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Dental Treatments That Make A Big Difference To Your Beautiful Smile



A visit to the dentist’s clinic is a nightmare, but we can’t walk around in pain either. Cavity and pain are the only reasons you would make the effort to see a dentist, but there are several other procedures that can fix your smile. These dental treatments are at the top of list:

 

Teeth Whitening: It is one of the secrets to a perfect smile. There are different ways to whitening your teeth—toothpastes, over-the-counter gels, rinses, strips, and trays, but you can also remove food, beverage, and smoking stains with laser teeth whitening and a mixture of baking soda and lemon juice.

 

Smile Designing: Snapchat and Instagram have us showing off our best side. If you are unhappy with your smile, the dentist will recommend different techniques for a super model look. The dentist would use cosmetic methods such as whitening, bonding, enamel shaping, dental implants, gum contouring, crowns, and veneers, to nail the perfect look.

 

Gap Closure: There are three common reasons you would develop gap teeth—periodontal disease, thumb sucking, and wrong swallowing reflex. It can be fixed with the help of braces, retainers, dentures, implants, bonding, crowns, veneers or teeth gap bands. Or you can channel Madonna, Chris Martin, Elton John, Zac Efron, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Seal, and flaunt the gap.

 

Dental Implants: This is an expensive procedure, but it secures the artificial teeth in place. Dental implants are metal frames that are surgically fitted to the jaw, through the gums. The metal frames provide support to mount replacement teeth.

 

Veneers & Crowns: When your teeth are cracked, broken or damaged, the dentist will place a cap or crown over the teeth. If the teeth are decaying, stained, or has a gap, veneers (ceramic or resin material) are bonded to the teeth to give you a perfect set of teeth.

 

Tooth Colored Filling: Back in the day, a cavity was filled with silver kind of metal. Fast forward today, a cavity is filled with tooth-like material made from resins and porcelains. This material reacts like natural teeth, looks like it, and it is safe.

 

Root Canal: This dreaded treatment protects your teeth from infection and extraction. Root canal helps to chew efficiently, ensures normal biting force and sensation, enhances your natural appearance, and protects other teeth from excessive wear or strain.

 

Fractured Tooth: You know your tooth is going to crack when you sense an erratic pain while chewing or pain when your tooth is exposed to temperature extremes. This is when the dentist can save your tooth. The treatment for fractured tooth depends on the types—crazy lines, fractured cusp, cracked tooth, split tooth, and vertical root fracture.

 

Missing Tooth: There are multiple ways to lose your tooth—the common ones are in a fight or an accident, but it can be restored. The dentist will recommend options such as tooth-supported fixed bridge, removable partial dentures, resin-bonded bridge, removable partial denture, and removable complete denture.

 

Oral Prophylaxis: This method should be done on a regular basis and doesn’t hurt one bit. The dentist will clean your teeth from tartar, plaque, stains, and cleans your gums too. This procedure will save you from painful tooth extraction or any drilling in the future.

 

Immediate dentures: When the dentist extracts the teeth and fits it with complete or partial dentures on the same day, it is called immediate denture. It is the best to replicate the color of the teeth, shape, and arrangement. It also acts as a healing agent that protects the tissues and reduces bleeding. Immediate dentures also establish your speech pattern.

 

 

 


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