Look at the mirror.
Do you like the way your teeth look?
Do not you like the color of any of your teeth?
Is there room between the teeth?
Do you have dental foods when you feed?
Have you lost a tooth?
Do you have crooked teeth?
Do you think the teeth are too long or too short?
Are you satisfied with the shape and position of your teeth?
If your answers show that you want a change in your smile, talk to the dentist about improving the smile.
A big smile can be the most attractive feature of your face. A smile helps you express your health, success, youth and sincerity. It is a great asset to your personal, social, and work relationships. So it’s important to be comfortable with how your smile looks.
Your dentist has many different techniques to form, engrave, and make your smile more beautiful. With a few simple steps, you may have a smile that feels good. And treatment can be more fruitful than you think.
Here are some treatment options:
Color fillings according to tooth shades
Your dentist can use natural coloring materials to restore teeth that have dental damage. Options include composite materials, such as resinous-composite material, as well as inlay, onlays and porcelain crowns produced by the lab.
Teeth change color for many reasons – drinking coffee, tea or wine; smoking; and even aging can darken the tooth color. Tooth whitening is a process that makes the teeth whiter. The whitening used for whitening in the clinic is stronger than bleaching found in bleaching kits in indoor conditions. Keep in mind that everyone’s teeth can not become as white as the model you’ve seen on social media or the Internet. Your dentist may recommend the color change treatment that is right for you.
Veneers are thin, as thin layers of tooth color that are tied, or cemented, to the front of your teeth. They are custom made from composite or ceramic resin and look like natural teeth. Veneers can be used to fill the spaces between the teeth and to cover the teeth that are colored, weak or slightly crooked.
Braces can help in correcting compressed or twisted teeth or in the case of an upper jawbone disadvantage. Braces have become much smaller and less noticeable over the years. Blades like small tablets stick over each tooth at the front, sometimes they can be placed in the back of the tooth to make them less visible. They can be metallic or ceramic in white to be less visible.
Contour of enamel
Your dentist can “reshape” the outer tooth surface by interfering with the tooth enamel by contouring it. When the teeth are slightly crooked or uneven, or when the teeth look too long, your dentist may intervene slightly to improve the appearance of your teeth.
If a tooth needs a greater change than the veneers or the contour of the wreath enamel is a very good option. The outside of the tooth is removed and a crown is placed over it. The crown fits with your other teeth.
The first steps for a new smile
Once you decide to improve your smile, the first step is to visit your dentist. In this visit, you will talk about the best plan for you. If you have any signs of dental disease, your dentist may recommend treatment for this. It is important to have a healthy mouth before you begin cosmetic treatment. These and other treatments can help you have the most natural and attractive teeth. What are you waiting for? Talk to your dentist today about how to make your smile as good as it can be.