Cosmetic dentistry is an excellent option for those who desire a beautiful, shining smile. It is a professional oral treatment focusing on making your teeth look and feel better. And, while cosmetic dentistry is typically considered elective rather than necessary, some treatment instances also give restorative benefits. 

Here’s a rundown of common cosmetic dental procedures. 

  1. Tooth Whitening 

Tooth whitening or bleaching is a popular option for people looking for a quick and easy way to improve their smile. It is a convenient alternative, especially for individuals who want a subtle brightening effect or wish to avoid invasive procedures. While it can be done at home by buying over-the-counter whitening products, it is best to get in-office treatment to achieve better results.  

  1. Dental Bonding 

Dental bonding is an excellent treatment option for patients with extensively discolored or damaged teeth. The substance used for bonding is often the same as that used for white dental fillings. Because this material is moldable, your dentist can mold it to meet your desired ideal, attractive shape. 

  1. Veneers

It is crafted from high-quality medical-grade ceramic, designed to enhance the appearance of your natural teeth. With their remarkably realistic appearance, they offer an effective solution to various cosmetic concerns like misaligned teeth, chipped or worn enamel, or noticeable gaps. It is applied to the front surface of each tooth using a specialized dental adhesive. These custom-made cups seamlessly transform your smile.  

  1. Implants

Dental implants are metal devices that are used to replace lost teeth. It is typically composed of titanium and is surgically implanted inside the jawbone where the missing tooth is located. A dental implant does not only intend to replace the tooth root but can be used to keep artificial teeth such as a crown, bridge, or denture in place. 

  1. Inlays & Onlays

This cosmetic dentistry practice is often called indirect fillings, created in a dental laboratory. They are opted for when a tooth has mild to moderate decay or inadequate tooth structure to sustain a filling. The inlay is directly placed on the tooth surface if there is no damage to the tooth cusps. When the cusp or a larger section of the tooth is damaged, your dentist may use an onlay to cover the whole surface of the tooth. 

  1. Crowns

Crowns, also known as caps, are custom-made tooth-shaped caps to fit over your entire tooth once the dentist has prepared it. They are often constructed of acrylic or porcelain and are bonded to metal to withstand biting pressure. Crowns are often used in cosmetic dentistry to treat teeth that are poorly shaped, badly damaged, cracked, chipped, or have had large fillings and to fix gaps between teeth. They strengthen teeth, restore their shape, and prevent decay. 

  1. Invisalign Braces 

Most people believe that braces are only for children, but many adults can also achieve their desired smile with braces. They aren’t just for looks. This procedure can treat misalignments that cause pain, such as recurrent headaches.  

Whether you want a brighter smile or want to completely redo your entire look, our experts at Bravo! Dental can help you with renewed confidence and a radiant smile that truly stands out.

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