Fillmore Dental Spa
Dental Treatment Options
Dentists can fix teeth that are discolored crooked, unevenly spaced, too long or too short, or worn down. Here are sortie popular treatment options:
•Tooth-colored fillings: Your dentist can restore teeth that have cavities with natural-looking composites, such as resins or use porcelain inlays to make them more colorful. Some people want their restored smile go look like the way they looked before a filling was put into it!
•Tooth Whitening: Tooth whitening is a great way to get your teeth whiter. The bleach used for in-office (chairside) bleaching can be stronger than at home kits, so it's important that you're comfortable with this type of treatment before going through with any procedure. Your dentist will recommend the option best suited towards who needs help bringing out their smile!
• Orthodontics Orthodontics are used to treat a malocclusion ("bad bite"), to straighten teeth, and to correct jaw alignment.
You may be familiar with traditional metal braces. These can now come in a variety of colors and materials, from the least-noticeable brackets that are clear or tooth colored to other styles such as invisiligns (invisiblebrace) which feature transparent resin technology on top of normal bracketing for maximum comfort when wearing them throughout your entire waking day.
Another type of orthodontic treatment uses a series of clear, removable aligners to move your teeth over time. These lightweight and compact appliances are more discreet than traditional braces which can be uncomfortable for some patients with sensitive gums or existing dental alignment issues such as misalignment in the jawline region. Prices vary depending on what you choose but they offer shorter treatments compared to straightening procedures done at an office visit where every tooth has been examined before commencing work so price will depend largely upon length desired (longer term plans take longer). Aligners should only be considered if another option is not available because this approach does require specialised knowledge about how each individual's mouth works; talk again
• Crown Lengthening: Crown lengthening is a wonderful way to make your teeth look longer. If you have gums that extend onto the front surface of them, then this can cause problems like "gummy" smiles or making things seem smaller than they actually are! The dentist removes some gum tissue and bone around each tooth so its appearance will be more aesthetically pleasing for people in general - not just those who want it shortened because thats personal preference alone
• Enamel Shaping: Your teeth are a constantly evolving work of art, and with every new experience comes new possibilities. If your smile could benefit from some fine-tuning to make it more aesthetically pleasing for you or someone else who might see it; then consider tooth shaping! Your dentist can contour the outer layer (enamel) on any number of our patients' crowded/uneven teeth in order achieve better aesthetics when they're too long as well as correcting other issues such has misaligned bite that happens during childhood years without braces.
• Veneers: Veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that can be bonded to the front of your teeth. They provide a custom look and feel like natural dentition with their ceramic or composite resin composition which looks great in any smile! You'll need some space from one or more neighboring teeth before installing veneers so they fit properly - this is necessary for every patient but minor work when compared side by sides next door neighbor vs monster gap between two competing residents here at Fillmore Dental
Now is your chance to get the smile of your dreams. Talk to your dentist if you:
• Hide your smile and do not let others see your teeth and gums.
• Worry your teeth will become worse with age. • Avoid treatment because of the cost or inconvenience.