Smile Makeover Weston MA
Are you self-conscious or embarrassed about your smile? You may want to consider getting a smile makeover to help you achieve the smile of your dreams. Whether you have broken teeth, tooth discoloration, a crooked smile, or missing teeth, you have a wide range of treatment options available for correcting these types of imperfections.
What is a smile makeover?
When you ask the average person what a smile makeover is, they normally think it is just porcelain veneers. Although porcelain veneers can certainly be a part of makeover, they are far from the only type of cosmetic treatment. In fact, an actual smile makeover involves a combination of dental treatments.
The Smile Makeover: Treatment Options
Your dentist will meet with you in a consultation to develop a custom-made smile makeover plan to help you achieve your individual needs and goals. All oral health issues are first addressed. This ensures that your mouth is healthy enough for cosmetic dentistry. You will then work with your dentist to make a decision on the optimal approach for the correction of your smile.
Your makeover may include a combination of any of the following elements:
Dental veneers are wafer-thin materials. Veneers are placed on the surface of teeth. They straighten, brighten, and strengthen your smile. The veneers can be composed of composite-resin or porcelain.
Professional teeth whitening offers superior results to take-home whitening kits, custom trays and toothpaste. Our gels have a higher concentration of the whitening agent. Additionally, your safety is assured because every step of the treatment is performed and monitored by dental professionals.
Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings
There have been recent advancements in the technology of fillings. Your old fillings can be replaced with tooth-colored fillings made from composite resin, which matches the color of your surrounding teeth. Their white color makes them virtually invisible.
The best solution for missing teeth is dental implants. In short, implants are a fixed type of restoration that are the next best thing to your natural teeth.
In short, your implant is placed in two separate visits. During the first, a titanium screw is placed in your jawbone. Once the bone has fused around this post, an abutment will be attached to it. Finally, a dental crown is placed onto the abutment to serve both functionally and aesthetically as a replacement tooth.
Crowns are used in smile makeovers as well. Since they resemble natural teeth, crown increase teeth length or conceal flaws like chips or cracks.
Are you ready for a smile makeover?