The way your smile looks and feels can have a huge impact on your life. A bright, confident smile can affect how you feel about yourself. It can also affect how other people perceive you. If your smile doesn’t inspire confidence, cosmetic dentistry can help. Traditional dentistry focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of oral and dental disease. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of your smile. Cosmetic dentistry covers a wide range of common dental treatments.
Teeth Whitening Options For a Great Smile
It’s natural for your teeth to lose some of their brightness over time. With regular brushing and flossing, the food and beverages you consume can leave behind stains on your teeth. You can have professional teeth whitening treatments performed in our office, or we can provide you with a very convenient, customized take-home kit. These professional treatments are much more effective than the whitening kits you can find at your local drugstore.
Porcelain Veneers, Crowns, and Bridges
Porcelain has become one of the most popular materials used in cosmetic dentistry. This material very closely resembles both the look and feel of your natural teeth. It is also strong enough to withstand the pressures of everyday use. This makes it an excellent choice for dental restorations such as dental bridges, dental crowns, and dental veneers. Each of these restorations corrects a number of different dental issues in order to improve the look of your smile.
Smile Makeovers Are The Best!
Smile makeovers are an excellent choice for anyone who wants to improve the overall look of their smile. This process combines a number of dental procedures and restorations. These procedures can correct your facial structure and improve the shape of your face. This is a popular choice for brides before their wedding.
Dental Fillings and Dentures Are Cosmetic Dentistry
Believe it or not, today’s dental fillings, full dentures, and partial dentures fall under the category of cosmetic dentistry. This is because many patients choose to have older restorations replaced. People do this so they can take advantage of the new, more natural-looking dental restoration materials that are available today. Advancements in modern dentistry mean that dental fillings no longer have to use a metal amalgam. Metal amalgam leaves unnatural looking areas on your teeth. Today’s dentures combined with dental implants make for a more natural look and more comfortable feel.