The prettiest thing anyone can wear is a perfect smile.
Most people would think of getting teeth whitening or perhaps veneers when cosmetic dentistry comes to mind. The good news is our team of specialist cosmetic dentists can do so much more.
A beautiful smile has a real impact on confidence, self-esteem, and social success.
Almost any dental problem related to your smile can now be treated with a cosmetic dentist.
What is cosmetic dentistry?
- Cosmetic dentistry can be any type of dental procedure that enhances the patient’s teeth and smile, thus improving a person’s overall appearance and self-confidence.
- Cosmetic dentistry offers many treatment options for people who want to improve their teeth and smile.
Types of Cosmetic Dentistry
Teeth whitening can be one of the simplest and least expensive ways to improve your smile. Teeth can be bleached with in-office products in your dentist’s office, or you can buy a home kit whitening and from your dentist to bleach your teeth at home. There are also whitening products available over the counter at retail stores for convenient at-home whitening: whitening toothpastes, rinses, and white strips
Our natural Dental veneers looking , are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored porcelain or resin that cover the front surface of the teeth. After removing about a half-millimeter of enamel from the tooth surface, these thin shells are bonded (cemented) to the front of the teeth, changing their color, shape, size, or length.
A dental crown, also called a cap, fits over and replaces the entire decayed or damaged tooth above the gum line, restoring its shape, size, strength, and appearance. Crowns keep a weak tooth from breaking or hold a cracked tooth together; they can be used cosmetically to cover misshapen or severely discolored teeth. Crowns can be made from metal, porcelain-fused-to-metal, resin, or ceramic.
Inlays and onlays
Inlays and onlays, also called indirect fillings, are made from gold, porcelain, or composite materials and fill decayed or damaged teeth. Dental fillings are molded into place during an clinic visit; however, inlays and onlays are created in our dental laboratory. The filling is called an “inlay” when the material is bonded within the center of a tooth; it is called an “onlay” when the filling includes one or more points of the tooth or covers the biting surface. Inlays and onlays preserve as much healthy tooth as possible and are an alternative to crowns.