Aesthetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry refers to dental treatments that are designed to enhance the smile and correct chipped, cracked, discolored, and unevenly spaced teeth. From porcelain veneers to tooth-colored fillings, patients can choose from a variety of dental solutions to restore the health and vitality of their smile.

Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures
Aesthetic dental treatments can be performed to correct everything from minor flaws in the smile to severe tooth discoloration, missing teeth, and uneven spacing between teeth. The following is a list of common aesthetic dentistry options:
Nowadays, as a result of the increasing demand of our patients, Aesthetic Dentistry practices increases accordingly.
For now, Porcelain Laminate Veeners, dental bleeching and Zirconia Porcelaine, which are the most up-to-date aesthetic dentistry practices, are being executed. Gingiva is one of the most important criteria while smiling.
In case the extreme look of gingiva or asymmetrical gingiva levels exist in this area called pink aesthetic, it's impossible to talk about an aesthetic dentistry unless correcting these conditions.
It’s possible to correct the extreme look of gingiva or asymmetrical gingiva levels with Aesthetic Plastic Gingiva Surgery which is one of the Aesthetic Dentistry practice. Results beyond expectation can be obtained with Porcelaine Laminate Veener or Zirconia Porcelaines without a metal backing which is applied later.
In Aesthetic Dentistry practices, the clinical photos and dental models of our patients are taken before the start of the procedure in order to better evaluate the patient. By working on these photos and the dental model of the individual the gingiva levels, teeth levels, intercompatibility and compatibility with face is evaluated and necessary operations are executed. Then, intended aesthetical interventions are performed on these models. Thus the patient will see how his/her teeth will look like at the end of the procedure before the procedure starts. With this practice called Diagnostic Wax-Up, issues such as the extent of intervention needed for which teeth and the way to correct the gingiva is determined by also getting our patients opinion.
Dental bonding, also known as composite or tooth bonding, is an excellent way to fix cosmetic and structural imperfections in the teeth. It can repair cracked, chipped, and discolored teeth. Cosmetic bonding can also repair misaligned teeth, providing a straighter, more uniform smile.
Are You a Candidate for Treatment?
If you are seeking a cosmetic dentistry treatment that will improve the appearance of your smile, but do not want to undergo extensive dental work, bonding may be the right treatment for you. The majority of patients choose to have treatment to close spaces between the teeth, mask patches of dark or light stains on the teeth, and to repair cracks in the teeth.
The Procedure
The procedure involves several steps. First, the dentist roughens the existing tooth so the resin will adhere properly. Next, the composite resin is carefully applied to the tooth, shaped, and smoothed to achieve the desired look. It is then quickly hardened via a high intensity light. Lastly, the bonded tooth is buffed and polished so it has the same appearance as the surrounding teeth
Benefits and Risks
Tooth bonding offers several benefits for patients. It is quick, affordable, relatively painless, and long lasting. It is also a great alternative to more extensive cosmetic dentistry treatment with porcelain veneers and dental crowns. Additionally, the composite resin used in the procedure is very flexible; it expands and contracts with the natural tooth to prevent cracks and tooth loss. The treatment is an excellent option for individuals looking to repair imperfections in their smile.
Although the risk of major complications after treatment is minimal, patients may develop dental decay, an infection, or an allergy to the materials or anesthetic used during treatment. Additionally, patients should be aware that the dental bonding material will begin to wear after a few years; eventually, the procedure will need to be redone.
Teeth Whitening
Whether you feel self-conscious because you have yellowed teeth or you just want to look your best, teeth whitening is a quick and effective way to brighten your smile and gain increased confidence in your appearance. Tooth whitening, a cosmetic dentistry treatment, eliminates discoloration and stains on the teeth, and brightens the natural pigmentation of the teeth. If you are interested in revitalizing your smile, there are both professional and at-home treatments available. Regardless of which treatment option you choose, you can expect your teeth to be noticeably brighter after treatment.
While there are a number of over-the-counter methods available, you should consider consulting with an experienced dental professional if you are considering whitening your teeth; he or she can recommend the most effective treatment for you and educate you on the risks, benefits, and cost of treatment. View our gallery of teeth whitening patients, or read on to learn more about procedure and the cost of treatment.

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