15 Feb Feeling Self-Conscious About Your Smile?
Patients that have teeth that are stained, chipped, uneven, or imperfect can now resolve the things most disliked about their smile. A consultation with your cosmetic dentist to discuss the changes you would like to make about your smile is the first step to creating the “wow” look you’ve always wanted.
The misconception that cosmetic dentistry is only for the wealthy is demonstrated daily in dental offices across the nation. People of all ages and income levels can obtain the treatment they desire to make the changes wanted to boost self-confidence and achieve that brilliant smile!
Dull, lackluster teeth – Teeth whitening is perhaps the most economical cosmetic dental boost available. ZOOM! in-office teeth whitening can eliminate most extrinsic stains and whiten teeth up to eight shades in one brief visit. Take home kits are also available for touch-up or for the patient that wishes to whiten at home. [pullquote]Patients that have teeth that are stained, chipped, uneven, or imperfect can now resolve the things most disliked about their smile.[/pullquote]
Malocclusion – When the top teeth do not align properly with the bottom teeth, an over bite, under bite or cross bite is likely the culprit. Teens and adults of all ages have discovered Invisalign clear plastic aligners can resolve most dental malocclusions. While virtually invisible, teeth straightening can be attained with the removable aligners allowing freedom to eat the foods you love and keep teeth and gum tissue healthy with easy daily flossing and brushing.
Chipped teeth – For a faster result to resolve the appearance of gaps between teeth, chipped or uneven teeth or teeth severely stained due to medications or other intrinsic stains, the best solution may be dental veneers. Veneers are wafer thin, tooth colored shells that are fabricated to match the surrounding teeth in shape and color. The veneers are permanently cemented to teeth masking the problems that inhibit your smile.
Missing teeth – One or more missing teeth may not only affect your smile, but the way you eat and speak. Over time, remaining teeth start to drift toward the open space while bone in the gum tissue will begin to disintegrate. Dental implants can resolve the opening, and since the implant is designed to act like the root of the tooth, bone loss does not occur. In fact, bone can be regenerated with dental implants.
Our skilled and experienced dental team has a solution to fit every time and budgetary requirement so making a consultation appointment today is the first step to your new confident smile.