We are excited to announce that we are back to a normal schedule!
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Our office will be one of the most sterile places you will visit! That was true before the COVID-19 crisis but we felt it is more important now than ever for our dental family to know. Additional precautions will also be taken to ensure the well-being and safety of our team and patients. They will include but are not limited to:
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  1. Limiting the number of patients in the practice at one time
  2. Implementing digital forms/paperwork and payment options
  3. Scheduling more time between patients to perform disinfection practices above the standard protocols
  4. Having all patients rinse with Oracare (prescription anti-viral mouthwash) prior to any treatment
  5. Using advanced intraoral suction systems that drastically reduce aerosols
  6. Introducing medical grade H13 filters to enhance air particle filtration
These are just to name a few. At Elite Smiles, we will always have your best interest in mind to promote optimal oral and overall health. This starts with getting everyone's oral hygiene regimens back on track as SAFELY as possible.

We know many were affected financially by the COVID-19 pandemic. Those without dental insurance should not have to suffer, so that is why we have taken measures to decrease the price and have increased the discount of our in-house membership plan!

If you would like to schedule an appointment or have any additional questions, please give us a call at 512-252-4655 or email us at info@elitesmilesdds.com


Enjoy cosmetic dental bonding for your teeth with a Pflugerville, TX dentist

Cosmetic Dental Bonding at Elite Smiles in Pflugerville, Tx Area

Imperfect teeth can impact the appearance of the smile, even if it is healthy. Discoloration, unusually shaped teeth, or chips and cracks can detract from an otherwise beautiful smile. To combat this, many Pflugerville, TX area, patients discuss the benefits of cosmetic resin bonding.

What is dental bonding?

Dental bonding is a method of covering or disguising imperfections of the smile. It is a resin material for your teeth that can be shaped onto the tooth, cured with a special light, and then polished to look exactly like natural tooth enamel.

Who might benefit from cosmetic bonding?

The best uses of composite resin bonding are to address:

  • Spaced/gapped teeth
  • Chipped/cracked teeth
  • Permanently stained teeth
  • Unusually shaped teeth
  • Misaligned teeth

Who is a candidate?

The best candidates for composite resin bonding are patients with a healthy smile who are looking to disguise certain imperfections of the smile. To determine candidacy, patients are urged to call Elite Smiles of Pflugerville in Texas to schedule a consultation appointment and initial evaluation with our team. Dr. Jordan Tucker may also suggest other options including orthodontic work or porcelain veneers.

What can I expect from my dental bonding procedure?

First, patients are made comfortable in the dental chair. The teeth are cleaned, and then the area being treated is filed down to create a rough area on the tooth. The resin material, which looks like clay, will be applied to the area, and then shaped by the dentist. With a special curing light, the resin is hardened, which then allows the dentist to polish the bonding to blend it with the natural tooth. When cosmetic dental bonding is performed by an experienced dental professional, the results will be natural-looking and extremely aesthetic. Most patients have a difficult time telling where the restoration was placed in comparison with their natural teeth.

Call our office now to schedule your next appointment.

Request a visit with the team of Elite Smiles of Pflugerville

Patients in the area of Pflugerville, TX, who are interested in learning more about cosmetic procedures such as composite resin bonding are encouraged to book a consultation visit with Dr. Jordan Tucker. Call (512) 273-7790 to request an appointment and get started discussing aesthetic options available in today’s field of cosmetic dentistry.

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