Do you have a special event coming up? Perhaps a wedding, graduation, milestone birthday, anniversary, or reunion? These celebrations usually involve a lot of photographs and, of course, you want to look pleasing. You may not have time to lose 20 pounds, but you can significantly transform your smile with cosmetic dentistry.
Here are five cosmetic dental procedures that can usually be handled in one office visit.
Porcelain veneers have been a popular treatment for decades but we never fail to be amazed by the terrific results they grant. A veneer is a super-thin layer of porcelain bonded permanently to the tooth. A veneer can cover a chip, hide a crack, make discoloration disappear, or repair a misshapen tooth.
2. Gum Contouring
Perhaps your teeth are beautiful and healthy but you have a gumline that is too low or too high and detracts from the presentation. Gum contouring can reshape the gumline and beautify your smile. Book a consultation with Dr. West today for a thorough examination and skilled counsel regarding your gumline.
3. Enamel Shaping
Just one slightly misshapen tooth can downgrade the features of a smile even if all the other teeth have a winning appearance. (Your mouth is no place for a sore thumb, right?) Let Dr. West reshape the tooth so it blends in seamlessly.
Dental bonding just gets better and better as additional cutting-edge materials are developed. Bonding is used in a multitude of applications to correct teeth with cosmetic and structural problems. The newest prep methods are minimally invasive – leaving you with more of your own tooth structure.
5. Teeth Whitening
Make your smile pop with professional in-office teeth whitening. There is nothing like an outstanding white smile to give you ultimate confidence.
Cosmetic dentistry is an investment that will bless you with increased self-assurance every day. We look forward to getting your smile ready for all those hugs, laughs, and, of course, pictures.
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