Cosmetic Dentistry

Glendale Dentist Serving Phoenix, Scottsdale, Peoria, and nearby areas in Arizona

How Much Does Tooth Whitening Cost?

There are a number of different tooth whitening options and cost is very much dependent on which type you choose. In-office services – like Phillips Zoom! – typically start around $500 and go up in cost depending on the number of treatments needed and the severity of your tooth stains. This option is fast and effective but can be incredibly pricey to maintain as continued results often require several visits a year.

September is Self Improvement Month

September is Self Improvement Month, a month during which we are encouraged to look at those areas of our lives we find unsatisfactory and to take steps to mold them into something positive. For some, this means sticking to commitments, becoming more present, or engaging in new activities, but self-improvement needn’t be sweepingly emotional or excessively difficult.

Why Pick Dr. Donald Wilcox for Your Cosmetic Treatment?

Dr. Donald Wilcox is one of the most awarded and respected cosmetic dentists in the Phoenix area. Dedicated, caring, attentive, and skilled, Dr. Wilcox has helped hundreds of people in and around Phoenix achieve the strong, attractive, and brilliant smiles they deserve through targeted and personalized cosmetic dentistry services. Call our office at 602-978-1790 to learn how our services can help you.

How Long Does it Take to Get Porcelain Veneers?

The process of placing porcelain veneers typically requires two working-visits to our office. These visits, spaced about three weeks apart, will be for the preparation and placement of your customized veneers. One or two visits may be needed in between for check-ups and whitening of adjacent teeth to help ensure a color match when your porcelain veneers are placed.

Glendale Tooth Whitening Options

Glendale cosmetic dentist Dr. Donald Wilcox offers safe and effective tooth whitening options. In his years of experience, however, he has found that take-home trays are both more effective and more comfortable. While in-office options are available, Dr. Wilcox will only suggest them in cases where it makes the most sense.

In the short video below, Dr. Wilcox discusses in-office whitening vs. tray-whitening and why he has decided to focus primarily on the latter.

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