Beautify your smile with cosmetic dentistry
Having the perfect smile is what many of us long for. However, factors such as our everyday routine, food habits, oral hygiene, heredity, and a few others affect the aesthetics of our smile to a large extent and deny us the smile that
we always wanted. But, the advancements in the field of dentistry have brought so much to the table that no matter how out of shape, discolored, and aesthetically displeasing your smile looks, it can be given a totally new makeover.
Are you embarrassed by malocclusion? Orthodontic solutions are the ones for you!
Malocclusion or crooked teeth is one of the most common oral problems that people all over the world complain of. Issues such as open bite, closed bite, crossbite, underbite, overbite, etc. can not only ruin your smile but also alter the shape of the jaws and face as a whole. Braces have been used to treat malocclusion for a long time now, but their metallic nature and the potential to harm the patient’s mouth called for a better solution.
Invisalign is a clear aligner made from transparent dental grade plastic. It is custom fabricated to suit the needs of individual patients and fits perfectly on the teeth. It is metal-free, biocompatible and virtually undetectable, making it the most sought-after orthodontic system at present.
Looking to get rid of teeth discoloration?
Let’s be frank, discolored teeth are a huge letdown. There are several factors that could cause it, such as improper brushing, eating a lot of colored foods, heredity, etc. Discoloration and staining can be removed using whitening techniques such as In-office whitening, custom-tray whitening, and laser whitening. Though it can be done at home by the patient him/herself, it is best to get it done by a professional dentist as it provides amazing results. In case the whitening doesn’t yield the desired results, veneers or crowns can be used to change the color of the teeth.
Have your missing teeth restored in the best way possible
Missing teeth can be disadvantageous from both the visual and the functional point of view. The chewing and biting ability would be disrupted, the remaining teeth could drift from their positions, and worst of all, you could become the laughing stock among your closed ones. If you have just a few missing teeth, dental bridges or implants would be the ideal restorative
solution for you. However, if the number of missing teeth is more, then partial or complete dentures would be the better option.
Convenience at its best with the latest technology
Earlier, even adults used to refrain from going to the dentist, let alone children. The main reason for this was the misconception that it would be
highly painful. Also, some procedures used to be so hectic that the patient had to visit the dentist multiple times for consultations. But now, most cosmetic procedures, such as fillings, whitening, crowns, veneers, etc. are completed on the same day of the initial visit with advanced technologies. To make sure the patient relaxes during the procedures and doesn’t feel any pain, relaxants, and anesthesia can be administered.
Maintaining proper oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly is the key to getting a beautiful smile. But if you still feel your smile is lacking something, get in touch with our dentists and we can discuss what’s best for you and give your smile a new makeover!