3 Secrets From A Cosmetic Dentist

Cosmetic_DentistCosmetic dentistry is a profession that few people seem to know about, and yet, everyone should want an opinion. If you’ve never visited this type of dentist or inquired about how they could help make your smile function and look better, then you’ve been missing out on some vital information. Read on and learn three ways in which partnering with a cosmetic dentist for your oral health needs can also improve your appearance.

3 Secrets From A Cosmetic Dentist: Ways To Feel AND Look Better

  1. Teeth whitening performed in a cosmetic dentist’s office really does work faster. It’s not that over-the-counter or take-home products from the dental office don’t work. They do, but in-office treatments use a whitening compound that is far more concentrated than what is available otherwise. The net result? Terrific whitening power for a fraction of the time investment that at-home methods require.
  2. Porcelain veneers are the “fast lane” method to a more beautiful smile. Veneers can make a dramatic difference in the appearance of teeth that have minor problems with shape, shade or rotation. Your cosmetic dentist only has to remove a small amount of tooth structure in order to apply them, and you can begin enjoying the improvement in your appearance almost immediately!
  3. Laser gum reshaping is another quick, effective method for improving the appearance of your smile. If your teeth are basically healthy and pleasant in appearance, it might be an excess amount of gum tissue that is keeping your smile from looking its best. A cosmetic dentist can even out a “gummy” smile with a laser reshaping treatment. It is like changing the frame on a photograph or painting – sometimes changing what surrounds your beautiful smile makes all the difference!

“Cosmetic dentists are concerned not just with the way your teeth and gums function, but also how they look and how they make you feel,” says Dr. Carol Ford, a cosmetic dentist with a practice in central Phoenix. “Our profession is concerned about the health and the wellbeing of all of our patients.”

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