Cosmetic dental treatments performed by cosmetic dentists are the best way to enhance the smile. It helps to repair and restore damaged teeth. Listed below are five popular cosmetic dental treatments provided to patients to restore their smiles.
A brighter, whiter smile can be achieved in as little as one visit to a dentist. Teeth whitening treatments use one of the most powerful bleaching agents, hydrogen peroxide, to lighten the natural color of your teeth. The treatment can be performed in-office or at home. Either way, it’s safe, effective, and pain-free.
Porcelain veneers are thin, tooth-shaped shells of ceramic that bond directly to the front side of teeth. Veneers are a popular option for patients who want to fix the appearance of their front teeth. They are stain-resistant so that you can enjoy your favorite foods and drinks without worry. In addition to improving the appearance of teeth, porcelain veneers can also improve teeth with chips, cracks, or gaps.
Dental crowns are custom-made caps that fit over the visible portion of a tooth. Crowns cover the tooth and restore its appearance, shape, and strength. Dental crowns may be restorative for a tooth or cosmetic to improve the appearance of a tooth. A crown helps protect a tooth that has been weakened by a cavity or damaged by an injury.
A dental bridge is a treatment used to replace one or more missing teeth. Bridges are made from various materials, including porcelain, gold, or alloys. It is held in place with the help of adjacent teeth, which are minimally etched for the procedure.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots placed in the jawbone. First, the implants are surgically placed in the jawbone. Then, the patient waits for a few months while the implants fuse with the jawbone. Finally, the dentist attaches a dental crown or bridge on top of the implant to complete the procedure.
Once the implants have healed, the dentures are attached on top. Patients can also replace individual teeth with dental implants. For patients missing all their teeth, implant-supported dentures are a popular option.
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