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What Your Cosmetic Dentist Can Do For You

What Your Cosmetic Dentist Can Do For YouDo you have a cracked or fractured tooth that glares when you smile? Is your smile so yellow that you are self-conscious about how it looks? These are just some examples of common problems that your cosmetic dentist can help you with. Cosmetic dentistry has come a long way and the cost has greatly decreased over the years. Here are some common problems that visiting your dentist  can resolve.

Fractured/Cracked Tooth: Sometimes we are in traumatic accidents and other times we just bite too hard on a nut. Whatever the reason for a fractured tooth, your cosmetic dentist can help by creating cosmetic fillings, porcelain veneers, or dental crowns, depending on the extent of the damage.

Stained Teeth: What we drink and eat can cause our teeth to stain. These stains are often able to be cleaned or bleached; however, there are some stains that are more severe than others and will need the help of a cosmetic dental professional in order to properly remove and finish with the correct results. Stains due to fluorosis or tetracycline will often need professional teeth whitening as well as porcelain veneers in order get the results you are looking for.

Crooked and Small Teeth: Your esthetic dentist can help re-design your smile. If you have lived with crooked, crowded, or small teeth and you don’t like your smile, you may be a candidate for a smile makeover that won’t require braces. Using porcelain veneers and gum contouring, your dentist can create the smile you’ve always wanted with out the hassle of those metal brackets. Be sure to talk to your doctor about your smile and what is possible.

These are just some of the possibilities of cosmetic dentistry. Be sure to choose a dentist with experience for the best results. Just think, you could be only a few months from having the smile you will feel confident about.

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