The Most Common Aesthetic Dental Problems
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The Most Common Aesthetic Dental Problems

The Most Common Aesthetic Dental Problems

If you have smiled at the mirror and found some problems reflected there, your worries are not exclusive. A number of dental patients are seen by dentists to address aesthetic concerns regarding their smiles. Fortunately, there are treatment options available and our dental team can provide the high-quality, necessary cosmetic dental experience for patients.

Here are the following cosmetic dentistry options:

Straightening Teeth

If your teeth are misaligned, or crowded, a straightening treatment is available. This includes Invisalign orthodontic treatment. The misaligned teeth can also be covered using customized porcelain veneers. This will effectively resurface the contours of your smile.

Teeth Whitening

You may be worried about the slight discoloration or stains affecting your teeth. There are options available that will improve the appearance of natural enamel. Professional teeth whitening treatments are the first option, but if these are not effective, then the affected teeth can be covered using porcelain veneers. If one or two teeth require lightening, dental bonding can be provided.

Teeth Replacement

Patients affected by tooth loss can recover strong, healthy, and complete smiles through dental implant treatment. Each implant has a titanium, which replaces the natural tooth root. This is grounded and inserted into the patient’s jawbone. The titanium root is then capped with an abutment and customized restoration.

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