Esthetic dentistry is committed to tooth restoration for both esthetic and functional purposes. And a key element to achieving a more youthful appearance is by rejuvenating your smile, which is at the center of your face.
Modern dentistry has many tools to restore teeth in a natural looking, more beautiful fashion. The combination of sophisticated bonding technology, along with the development of durable, enamel-like restorative materials, is making techniques – like the use of silver fillings – rapidly become a thing of the past.
A cosmetic restoration may be any of the following:
• A porcelain veneer that is bonded to the front surface of your teeth
• An all ceramic cap (full crown) that has no metal
• An inlay (a tooth-colored filling)
• An onlay (a tooth-colored filling)
Through the use of new materials and techniques, the color, shape, and texture of teeth can now be changed and strengthened for restorative purposes. This can be achieved with minimal damage to the tooth surfaces or the surrounding tissue, and while maintaining or improving esthetic quality.
While esthetic dentistry is certainly optional, it should not be viewed as a frivolous indulgence. Improving one’s appearance can boost self-confidence and improve quality of life. Patients usually feel renewed and attractive after an esthetic dentistry procedure. And while some patients tend to hide their mouths before the procedure, they typically leave the dental office with a huge smile on their face.
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