Cosmetic Dentistry Invest In Your Appearance
  • Find many affordable cosmetic options
  • Trust your care to an experienced cosmetic dentist
  • Reveal a more attractive & confident smile

Transform Your Smile With Treatment From a Tampa Cosmetic Dentist

Your smile may be healthy, but you want it to be beautiful too. That’s no problem for Dr. David Doering, your cosmetic dentist in Tampa. At our office, you will find:

  • Services to address every cosmetic flaw, including crooked teeth, stains, and misshapen teeth
  • A dentist with decades of experience who can help you find the treatments that will work best for your smile
  • Options at different price points, so you can find a solution that fits your budget
  • Numerous payment options, including CareCredit financing
  • Extended hours so you can receive cosmetic treatments before work or after school

The best way to begin your smile transformation is visiting our office for a consultation with Dr. Doering, a pioneer in cosmetic dental treatments in the Tampa Bay area. To schedule one, call us today at 813-590-6649. He can use wax models and digital images to help illustrate the cosmetic possibilities!


Hide Your Flaws With Veneers or Bonding

Stats Image 8 out of 10 adults think straight, white teeth help people get ahead. Source.
Depending on the smile flaws you want to address, you’ll likely enjoy numerous options. You can use two of our most versatile treatments to conceal many common imperfections, including chips, stains, misshapen teeth, and worn teeth.

  • Dental Veneers – Porcelain veneers are strong and stain resistant. They can keep your smile looking beautiful for many years. You can change the shape, length, and color of your teeth with veneers. In some cases, we can use them to address minor misalignment of teeth without orthodontics.
  • Tooth Bonding – Not quite as versatile or as long lasting as veneers, bonding is more affordable and can usually be completed in just one visit to our office.

Enhance Your Smile & Your Confidence With Cosmetic Dental Care

Your other cosmetic dental options include:

  • Teeth Whitening – You can conveniently whiten at home using professional-strength treatments that provide brighter results than you can get from a drugstore.
  • Teeth Contouring – This simple treatment can fix uneven edges, slight overlaps, and similar issues.
  • Gum Reshaping – Removing excess gum tissue will give your smile a less “gummy” appearance. We can also even out a crooked gumline.
  • Invisalign Orthodontics – Enjoy a beautifully straight smile without a mouth full of metal. You’ll wear clear plastic aligners that won’t stand out in your smile. They can also be easily removed for meals and oral hygiene.
  • Smile Makeover – Combine multiple treatments for a stunning change. Dr. Doering can help you identify the solutions that will work best for you.

For an appointment with Tampa cosmetic dentist Dr. David Doering, call us today at 813-590-6649. You can also request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Cosmetic Dentistry

Does insurance cover cosmetic dentistry?

In general, dental insurance will not cover the cost of cosmetic dentistry. You may want to check with your individual provider to verify what they will and won’t cover. We offer a variety of payment options, including third-party financing with attractive zero- and low-interest payment plans for dental work.

Is cosmetic dentistry worth it?

Yes! You deserve to feel great about your smile. If cosmetic dentistry can help you achieve that, it’s worth the investment. Not only can cosmetic dental treatments improve the appearance of unattractive, unhealthy teeth, but they can also lead to life-changing benefits that often come with a bright, beautiful smile. You’ll have the confidence to pursue the life you want!

Does cosmetic dentistry improve oral health?

Cosmetic dentistry primarily focuses on enhancing the appearance of teeth and smiles. While it may not directly improve oral health, it can have indirect benefits. Procedures like teeth whitening, veneers, and orthodontic treatments can motivate individuals to take better care of their oral hygiene, leading to improved oral health habits. Additionally, cosmetic treatments can address issues like misaligned teeth or gaps, which may contribute to oral health problems if left untreated. Therefore, while cosmetic dentistry may not directly impact oral health, it can play a role in promoting overall dental well-being.