Cosmetic dentistry can shape, brighten, shade, align, and replace teeth with remarkable materials and techniques.
When your smile is healthy and beautiful, the benefits can follow. First an improved self-image influences a better dental hygiene and an improvement in your overall health.
Can you truly say you’re teeth are white? According to a poll taken by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), when asked, “What satisfied you least about your smile?” The number one answer people gave was tooth color. Cosmetic dentistry methods such as tooth whitening can give you a whiter and brighter appearance, allowing you to smile with confidence.
The combination of science and modern cosmetic dentistry can produce amazing results that frequently exceed even the highest of patient expectations. This page is here to acquaint you with the materials and techniques available in cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry today. Fell free to read the following descriptions of these procedures.
3. Dental Bonding:
This treatment is for tooth reshaping, to repair a broken or chipped tooth, to fill gaps between teeth, to protect the tooth’s root portion that is exposed due to receding gums, and to repair decayed teeth by filling the cavities.
During the procedure, your cosmetic dentist applies a composite resin to the cavity or to the front surface of your tooth then hardens it with a special light whereby “bonding” the material to the tooth.
They are teeth replacements for missing teeth. This procedure uses a titanium root that is surgically placed into the jaw bone which anchors naturally appealing teeth.
Veneers are thin layers of laminates or restorative materials bonded on the surface of your teeth. This procedure is applied either to repair cracked or chipped teeth, protect the teeth’s damaged surface, or to improve the teeth’s appearance due to severe discoloration.
There are two types of materials for veneers, composite and porcelain.
Tooth Contouring and Reshaping:
The procedure is to contour and reshape and correct broken, chipped, cracked, crooked, and overlapping teeth. It may also alter the length, position, and shape of your teeth.
Lastly, the cost of cosmetic dentistry varies on the treatment or procedure. A person can have one or a combination of cosmetic dentistry treatment to achieve the best results. Consult your Cosmetic Dentist and see what you need to get that perfect smile.