My intense love for candy, cakes, and everything in between started as a child. I simply couldn't go one day without something sweet to eat. But my love for all things sweet took a toll on my teeth. My dentist diagnosed me with seven cavities, each one a different size and depth. After sitting through four long dental appointments, I decided to make a change. I now monitor my diet and only eat things that benefit my oral health. I'm here to help you take better care of your teeth. My blog offers tips on how to improve your diet, maintain good oral hygiene, and many other topics. Hopefully, you can learn to overcome your bad habits just as I did. Good luck with your future dental health.
Is your smile these days looking a little worse for the wear? Whether you've picked up a few cavities, acquired a bit of a stain, or even lost some teeth, chances are you would benefit from some cosmetic dentistry. A good cosmetic dentist can patch up some of the visual problems with your smile, allowing you to speak to others or pose for photos with improved confidence. Here are just some of the ways that a cosmetic dentist might be able to help you.
It's possible to whiten your teeth a bit with the right toothpaste or another over-the-counter option, but if you are looking for a faster or more effective choice, a cosmetic dentist may be able to help. Attend a series of whitening appointments over a couple of weeks or months, and you will notice a significant improvement in the color your smile. Whitening appointments are easy enough that they can be conducted in an hour or less and get you back out there to enjoy the rest of your day.
If whitening is not getting the job done effectively enough for you or if your teeth have other visual problems such as an obvious chip or something else that causes your tooth to look misshapen, a dental veneer is an effective solution. A veneer is a shell that can be attached over your tooth, permanently hiding the decay or other visual problem that lies underneath. It can make a misshapen or discolored tooth look like it's normal and healthy again.
What if the reason your smile has declined is not because of any discoloration or misshapen teeth but because you've lost some of your teeth entirely? If you don't enjoy smiling for pictures because of a visible gap in your teeth, a dental implant could be exactly what you need. Today's dental implants are crafted from porcelain or other high-quality materials that can closely mimic the look of natural teeth. It's unlikely anyone will notice that you've had work done unless you tell them.
If you've let your dental health suffer in recent years, chances are your teeth might not be looking so great these days. While your first course of action should be to improve your oral care routine in order to turn thing around and restore your mouth to a good place from a health perspective, it's understandable if you'd like to achieve a visual restoration as well. A cosmetic dentist can do everything from fixing discoloration to providing a complete replacement for a missing tooth. Contact a cosmetic dentist near you today for more information.Share