Sunday, February 25, 2024

Interview with Elite Cosmetic Dentist Jarett Hulse

A natural smile is something that can light up someone’s face. That’s why cosmetic dentistry is a field where the professionals strive to give their clients natural-looking smiles. One dentist who’s on a mission to improve his clients’ smiles with methods that make them look natural is Jarett Hulse. Jarett specializes in porcelain veneers and bioclear composite veneers.

We sat down with him for an interview.

Your full name:

Jarett Hulse

What is the most common type of cosmetic dentistry that your office performs?

Porcelain Veneers and Bioclear Composite Veneers

With regard to braces, what are the different types you can choose from and why would older adults want or need them?

Invisalign is by far the best, most common choice for adults.   Practically invisible, and can correct, crowding and spacing to improve appearance, patients bite (how their teeth fit together) and make them more cleansable and healthier

For someone trying to quickly boost their confidence or image, say for a wedding or new job, can some of these cosmetic procedures be done in one or two days ?

The Bioclear Method can be used to rebuild teeth, close the spaces between teeth, and close black triangles around teeth.  It can be used to fix a tooth or improve a whole smile.  And it usually is only one appointment

Do some insurance plans cover cosmetic dentistry or should patients expect to pay out of pocket?

Unfortunately no insurances cover any cosmetic dentistry.  

What separates you as a Cosmetic Dentist from other professionals in your field?

I give my patients a choice between improving their smiles with the Bioclear Method of the more traditional Porcelain Veneers.  I also see a lot of cosmetic dentistry that looks fake and not natural.  Many of my patients come to me looking for veneers that more natural looking. 

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