Cosmetic Dentistry

Get Your Most Beautiful Smile

We offer several cosmetic services that will help you achieve a smile that you feel confident about!
I think Old Settlers Dental is the best ever! Everyone who works there is outstanding. Their customer service promotes an interested and understanding work ethic. The dental approach to procedures are off the chain. I know, because I am a big chicken when it is time for dental services.
- Rebecca Brock

Cosmetic Dentistry in Round Rock, TX

Do you see your reflection in the mirror and want to hide your smile? Nothing can make you feel more self-conscious or awkward than teeth that are damaged or just don’t look healthy. But with our advanced skills and technology, our team can correct nearly any cosmetic dental problem that prevents you from smiling with confidence.

We receive many questions about cosmetic dentistry in Round Rock, and we will be happy to answer yours! Here are some that we hear most frequently, but please feel free to call us at (512) 957-8689 to arrange a smile consultation with Dr. Lewcock or Dr. Zavala.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Professional Teeth Whitening

Porcelain Veneers, Crowns, and Bonding

Invisalign and Six Month Smiles

Give us a call to schedule your next appointment.

What cosmetic dental treatments do you offer?

We believe that everyone deserves a smile they’re proud to share, and cosmetic dentistry at our Round Rock, TX dental office offers the treatments you need to transform your appearance.
As you can see, there’s a lot to choose from, and Dr. Lewcock and Dr. Zavala would love the opportunity to explain how these treatments can be used to create a stunning smile transformation.

What problems can you address with cosmetic dentistry?

We offer beautiful transformations in cosmetic dentistry, and we want you to enjoy your best possible smile so that you can get the most out of life. Some of the aesthetic dental flaws we can correct are:
Communication is essential and helps us provide the results that match your goals. We will talk to you about your options and work with you to find the most cost-effective solution that delivers the best outcome.

How can you help me decide which cosmetic treatment is right for me?

Dr. Fredrick Lewcock and Dr. John Zavala have decades of experience in dentistry, and both have a passion for improving the aesthetics of our patients’ smiles. There are a lot of options to choose from so it can seem overwhelming to choose the ones that will work best for you.

Every smile makeover, large or small, starts with a consultation with one of our doctors to learn how we can help. Some of the questions you can ask yourself before your consultation are:

The answers to these questions will help our doctors determine what your priorities are for improving your smile and how we can help.

If you’re ready to improve your smile with cosmetic dentistry in Round Rock, TX, please call Old Settlers Dental to arrange a consultation.

Why should I choose professional teeth whitening?

If you’ve been looking for effective teeth whitening, you know there’s an overwhelming variety of over-the-counter products available. But it’s good to remember that you get what you pay for, and that’s especially true for teeth whitening. Lots of people spend money buying all sorts of products only to be disappointed by the results and the discomfort of irritated gums.

Trained dental professionals like our doctors are able to prescribe a much higher concentration of whitening agent than you can purchase at your drugstore. You can be confident that the results will not only be spectacular but we also carefully adjust the concentration to eliminate any sensitivity.

What teeth whitening options do you offer?

At Old Settlers Dental, we offer both in-office and take-home teeth whitening options.

One of the most popular procedures for refreshing your smile is professional teeth whitening. For in-office treatment, we are proud to use the KöR Teeth Whitening System at our Round Rock dental office. We provide you with a customized set of whitening trays that you wear for about two weeks while you sleep for amazing results. We use innovative KöR whitening because it is very effective for lifting difficult stains from your teeth.

We also offer NiteWhite kits that you can use at your convenience in your own home. Your kit includes custom-made whitening trays that you wear for about twenty to thirty minutes every day. In about two weeks, you will see the beautiful results, usually about six to eight shades whiter.

How do you use porcelain crowns and veneers?

We use dental crowns and porcelain veneers to correct numerous aesthetic flaws from chips or breaks to severely stained teeth. Tooth-colored composite fillings look natural, and we can customize the shade to blend seamlessly with your own teeth. This quality also makes it perfect for a procedure called cosmetic dental bonding that addresses many cosmetic imperfections.

We can use these treatments individually or in combination to provide a true smile transformation. Dr. Lewcock and Dr. Zavala both take great pleasure in helping our patients achieve beautiful, healthy smiles. We think you will be amazed at the difference that a few minor changes can make to your appearance and self-esteem.

We’ll be happy to arrange a complimentary consultation to discuss your needs. Please give us a call to get started on your new smile!

What is cosmetic dental bonding?

Dental bonding is a noninvasive procedure we can often complete in one dental visit. Dental bonding is excellent for making minor repairs such as:

We use dental bonding at our Round Rock dental office for cosmetic purposes, but it can also smooth a rough tooth that has been damaged, so it doesn’t irritate your mouth or tongue

We use tooth-colored composite, the same material we use to fill cavities and match it to your teeth for a seamless appearance. We typically apply the bonding material on teeth that do not absorb much of the force from chewing. For posterior teeth, or back teeth, a dental crown will offer greater stability and longevity.

Which is better, dental bonding or porcelain veneers?

Dental bonding adds to your existing tooth structure to correct small imperfections such as chips, small gaps, and non-uniform teeth. If you are looking to repair the appearance of a tooth or a number of teeth, weighing your options is essential.

Dental bonding and veneers both offer cosmetic benefits, but knowing the difference is vital.

To learn more about dental bonding or porcelain veneers in the Round Rock, TX area, give Old Settlers Dental a call for a cosmetic consultation.

What’s the difference between Invisalign and Six Month Smiles?

Many adults are unhappy with the appearance of crooked front teeth, but nobody has time to sit around and wait for traditional orthodontics to work. We’re pleased to offer two excellent adult orthodontic options – Invisalign and Six Month Smiles – that can address the esthetic problem of crooked teeth in a short amount of time.


Invisalign clear aligners are a popular adult orthodontic treatment because they offer so many advantages over other types of short-term braces. Invisalign is made out of smooth plastic that won’t irritate your mouth, making them easy to wear.

The aligners are also removable so that you can take them out for special occasions, but Invisalign is so discreet that most people won’t know you’re wearing them. Since they’re removable, you can continue to enjoy your favorite foods, and oral hygiene is also much more efficient. Treatment times for Invisalign range from 12 to 15 months for adults.

Six Month Smiles

Six Month Smiles are another short-term option that straightens your front teeth in a matter of months. We place clear brackets and tooth-colored wires on the misaligned teeth that show when you smile. The action of Six Month Smiles is similar to traditional braces, but focuses only on the teeth that show when you smile.

The goal of Six Months Smiles treatment in Round Rock is to correct the aesthetic problem of misaligned teeth, and treatment times are so short because we are not making adjustments to your dental bite.