Cosmetic Dentistry Options To Fix Smile Imperfections

 Cosmetic Dentistry Options To Fix Smile Imperfections
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Many people in today’s world feel uncomfortable with their smiles. Things like gaps between teeth, broken, chipped, missing, or misshapen teeth, and even discolored fillings are often attributed to this view. Additionally, aside from just producing an unappealing look, the ailments can make essential everyday tasks like eating challenging to accomplish. Even drinking hot or cold beverages can become nearly impossible as doing so may cause a substantial amount of pain. Ask your doctor about their cosmetic dentistry options to find out what methods are available to you. Our Long Island practice offers surgical and non-surgical procedures that include…

• Porcelain Veneers, Bridges, Or Crowns
• Tooth Bonding Or Whitening
• Inlays/Onlays
• Tooth Colored Filling Replacements
• Cosmetic Gum Recontouring


Attention To Detail Can Make All Of The Difference In The World


Porcelain veneers are anything but created equal. Our on-site lab technicians work closely with the dentists, on one case at a time, which assures that each patient receives high-quality veneers. They take their time to ensure that each strip is shaped and shaded appropriately to meet the client’s specific needs. It is notable to mention that with this cosmetic dentistry option, a layer of enamel must be removed from every tooth receiving a veneer. Once all of these goodies are finished, the wafer-thin porcelain covering is attached to the tooth via a bonding agent. The doctor puts them in the appropriate location to correct bite alignment issues, eliminate gaps, and fix your smile imperfections.


Consider Tooth Bonding To Make Teeth Visually Stunning


There are many ways to repair tooth cracks or blemishes, but a straightforward method, tooth bonding, is often overlooked by patients. An enamel colored resin is applied to the damaged, discolored, or misshapen surface to eliminate the issue. This cosmetic dentistry option is one of the more budget-friendly alternatives available, and the procedure can usually be completed in one visit. Of course, if multiple teeth are involved, other appointments may be necessary. On the downside, the bonding material is not as durable as natural tooth enamel, and it can chip or break off if the patient bites their nails, a pencil, or other hard items. However, by only watching what they do, brushing, flossing, and rinsing appropriately, a person can quickly and easily obtain a gorgeous smile with tooth bonding.

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