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Cosmetic dentistry has evolved from simply replacing and restoring damaged teeth to covering a wide scope of esthetic and complex procedures. Today’s cosmetic dentistry includes the most conservative dental procedures such as tooth whitening (including ZOOM!), resin bonding, tooth-colored restorations and fillings, porcelain veneers, short-term orthodontics (6-month Smiles or Invisalign), Esthetic Dental Implants, and more. You may be surprised by how dentistry has evolved and what your results can be with an experienced and talented cosmetic dentist like Dr. Fernando Pessoa.​


Any dentist can call him/herself a Utah cosmetic dentistry, but we all know that each of us have a different level of talent, especially when it comes to artistic elements. When it comes to your smile, you want to make sure you are getting the VERY BEST cosmetic dentist in Utah (otherwise…everyone in the world may know!)
Dr. Pessoa has taken thousands of continuing education hours in the cosmetic dentistry field alone and has received awards in excellence in cosmetic dentistry by the most prestigious American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Over the course of his extensive training, Dr. Pessoa has refined his eyes and hands to achieve a level of skill and talent that is clearly seen on his before-after images.
Selecting a Utah cosmetic dentist is crucial. The first step is to look at your smile and determine what you want to change. Dr. Pessoa may have some other concerns when you visit, but it’s best to arrive having your own wish list. At that time, Dr. Pessoa will listen to your concerns and develops the best, most conservative treatment plan to not only achieve the results you want, but also to exceed your expectations. ​It is now your turn to smile!​Call us now or request an Online Smile Consultation with the best Utah Cosmetic Dentist


Cosmetic dental procedures are generally not covered by most dental insurance policies; HOWEVER, partial or full benefits are often available if the teeth are broken or have previous dental fillings, bonding, or crowns. Also, most insurance companies will pay approximately 80% of the cost for silver fillings on posterior (molar and bicuspid) teeth. If a more expensive porcelain or tooth colored filling material is used, the insurance company may still pay their percentage based on the cost of the less expensive silver filling. This is dependable on your specific dental insurance plan and we will provide a courtesy benefit check estimation of costs before any procedure is performed.

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