you first to give you advice on how to best whiten your teeth.

There are plenty of methods involved in smile makeovers. According to each case, we’ll recommend the procedures we see necessary, and it’s up to you to decide what you want to do.

Smile Makeover FAQ

How do I know if I'm a good candidate for a smile makeover?

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You might be a good candidate for a smile makeover if you're dissatisfied with the appearance of your smile due to factors like discolored, uneven, missing, or damaged teeth. Our dentist will evaluate your oral health, discuss your aesthetic goals, and consider your overall facial appearance, skin tone, hair color, teeth, gum tissue, and lips to create your ideal smile.

Can a smile makeover improve the functionality of my teeth as well as aesthetics?

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Yes, a smile makeover is designed to improve both the appearance and function of your teeth. Treatments that correct misaligned teeth or adjust bite can enhance your ability to chew and speak properly, as well as prevent future dental issues.

What procedures might be included in my smile makeover?

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A smile makeover can include a variety of dental procedures depending on your needs and goals. Common treatments include teeth whitening, veneers, dental bonding, crowns, orthodontics, gum reshaping, and even dental implants. Our dentist will tailor a treatment plan specifically for you.

How long does a smile makeover take?

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The duration of a smile makeover varies widely depending on the complexity and number of procedures involved. Some treatments can be completed in one visit, while others, like orthodontics or implants, may take several months or even years. Our dentist will provide an estimated timeline after developing your treatment plan.

How can I maintain the results of my smile makeover?

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Maintaining the results of your smile makeover involves practicing good oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing, and visiting our dentist for routine check-ups and cleanings. Avoiding stain-inducing foods and beverages, as well as not smoking, will also help maintain the brightness and health of your smile.