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5 Most Common Cosmetic Dental Procedures


Posted on 3/30/2020 by McDonald Office
5 Most Common Cosmetic Dental ProceduresIt is said that your smile defines who you are and how the world perceives you. It is therefore no wonder that people go the extra mile in the search for a perfect smile.

With the great advancements in modern day dentistry, the options available for cosmetic dentistry are practically endless. Regardless of your perceived imperfection, modern dentistry has solutions that go far beyond the traditional fix that is braces. Here are a few of the most common cosmetic dental procedures

Teeth Whitening


Tooth discoloration is more widespread than you'd think. More and more people are getting discolored teeth in recent times than before. This is because even with regular brushing and flossing, the dispensation of the teeth is to accumulate dirt. As such, whitening is by far the most common procedure. White teeth are as beautiful as they are memorable. The key to that striking smile lies largely on the color of the teeth.

Dental Implants


These are ideal for individuals who have lost one or more of their teeth because they function as normal teeth. The procedure is done by inserting titanium screws into the gum as anchors. Once the anchors are in place, the crown is then put in. Many believe implants are far superior to dentures because they are permanent. They require no special maintenance or cleaning like dentures.

Dental Veneers


Dental veneers are one of the greatest inventions of our time. Veneers can fix just about any dental problem. Ranging from cracked teeth, chipped teeth, serrated, and misaligned teeth, veneers can make practically any tooth look better. Dental veneers are put in through placement of ceramic over the teeth that need repair. Every veneer is custom made to suit the individual needs of each patient.

Shaping


Teeth come in all shapes and designs. Shaping serves to ensure that all your teeth are symmetrical and beautiful.

Bonding


Bonding works on chipped and stained teeth. A tooth colored material will be placed over the affected tooth and held in place by adhesive. Bonding works wonders on previously damaged teeth serving to restore a beautiful smile.

While the options of cosmetic dental surgery are practically endless, you should always ensure they are done our professionals, such as the in-house dental surgeons we have! Call us today to book a consultation.