06 Jul Feeling Self Conscious About Your Smile?
When you smile, do you try to hide your teeth? If so, is that because you feel self-conscious about their appearance? A consultation with your cosmetic dentist will reveal the number of ways you can enhance your smile with a small tweak or a major overhaul. What would it take to give your self-confidence a boost?
Teeth whitening: A cost effective means to eliminate dental stain or discolored teeth, this cosmetic enhancement comes in many forms. Your dentist can match you with the program that you desire.
Bonding: Using a tooth colored resin material, your dentist can work wonders to blend away spots on teeth, repair dental chips, or cover receding gum tissue.
Veneers: Misshapen teeth, severe dental stain, chipped enamel, unwanted gaps and gum recession are all conditions that can be resolved in a matter of weeks with porcelain veneers. Veneers are wafer thin, tooth colored shells that can be cemented to the front of teeth requiring correction.
Tooth Colored Fillings: Many patients have undergone decay repair using silver amalgam. Over time, the silver fillings have broken down or taken on a darker appearance. These fillings can now be replaced using a tooth colored composite resin material that is safe, long lasting, and aesthetically appealing.
Orthodontic Repair: Wearing braces isn’t just for kids any more. Invisalign clear aligners provide a means for teens and adults to have their teeth straightened with this virtually invisible treatment plan. Crooked teeth or a malocclusion aren’t just issues with your appearance. Straight teeth are healthier providing fewer areas for plaque to build. And Invisalign aligners are removable allowing the patient to eat all the foods they wish, and keep teeth brushed and flossed daily without obstacles.
Dental Implants: Missing teeth can impact what and how you eat; speech patterns; and can erode your self-confidence preventing you from enjoying the life you deserve. Losing a permanent tooth can be devastating, but the dental implant process can restore the feeling once enjoyed prior to tooth loss by placing a permanent restoration over a dental implant. The implant is surgically placed in gum tissue and during the healing process bone integrates with the implant providing a solid, permanent base for the cosmetic enhancement designed to cover it.
With so many different cosmetic enhancements readily available, there is no reason to feel self-conscious about your smile. Contact our team today to discuss how we can transform your smile.