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Improve the aesthetics
Patients who have worn-out, severely stained, or cracked teeth frequently come to us with complaints. The good news is that there are numerous ways to solve these issues. Our cosmetic dentists can assist you whether you need a few minor adjustments or a complete makeover because cosmetic dentistry has advanced significantly.
Veneers & Smile Design
Veneers are a popular solution for people who are unhappy with their smile. A veneer, which is a strong, exceedingly thin shell of porcelain bonded on top of the tooth, can be used to fix teeth that are discoloured, chipped, or have an uneven form. Our cosmetic dentists can correct certain crowded teeth or fill up spaces between teeth with veneers.
To restore the natural beauty, health, and functionality of our patients’ smiles, we occasionally need to perform a mix of cosmetic dental procedures. Although it can appear complicated, our dentists and specialists regularly transform smiles. Veneers, crowns, onlays, composite bonding, or teeth whitening are just a few options for smile makeovers. Each is specifically created to give your smile a natural appearance and feel.
For some folks, the issue is with their gums rather than their teeth. Many people frequently lose their confidence to smile if their gums protrude too far from their teeth (a “gummy smile”) or if they do so with an excessively high gum line. Gum contouring or reshaping is a procedure that our dentists and periodontists (gum specialists) can do to enhance the overall looks of a smile. This process is quick and largely painless thanks to laser technology.
A perfect white smile is adored by all. One of the most seductive traits somebody might possess. Because of this, an increasing number of people go for teeth whitening operations to improve their smiles and self-confidence. Professional teeth whitening at the dentist is excellent, safe, and offers painless or minimally unpleasant effects.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
In order to restore the normal function, health, and beauty of their smiles, patients who have undergone a full mouth rehabilitation typically undergo a number of cosmetic and restorative operations. Patients who have a significant number of badly damaged or missing teeth, extensive periodontal or gum disease, or both often have this procedure done. For the gums, jaws, muscles, and teeth to be in the proper connection, our professionals may use a range of procedures, including dental implants, bridges, root canals, veneers, and crowns.