Do you often look at your smile in the mirror and wish you had a better one, which you could flaunt with confidence? Your oral aesthetics speaks a lot about your overall appearance, as your smile is one of the first aspects people observe about you. Skipping routine dental consultations for a long time can make your teeth look quite displeasing, which can be treated using cosmetic dental procedures.
What is a smile makeover?
A smile makeover is an in-depth therapy, including various cosmetic procedures that are mainly intended to enhance the esthetics of your smile. Patients with multiple oral concerns are perfect candidates for a smile makeover. The dentist will conduct a thorough diagnosis and address all oral concerns, allowing you to sport a beautiful smile.
What are the procedures involved?
Teeth whitening: A simple yet effective procedure, teeth whitening is used to get rid of the stains from the surface of the teeth. A whitening gel containing hydrogen peroxide is applied on the teeth and allowed to bleach the enamel before being rinsed off. You will be left with pearly whites, which you would love to show off.
Ceramic restorations: The teeth could undergo damage in the form of cracks, chipping, or fractures. They not only lead to a lot of pain and discomfort but also leave behind an unpleasant smile. We use ceramic restorations like veneers, crowns, and composite bonding to restore the teeth to their ideal function and aesthetics.
Restoring missing teeth: A missing tooth can lead to frequent embarrassment. Patients with missing teeth often feel too conscious of their facial appearance before smiling or talking. Hence, we recommend getting them restored using dental bridges or implants. If you have lost more teeth, you could benefit from dentures.
Fillings: Fillings are a standard procedure used to restore cavity-infected teeth. We use tooth-colored fillings made from dental-grade ceramic or composite resin to restore the teeth. They offer excellent strength, durability, longevity, and look exactly like natural enamel.
Gum contouring: Gum diseases can lead to symptoms such as receding gum line, the decay of soft tissues, redness, bleeding, discharge of pus, etc. If left untreated, they entirely ruin the appearance of the smile and could also lead to jawbone deterioration and tooth loss. We treat gum diseases by removing the decayed tissues, getting rid of the tartar deposits, and grafting healthy tissues to the infected area.
Schedule an appointment online or call us at (770) 458-3600 to consult your dentist at Brightworks Dentistry in Dunwoody, GA. Ask more about smile makeovers to our Dunwoody dentist, we will happy to answer and help.