Cosmetic Dentistry

Your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you. A beautiful smile increases a person’s self confidence and makes a lasting first impression. With recent technological advances, modern dental materials and techniques, our dental staff can give you the bright, straight, beautiful smile you deserve. Our doctors will take the time to speak with you, discuss your concerns, evaluate your current dental problems and design an individual plan to achieve your goals. They will then recommend one or more of the following cosmetic dental techniques for your plan:

Porcelain Veneers

veneer_before_afterA veneer is a small, thin layer of porcelain which is bonded to the front of a tooth to change the tooth’s shape, position and color. Veneers do not stain over time and with proper care can last a lifetime. Veneers take two dental appointments to complete. At the first visit, our doctors will prepare the teeth for the veneers and take an impression to send to the laboratory. The porcelain veneer is created in a dental laboratory based on the preparation completed by our staff. When you leave your first veneer appointment your temporary veneers will look very similar to your permanent veneers. This gives you a great opportunity to see the beautiful results before the veneers are complete. At the second appointment the veneers are bonded to your teeth.

Composite Veneers

Composite veneers, sometimes referred to as bonding, is a beautiful and strong option to porcelain veneers for some patients.  The biggest difference between composite veneers and porcelain veneers is that composite veneers are artistically hand-laid directly on to the tooth by the dentist.  This skill does not come easily and requires hours and hours of training and practice after dental school to master.  Dr. Jill and Dr. Cara feel strongly about the benefits of composite veneers and dedicated themselves to learning this craft.  Dr. Jill trained with Dr. Jimmy Eubanks, one of the founders of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and with Dr. Newton Fahl who runs an international institute on the artistry of composite.  A few of the benefits to composite veneers are less tooth structure removal, less visits to the office and less anesthetic.  Also, our doctors use the most recent cosmetic composite and polishing instruments to achieve a natural, personalized aesthetic finish.  If you would like to see if you are a candidate for composite veneers, we would be happy to schedule a cosmetic consultation with you.


teeth-whiteningTeeth whitening is the most common cosmetic dental procedure performed today. Prosper Family Dentistry offers the Whitening Systems from the company Opalescence. They offer several different type of whitening systems as described below. How often you have to re-whiten your teeth is based on how much coffee, tea, soda, red wine and other items you consume each day. Also, smoking and other tobacco products will stain your teeth. If you have any questions about which Opalescence Whitening Product is right for you, please speak with our staff and doctors. For more information on Opalescence Whitening Products you can visit their web site at

  1. Opalescence PF – Opalescence take-home whitening gel offers professional results in a customized whitening treatment you can do in the comfort of your own home. Available in a range of formulations and flavors, Opalescence take-home whitening gel is delivered via custom-made trays, further tailoring the treatment to your smile.
  2. Opalescence Go – Opalescence Go comes in prefilled, disposable trays, so it’s easy to take with you anywhere you go. Opalescence Go offers a whiter smile in just 5–10 days with wear times ranging from 15–90 minutes per day. And its three delicious flavors make this professional alternative to over-the-counter tooth whitening taste great too!
  3. Opalescence Boost – A 40% hydrogen peroxide power bleaching gel, Opalescence Boost offers brighter, whiter teeth in less than one hour in the dental chair. This professional treatment is administered start to finish in the dental chair.