A bright, white and healthy smile leaves a lasting impression on all the people that you meet. In accordance to the research conducted at the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, more than 99 percent of all American adults believe that a bright, beautiful smile is an essential asset for social situations and a saving grace from awkward ones. That is possibly the reason why so many people opt for cosmetic dental procedures as they believe it would ameliorate their smiles and give their self-esteems a healthy boost.
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However, cosmetic dentist is someone who can do more than just teeth whitening. Dentists are also capable of renovating your smile’s shape, color, alignment, as well as filling in gaps and subtly refurbishing decayed or damaged teeth with tooth-colored fillings. Moreover, recent developments in the field of cosmetic dentistry has made it possible for patients to alter their teeth to such an extent that it makes their teeth look perfect, so much so that even close friends, family and peers wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.
Frequently Asked Questions
After receiving a cosmetic treatment, what should I be expected to do?
Special care instructions will be provided to you, following your treatment. This is based on the kind(s) of cosmetic treatment(s) you opt for.
How many different kinds of cosmetic treatments are accessible for me?
From in-office teeth whitening to total smile make-overs, our clinic provides an array of cosmetic treatments. Your teeth and smile goals determine the treatments that can be used to make you smile brighter. The types of cosmetic treatments that can be used are teeth whitening, fillings, bonding, crowns, veneers, or dental implants.
What should I presume to achieve from my cosmetic dental visit?
Due to great advances in dentistry, cosmetic, restorative and general dentistry might overlap in one visit. Your health insinuations and esthetics will be discussed at your appointment.
Can I opt for cosmetic dentistry?
If your healthy teeth have flaws that you would like to diminish for the enhancement of your smile then, yes, you can opt for cosmetic dentistry. However, inconspicuousness is the key to a natural looking smile and therefore, any improvement made to the teeth should not alter your general appearance.