Everyone wants to have a smile that can light up a room. Y’know, one of those Hollywood smiles we see every day on our favorite tv shows and movies – a bright, gleaming white set of perfect pearly whites. The great thing is, with today’s dental technology, you can have that smile with the help of your dentist. Need it brighter? There are whitening treatments. Need some straightening? There are braces, or if necessary, dental implants that can help out. All you need is a visit to your favorite smile doctor.
Now when it comes to the various method used to repair your flawed grin, there are plenty to choose from and you and your dentist will decide together the best plan of attack. Here is a quick rundown of what you can expect. Of course, every patient is different, so these options may vary:
Missing teeth. A dental implant with veneers will likely be recommended.
Worn teeth. This will either entail some bonding or veneers in affected areas.
Gummy smile. If you have excessive gums showing when you smile, you may need a smile lift.
Discoloration. Whitening will be the first option but may need bonding or veneers.
Tooth erosion. Grinding may cause your teeth to wear. Veneers and/or crowns will fix that.
Old restorations. Old restorations may need to be re-sculpted to give your smile a renewed look.
Old bonding and cavities. You would be surprised by how much your smile can change by changing the color and shape of your teeth.
Crowding. Braces or a crown/bridge combination will make your smile more aesthetically pleasing.
Missing teeth. Fill in any gaps with bridges and veneers.
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