Did you know that your smile affects many areas of your life, as well as others? It may raise your mood, increase your self-esteem, and bring happiness to those around you. Smiling at a stranger can make someone else’s day! However, when someone lacks confidence in their grin, they deprive themselves of the advantages which come with sporting a wonderful set of pearly whites. There are numerous reasons why someone might feel self conscious about their grin; they may have misaligned, discolored, or missing teeth from harm or decay.
Although in a perfect world everybody will be born with an ideal, dazzling, white smile, that is not the case. Fortunately, this is where cosmetic dentistry comes in! The American culture places a major focus on how straight and white our teeth are. Many people are striving for a Hollywood-quality grin, but you do not have to be a star the upper class to get the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Aesthetic dentistry is available for everyone and anyone. From subtle modifications to major repairs, Dr. Amy offers many techniques and alternatives to treat teeth which are chipped, discolored, misshapen or missing.
Dr Amy can change the color of your teeth, close spaces, restore worn or short teeth, and can even reshape your teeth. Some common treatments include:
A bleaching method that can be done at home under the supervision of a dentist, or at the office that brightens your smile.
A composite resin attached to teeth can improve the aesthetics and strength of chipped teeth, while also providing a natural look.
Veneers are tooth colored shell moldings that attach to the teeth like an enamel to reshape or hide various unsightly damage.
Crowns provide structure to a tooth that has been severely damaged by decay.
An implant is a way of replacing a single missing tooth, and is attached at the root and topped with a dental crown.
These are alternatives to traditional metal braces, which are a clear way to align or fix misshapen teeth.
These developments will not always be merely aesthetic. A number of these treatments can improve oral issues, like your bite. The great thing is that all of these options are affordable.
Let Dr. Amy help you gain more confidence in your smile with cosmetic dentistry. To determine if cosmetic dentistry is right for you versus general dentistry, consider this: cosmetic dentistry focuses on the look of your teeth, while general dentistry focuses on the well-being of your teeth. The modern technology available today enables us to give you a natural-looking and stronger set of teeth with considerably more realistic-looking substances than utilized in the past. Cosmetic dentistry will transform your smile into something you will be proud to share with the world. Do not wait. Contact our office today to achieve the smile of your dreams.