Cosmetic dentistry: What’s in a smile? More than you realize! Your pearly whites (or not-so-pearly whites) allow you to express your emotions, whether revealed in a smile or flashed in a laugh. Your teeth are an important element of your appearance, and of your self-image too. If you find yourself, subconsciously or otherwise, covering your mouth when you laugh or returning a big warm grin with a close-lipped smile, chances are you’re a candidate for cosmetic dentistry.
The latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry could give you a brand new movie star smile (Julia Roberts, eat your heart out). Cosmetic dentistry also allows you to correct minor imperfections. So, whether you’re going for a complete overhaul or a little touch-up, there’s a cosmetic solution for you. Here are a few of the services falling under cosmetic dentistry:
- Teeth Whitening – Whether through home bleaching or chair-side (i.e. ZOOM), whitening can remove years of stains, giving you a brighter and more youthful smile.
- Caps and Crowns – Caps and crowns are artificial teeth that fit over your natural teeth, correcting chips, cracks or discoloration.
- Veneers – Dental veneers are thin layers of porcelain or a composite that go over your natural teeth. Often providing the most dramatic change of all these cosmetic options, veneers can correct discolored, misplaced, irregular, chipped or cracked teeth easily.
- Invisalign – The days of clunky metal braces are over. These removable clear trays fit over your teeth, moving them into proper position.
If you’re interested in learning how cosmetic dentistry can give you a new, natural-looking smile, call our office at 323-771-7254 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation! We’d love nothing more than to help you discover a confidence in your smile that you’ve never known before.
By Ladan Zinati D.D.S.
P.S. If you have any friends or family members who you feel could use our services, please don’t hesitate to have them call us. We’ll be sure to take good care of them.
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Cosmetic Dentistry can lend itself to that model of care. You can fly in and within a few days head back home with a new smile. Don’t let just anyone try their hand at improving your smile. While cosmetic dentistry done correctly is safe, effective, and long lasting, when performed incorrectly, any dental procedure can cause problems. Be bold about interviewing your dentist.