Could You Finally Enjoy a Beautiful Smile with Cosmetic Treatment?

Could Cosmetic Dentistry Improve Your Smile?Are you embarrassed by deeply set stains on your teeth? Have you actually spent years trying to hide your smile, because of inconsistencies in the size of your teeth, or even gaps between them? Many people are concerned that the esthetic issues they’ve long been embarrassed by, either won’t be able to be corrected through cosmetic treatment or that the cost would make these improvements out-of-reach. Fortunately, many dentists offer a variety of cosmetic dental treatments at many price points, that can help their patients address a host of esthetic imperfections quickly and efficiently. That way you don’t have to settle for a smile that is causing embarrassment. Instead, you can actually enjoy the kind of smile that instills great pride!

Professional Whitening Can Drastically Brighten Teeth

One fast and often affordable treatment option is professional teeth bleaching. Choosing to seek enhancements through a cosmetic dentist, helps ensure the results of whitening will be both noticeable and safe.

While there are many over-the-counter dental care products available that promise to lighten teeth, few are designed to create the same dramatic effects of professional whitening, which can often lighten teeth by eight shades or more.

Bonding and Veneers Can Cover a Host of Imperfections

Of course, some patients are concerned by more than just the color of their teeth. For these patients the dentist may recommend either cosmetic bonding or porcelain veneers, both of which are able to help hide a variety of imperfections. For instance, they can hide permanent discoloration, correct disproportionately shaped or sized teeth, and even hide minor gaps. Bonding is often faster and more affordable, than veneers, but that is because the material used is less expensive (and often less durable) than the porcelain used to create veneers. Veneers are actually crafted to last for ten years, with proper care, thanks to porcelain’s strength and its stain resistant properties.