A cosmetic dentist performs a range of procedures that can improve the appearance of your smile, boost your confidence, and help you look your best. Often called esthetic dentistry, these treatments focus on improving the overall aesthetics of your smile. Many treatments are quick and painless, so there’s no need to worry. With cosmetic dental treatments, you can transform your smile into one that you love showing off.
Some common cosmetic dental procedures include the following:
Dental Veneers Treatment
Dental veneers are thin shells of tooth-colored material placed over the front of your teeth. They’re ideal for patients who want to make slight position changes or conceal chips, cracks, stains, and other imperfections. Veneers are customized to fit your mouth and look just like your natural teeth.
Once they’re bonded to your teeth, they essentially become permanent. Although the material is stain-resistant, you must still practice good oral hygiene habits to keep your smile healthy and clean.
Teeth Whitening Treatment
Patients whose teeth have yellowed or darkened over time can benefit from professional teeth whitening treatments. Professional whitening can brighten your teeth by up to several shades, giving you a more brilliant smile. This cosmetic dentistry treatment can also remove stains from tobacco products and certain foods and drinks.
Dental Implants Treatment
Dental implants are artificial tooth root replacements that are used to replace missing roots or roots of teeth that don’t have enough structure to support a dental crown. Dental implants are placed into the jawbone and act as anchors for a replacement crown to be placed on top. Dental implants are the most sturdy and durable restoration available – they look and function just like your natural teeth! Plus, they are ideal for replacing a single missing tooth. If you have more than one missing tooth in a row, a bridge can be used in conjunction with an implant to replace the missing teeth. If you’re missing all of your teeth along the upper or lower arch, multiple implants can be placed to hold a full denture in place securely. Since dental implants require surgery, patients must be in good overall health and have a sufficient amount of bone in the jaw to support the implant. To find out if you’re a good candidate for dental implants, schedule an appointment with your dentist to discuss your treatment options.
If you are no longer seeing a dentist, it’s never too late to start again. Contact our office to schedule an appointment today. To learn more, schedule your exam, contact Grace Dental Ed Bishay at 5022 US-90 ALT suite c, Sugar Land, TX 77498, or call (281) 340-1333.
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