Smile Makeover

A smile makeover is a way to invest in yourself by investing in your smile. It improves your smile by whitening, brightening, and straightening your teeth.

The Elements of the Smile Makeover

A smile makeover is different for every patient.
That's why a great cosmetic dentist can tailor your smile makeover to address the issues that bother you.

1. Whitening

For many people, it’s as simple as a good, professional whitening job. Dentists are able to use stronger, and more effective methods to whiten than you’d get over-the-counter.

The key to good whitening is not to go too white. But to create a natural and pleasing color for your teeth.

2. Bonding

If you have chipped teeth, bonding is a great way to save the tooth and make it look whole again. The dentist uses a super strong resin cement to recreate the missing enamel.

The resin creates a firm bond with your tooth so it’s stable and safe. And it’s color matched so that it blends right in with the rest of your teeth.

3. Braces/Invisalign

Problems with alignment used to mean you wore wire braces for several years. And braces are sometimes necessary if you have severe issues with teeth placement. But usually, a set of Invisalign trays does the trick.

Each set of trays is specially-made to fit your teeth. They are nearly invisible, making them more discrete than braces. And they’re more comfortable than bulky, wire braces.

Plus, with Invisalign, you can take them out to eat and clean your teeth. And they often work faster than braces. Invisalign usually corrects teeth alignment in about 12 months or half the time of braces.

4. Veneers

Dental veneers can correct almost any tooth problem you’ve got. Like other methods, veneers are custom-made for your teeth. The dentist makes veneers from a very thin, strong layer of porcelain.

The porcelain sits over the front of your existing teeth and the dentist bonds it into place. Veneers can reshape a tooth that’s too small or too large. And can cover up chipped or worn down teeth.

5. Implants
If you have one or more missing teeth, dental implants are the way to go. With an implant, the dentist places a titanium post into your jaw where the root of the missing tooth was. On top of the post, they bond a custom-made crown.

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