Cosmetic Dentistry
Clearwater, FL

Cosmetic dentistry is about more than creating a “Hollywood” smile. It is also an important part of maintaining or restoring dental health and addressing problems that may be causing an imbalance in the bite. Cosmetic dentistry can help patients keep their natural teeth healthy in the long run, restore a more youthful appearance to their smile, and boost their confidence.

cosmetic dentistry in clearwater flCosmetic Dentistry in Clearwater, FL

Whether you desire a subtle change or a dramatic transformation, Dr. Radosavljevic can help you get the smile you’ve always wanted. We perform multiple cosmetic dentistry treatments in our Clearwater dentist office.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of dental ceramic that cover the front and sides of your tooth. They can often be a one-step smile makeover, completely transforming how your smile looks. They’re stain-resistant and can provide you with an even, gleaming smile. You can get a single veneer for a problem tooth or veneers on all of your front teeth.

Teeth Whitening

Everyone experiences tooth discoloration at some point in their lives. That’s why professional teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dentistry service. Professional whitening products are more concentrated and effective compared to their over-the-counter alternative. Your smile can become up to eight shades whiter in a single office visit.


Invisalign is often the preferred way to straighten crooked teeth. The clear aligners make it difficult for people to tell that you’re wearing them. Treatment is quicker and more comfortable compared to metal braces, and it often costs less, too. Misaligned teeth or uneven bites can cause further oral health problems.

Tooth Bonding

Dental bonding is an affordable treatment option that almost anyone is eligible. Bonding material is a malleable resin that the dentists shapes to repair chips and cracks or to completely transform a discolored tooth. It’s completely removable, so it’s an acceptible treatment for children, too.


BioClear is a modern cosmetic treatment that’s been taking the dental world by storm. It’s a durable and long-lasting treatment option that can treat even severe cosmetic problems. Using BioClear allows us to take a conservative approach to cosmetic dentistry and ensure we preserve as much of the natural tooth structure as possible.

Why Choose Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry primarily focuses on the aesthetics of your smile. But it comes with many other benefits that aren’t just looks.

Mental and Social Benefits

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you. If you’re constantly hiding your smile, people can notice. There’s a big difference between that and smiling comfortably in public. A beautiful smile not only helps your self-esteem, but it gives others a positive impression of you. In social settings, you’re more relaxed and focusing more on enjoying the moment instead of worrying about how your smile looks.

Being more open socially improves your relationships with friends and family, as well as assisting in making new friends. A beautiful smile can help you professionally, too. Employers are more likely to hire or promote someone that takes care of their smile. It shows an attention to detail and gives employers more confidence in you and your work. They’ll trust you more and give you more opportunities.

Improved Oral Function

Many cosmetic problems have underlying oral health issues. Crooked teeth is one of the biggest examples of this. To start, they’re harder to clean than even teeth. They come together at strange angles and can have incredibly cramped areas. You may not be able to floss between them and our specialized dental tools may not even be able to clean areas properly. Even if you’re doing everything right for oral healthcare, you may still be at high risk for tooth decay and gum disease.

When you bring your upper and lower jaw together, the pressure of your bite evenly distributes throughout your teeth. When your smile isn’t even, the pressure doesn’t distribute evenly. Some of your teeth experience more pressure than the others. These teeth wear down faster than the others and are more prone to chips and cracks. You’re more likely to experience issues with your smile that require restorative care.

An uneven bite is one of the most common things that can lead to TMJ disorders. Your jaw joint doesn’t move properly and begins to break down. The muscles that help it move become strained. The condition continues to get worse the longer you avoid treatment. You may experience popping and clicking when you move the jaw, pain and tension throughout the head and face, and may have issues moving your jaw in certain ways.

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Cosmetic dentistry can transform your smile. Call us or schedule an appointment online to get started.