What You Should Know About Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Have you found yourself hindering from smile as big as you can in front of a crowd because of missing teeth, discolored teeth, uneven teeth or chipped teeth?  Are you self-conscious or feeling dissatisfied with how your teeth look like? No problem, we are here to help you with the power of cosmetic dentistry.

Enhancing the appearance of your smile has never been easier.

Teeth Whitening

Over time, our teeth are stained by the consumption of coffee, ineffective oral hygiene or even smoking. Through the combination of light and gentle heat to activate the whitening gel to minimize teeth sensitivity. With the availability of take-home kits, prolonging the whitening effect to maximize and enhance the treatment benefits has never been easier.

Teeth whitening procedures are simple, affordable and most effective route for improving the shade of your teeth.

  • Dental Veneers

Veneers are custom-designed and tooth-colored resin or porcelain material that cover the front of your teeth to alter the look of chipped, yellowed and misshaped teeth into the teeth that you desire. They provide a natural-looking appearance and are stain resistant (porcelain). The color of the veneer will be matching with the adjacent teeth. Gum tissue is likely to tolerate the presence of porcelain quite well. Veneer can even mask certain misalignment, unevenness, gaps or discolorations.

  • Dental Crown

Unlike Veneer, crown provides a full coverage of the tooth. Being one of the most common dental treatments to restore a tooth to its optimal size and shape. A crown is a fixed prosthetic restoration that fixed onto the tooth. Its purposes are to fully covers the damaged portion of a tooth, such as cracks and extensive decay. After being cemented into its place, a crown protects potential compromised or damaged teeth and preventing cracked teeth from further breaking apart as well as altering the appearance of a misaligned tooth.

  • Dental Implants

If you’re missing a few teeth, then considering dental implants that can restore the functionality and appearance of your teeth. Over the course of months, your bone fuses together with the implant. A crown will then placed on top of the implant after 4-6 months of healing process, leading to your renewed smile.