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Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Posted on 9/5/2022 by Evan
Cosmetic Dental TreatmentsCosmetic dentistry is concerned with enhancing the aesthetics and appearance of your smile. In addition to teeth whitening and dental bonding, veneers are also common cosmetic dental procedures. If you have cracked or chipped teeth, small spaces or gaps between your teeth, misaligned teeth, or tooth staining, cosmetic dentistry might be an option for you. Cosmetic dental treatment is possible if your gums and teeth are in good health. Your dentist will, however, be more concerned about your dental health if you have extensive cavities or gum disease. As soon as you have restored the health of your smile, you will be able to determine which treatments are appropriate for you.

Cosmetic Treatments

A more evenly distributed, aesthetically beautiful, and symmetrical smile is the goal of cosmetic dentistry. Teeth whitening, veneers, gum and tooth contouring, and dental bonding are examples of common cosmetic dentistry procedures.

Teeth Whitening

Foods and drinks that are dark in color such as tea, berries, and coffee can cause tooth stains over time. Professional teeth whitening may brighten your smile and significantly and securely lighten the tint of your teeth.

Dental Bonding

Composite resin that is tooth-colored is used in dental bonding. This substance is used by your dentist to hide hairline cracks, discoloration, and other flaws. A tooth's shape can be altered via dental bonding to make it broader, uniform, and longer. Every 5-7 years, dental bonding often must be replaced. Additionally, it is entirely reversible since the tooth enamel isn't removed.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are little, sturdy covers that attach to the front side of your teeth. They are made of medical-grade ceramic. Veneers can hide a variety of aesthetic problems, including chipping, cracks, and discoloration, just like dental bonding.

Tooth Contouring

Small portions of enamel are removed during this process to alter the contour of your teeth. A dentist can only remove so much tooth structure since you only have a certain amount of natural enamel. In only one office visit, your dentist can shape your teeth.

Gum Contouring

There are some people that have extra gum tissue from birth. When this occurs, your grin may seem "gummy" or out of proportion. Your dentist will realign your gum line and trim any extra gum tissue during gum contouring to give it a more balanced, symmetrical appearance.
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