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Transform Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

2nd August 2018, 11:18am EST

Few people are born with a naturally perfect smile. There always seems to be some type of imperfection, whether it’s a gap between teeth or uneven tooth size and shape. In the past, people who were not satisfied with their teeth had few options for improving their appearance. Thanks to advances in modern dentistry, today’s dental patients can correct nearly any flaw. Some even undergo total smile makeovers.

Types of Cosmetic Dentistry Services

A cosmetic dentist can make subtle changes to the appearance of the teeth or completely change their appearance. The most common cosmetic service performed in dental offices is tooth whitening, which can take years off of a person’s smile. Unlike over the counter whitening agents that may only lighten the teeth by a couple of shades, professional dental whitening can lift up to 8 shades off of stained or discolored teeth.

Some patients are unhappy with the shape or spacing of their teeth. In those cases, services like bonding or dental veneers may be used to fill in gaps, repair chips, or change the color of teeth that do not otherwise respond to cosmetic whitening. Veneers may even be used to reshape the teeth, providing a more uniform texture and appearance.

Which Cosmetic Dental Service is Right for You?

Only your dentist can help you determine if cosmetic dentistry is right for you. Many factors contribute to a person’s eligibility for cosmetic dental treatments, such as overall oral health and patient expectations. It is also important to consider the duration of treatment, as well as the maintenance that will be required to protect cosmetic changes.

The field of cosmetic dentistry is constantly changing and improving. There has never been a better time than now to achieve the dazzling smile you have always dreamed of. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, schedule a professional consultation. Your cosmetic dentist will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you decide which treatment could be right for you.

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