Be Holiday Ready with Your Cosmetic Dentist in Harker Heights

November 30, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — marketheights @ 3:39 pm

What can my cosmetic dentist in Harker Heights do for me?You’re sprinting around the house trying to get everything ready before your family comes over. You decide to take a leap and host the holidays this year, and right about now, you’re starting to get anxious. Your house looks pristine and everything is set for a good time, so you give yourself one last look in the mirror.

You sigh loudly. Your house looks great, but, honestly, your teeth do not. All your friends and family are about to come through the front door, and the last thing you want to worry about is how you look. A beautiful smile can give you one less thing to worry about during the holiday rush, and that’s why it’s the perfect time to see your cosmetic dentist in Harker Heights at Market Heights Family Dental.

The Benefits of Beautiful Smile

Your teeth do more for you than just make you able to eat and talk; they are also an important social component. People often judge each other based on the appearance of their teeth. Beautiful smiles are often associated with great character, intelligence, and attractiveness. You want your first impressions to always be positive, and a striking smile can win someone over even before you start speaking. Cosmetic dentistry in Harker Heights can make this easily achievable for everyone.


A simple fact is that people like white teeth. They seem to have the power to make someone immediately like you. However, keeping them white over time can be difficult. Things such as coffee, wine, tobacco, diet, and even genetics can leave your teeth looking dull and discolored.

Teeth-whitening is the easiest way to improve the color of your smile. We can provide you with a custom-made take-home kit than will make your teeth 6-10 shades whiter in as little as two weeks. Our kits are made just for you, unlike typical store bought kits. They also use professional grade products you can only get through us, giving you a better result that will also last much longer.

Porcelain Veneers

Do you have broken, discolored, or misaligned teeth? How about large, obvious gaps? You may have all of them, and separate procedures to fix each problem would be expensive and time consuming.

The better choice is to get porcelain veneers, which are able to fix and mask all of these cosmetic issues with one easy procedure. They are thin ceramic coverings that are fitted to the front of your teeth. You can get them in as little as two visits, and they’ll leave your teeth looking spectacular for years.

Cosmetic Bonding

Don’t you wish that you could sculpt your teeth into the shape and look that you want? Cosmetic bonding gives your dentist the ability to do just that. Small cracks, chips, stains, and even slightly crooked teeth can be instantly fixed in as little as an hour. Your dentist will simply apply a putty-like resin to your teeth and mold it to give you the exact appearance you are looking for. It is one of the quickest and easiest ways to improve your smile.


Do you wish you could straighten your teeth without broadcasting it to the world? Metal braces can make it very obvious that your teeth need help, and can drastically affect your appearance. Invisalign enables you to straighten your teeth without it changing your look. It uses clear plastic aligner trays to gradually align your teeth over time. They are much more comfortable than braces, and are also removable. This means you can take them out whenever you need to eat or clean your teeth, making your orthodontic treatment fit seamlessly into your life.

Any Questions?

The first step to getting your new smile this holiday season is to make an appointment with Market Heights Family Dental. This will give you and Dr. Duncan or Dr. Sura the chance to discuss the kind of results you are looking for and how they can be achieved. Anyone can have the gorgeous smile they’ve always dreamed of, all it takes is one call, so don’t wait to come see us.

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