Cosmetic Dentistry: A smile gives our face its personality and communicates our emotions. When we show our smile, we share a bit of ourselves with the people around us. Having a great smile is synonymous with health and happiness, but also with well-being. However, imperfections in the teeth can cause embarrassment and hesitation to use that great smile!
Fortunately, dentistry advances for giving people their best smile have improved thanks to new technology and techniques to treat our oral health. Here are a few ways to achieve the ideal smile:
Teeth Whitening is the fastest and most efficient way to give your smile a positive change. Over time, teeth tend to naturally discolor. However, personal habits affect how quickly our teeth change their color. Teeth Whitening is a quick and painless process and in just a couple of visits to the dentist, you will have a new white smile.
Dental veneers are thin porcelain covers that are places over yellowed, or misshapen teeth to give a new perfect smile. The process of veneers generally takes a few dental visits to measure and prepare, and then custom veneers are made in a dental lab before being applied to the teeth. Veneers last about 10 years.
Dental implants are a popular way to restore lost teeth. The dentist will examine your mouth, remove and teeth that are severely decayed or broken and then allow to jaw to heal before proceeding with implanting the appliance. Dental implants take several visits; however, they produce the most natural looking and feeling results.
Dental bonding is a fast and easy way to fill in a small chip or an irregular shaped tooth. Bonding is done in-office and only takes moments. The dentist will match the color of the bonding material to your natural teeth to create a seamless—better—tooth for you.
There are so many options for producing a whiter, brighter, straighter smile. The best option for you can be discussed with your dentist at your next visit. If you are interested in cosmetic dentistry, just contact us
at Parkview Dental today.
Dr. Brandon Schmidt | 23-March-2020