Teeth become a very prominent feature when smiling broadly, laughing, or speaking. And while it would be great if everyone inherently had beautiful teeth, that is not always the case. Obtaining a great smile and improving the appearance of your teeth is possible … a conversation with our dentist about cosmetic dentistry will identify ways available to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
Cosmetic Dentistry Provides A Solution
Stained or discolored dentition, uneven teeth appearing out of proportion, unwanted spaces between teeth, chipped enamel … cosmetic dentistry can provide a solution.
Dental Stain: Over the counter pastes and rinses, generic whitening kits sold on the internet, blue lights, and do it yourself whitening trays all promise you a beautiful smile. Unfortunately, these products often don’t deliver as promised.
Cosmetic dentistry has a better solution. As a licensed practitioner, your dentist can provide you with effective teeth whitening that has been tested for your safety that will produce great results. And by acquiring teeth whitening from your trusted dental provider, you have a resource to address any questions or concerns you may have.
Chipped Enamel, Dental Decay: It would seem odd that one treatment option could resolve so many problems, but tooth colored restorations are available using a composite that is versatile, strong, and can be artfully applied by your dentist to make many dental maladies virtually disappear.
Many Cosmetic Complaints … One Solution: Porcelain veneers are very thin shells that are made to fit on the front of teeth. They are designed to hide teeth suffering from intrinsic dental stain, minor misalignment, unwanted gaps, or broken teeth. The beauty of veneers is they can be applied to one or multiple teeth. They are designed to match neighboring, untreated teeth, and provide a permanent solution for a beautiful smile.
Caring for your New Smile
Once treatment is concluded, caring for your beautiful new smile will be easy. If dental stain was your problem, learn to avoid foods and beverages that promote stain. Protect veneer treated teeth – do not bite your nails or use teeth to open packages. Make sure to brush and floss daily, and visit Tate Family Dentistry for cleanings and exams as prescribed.