What Cosmetic Dentistry Can Do For YouJanuary 28, 2020
Your smile shouldn’t be a distraction. And a clean smile with straight teeth is a sign of good health. Invest in your smile. It could be an investment in your health.
Your smile not only affects how you come across to others, but it can also affect how you eat or speak, not to mention your confidence. Your smile can have a major effect on your social life or even your career opportunities.
Your smile leaves a lasting impression. What impression do you want to leave?
What does it mean to be a cosmetic dentist? A cosmetic dentist restores tooth functionality and smiles esthetics.
A certified cosmetic Dentist is a professional you can trust. They listen to, and care about your goals and expectations. A Crown Council Dentist is committed to continually educating themselves about the advancements in treatment.
Cosmetic dentistry has developed a number of advanced techniques to help patients.
You may already have a beautiful smile and simply need some professional whitening to make you shine. And professional teeth whitening, the most popular procedure, is safer and more effective than do-it-yourself remedies.
Through natural looking tooth restoration methods, such as dental implants, dental crowns, dental bridges and dentures, a cosmetic dentist can repair broken or missing teeth and completely restore your smile.
If you are displeased with the shape of your teeth, whether they are too pointy, rounded, or simply don’t fit together properly, you may want them reshaped. This is typically accomplished through the use of porcelain veneers. You and your cosmetic dentist can discuss your desired plan.
Cracks, chips or discoloration can be simply a result of years of wear and tear on your teeth. A cosmetic dentist can use a variety of procedures to cover the damage and enhance the look of the tooth. It may be necessary to use a dental crown in those instances where the tooth has decayed or has broken and needs more structure and support.
Teeth Straightening and Alignment
Having a set of perfectly straight teeth is not very common. Now there is an alternative to the pain and embarrassment of metal braces. The invisible plastic aligners of clear braces are offered by most cosmetic dentists. They shift your teeth in stages without the discomfort of metal braces. Their use has been widely successful. Porcelain veneers are another option you may discuss with your cosmetic dentist.
Dental veneers can be used to alter the length and shape of any tooth. If you feel that your teeth are too small for your mouth. You and your cosmetic dentist can discuss the size, shape, and color of your teeth and develop a solution.
Choosing a cosmetic dentist with the necessary expertise is a critical decision and the solution can be a real asset, or even change, your daily life. Contact one of our Crown Council member dentists. You can keep up on dental advancements and discuss your plan for a better, healthier smile.Back to the Blog