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Over the years, your teeth begin to lose their brilliance as they yellow, develop permanent stains, chip, break, and become decayed. For some people, it only takes one of these scenarios to happen, and suddenly, their confidence is destroyed. Options are available at the dental office to remedy this situation.
Creating Straighter Smiles Enhanced by Cosmetic Dentistry - Invisalign®
When your teeth are crooked, it's difficult to look at someone else's smile. In fact, it is often difficult to enjoy life fully, simply because you feel self-conscious about your teeth. If metal braces are keeping you away from the life you want, it's probably time to consider the fact that dentists can create new smiles enhanced by cosmetic dentistry procedures. Invisalign® is one of the newest ways to straighten your teeth using clear aligners that are nearly invisible to the naked eye.
Creating Even Smiles Enhanced by Cosmetic Dentistry - Porcelain Veneers
Did you know that today's veneers are thin and can be matched to your existing tooth color? If you are in need of a makeover for your teeth, you should find yourself a dentist who creates fresh smiles enhanced by cosmetic dentistry procedures that include veneers. This is a minimally invasive process that restores the beauty of your smile.
Creating Happy Smiles Enhanced by Cosmetic Dentistry - Porcelain Crowns
If the appearance of your teeth is keeping you from laughing, talking, or smiling, it might be time to call a general dentist. Why not consider the benefit of getting porcelain crowns to restore your confidence in your smile. Porcelain crowns can change the appearance of damaged teeth, while also renewing their strength and durability.
Creating Fuller Smiles Enhanced by Cosmetic Dentistry - Dental Implants
When you are missing a tooth, it becomes difficult to smile. Unless, you seek the services of a dentist who provides new smiles enhanced by cosmetic dentistry procedures such as dental implants.
Although you might have heard of laser dental treatments, you may remain somewhat confused about exactly what laser dental treatments involves. To complicate matters, the role of the laser will differ depending on the form of laser dental treatments being offered. While the American Dental Association has stated that they are merely 'cautiously optimistic' about dental laser technology, many dentists believe that it can be a huge asset to practitioners and patients alike. This brief guide will help you to understand the role of laser dental treatments in treating a wide range of oral health problems.
The narrow, intense beam of light that comes from a laser instrument can be used to cut or to vaporize tissue. For example, if your dentist discovers that you are suffering from moderate to serious tooth decay, you might be offered a solution that utilizes laser dental treatments; lasers can be used to remove the decay that is inside your tooth. Similarly, if you need root canal treatment due to a deep infection, laser dental treatments provides a way of removing bacteria (as the concentrated heat will eliminate it). Lasers can also be used to alter the shapes of the gums if you are have gum disease.
If you are having a filling put in, laser dental treatments can harden the filling very effectively and make the bond stronger.
If you often suffer from canker sores, laser dental treatments provides you with a relatively quick and simple way of removing these sores.
Sometimes, wisdom teeth are only partially erupted, creating a tissue flap that leaves you more vulnerable to infection. In such cases, laser dental treatments can expose the partially erupted tooth (or teeth).
Laser dental treatments has enhanced teeth whitening options, as lasers can be used to make the whitening solution work more quickly and effectively. Specifically, some bleaching solutions are activated by the application of lasers.
Oral cancer biopsies
If your dentist is concerned about potentially malignant changes in your mouth, she may suggest laser dental treatments be used to excise a tiny part of the worrying tissue so that it can be examined.
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Dr. Alexander Yeh and Dr. Iyad Al-Qishawi are registered general dentists. They graduated in the same class at the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Dentistry.
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