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Evaluating Your Smile

Have you recently taken a close look at your smile and face? Do they make you feel happy, confident or does anything need to change about them for that matter. If so then cosmetic dentistry is right up your alley! The following questions will help identify any flaws in the way that I see it currently.

• When you look in the mirror, do you like the way your teeth look? • What don't you like? • Do you dislike the color of any of your teeth? • Are there spaces between your teeth? Have they been there long? Are they getting bigger? • Do you have any chips or cracks on your teeth? • Are you missing any teeth? For how long? • Do you have any crooked teeth? • Do you feel your teeth are too long? Too short? • Are you pleased with the shapes and position of your teeth? 

Cosmetic dentistry has made great gains in the past 25 years. Today, there are many options for solving cosmetic dental problems and restoring your natural-looking teeth with a smile you'll love!

The latest innovations that offer solutions to people seeking jawline enhancement or an attractive look within their mouth have created more opportunities than ever before. From porcelain veneers which can hide stains on tooth enamel by letting them blend into one another seamlessly; composites used as substitutes of missing bone htm 216vc#hmg;"

If you don't like the shape of your teeth, their contours can be changed for a more pleasing appearance. If color is too dark and stains are ruining them all over again or if chips cracks fractures need repairing then it's time to get some dental work done! Dentists use bonding material which bonds two pieces together using strong adhesive to prevent separation during healing; veneers come in many forms such as porcelain capped with resin cements on top so people suffering from misalignedissues will never notice when going out into public again

Invisible braces are a great option for those with cosmetic concerns who want to hide their teeth while also making sure they're straight. These invisible metal brackets can be placed on the back side of your smile, so there's no one in front seeing it! In some cases, you might not even need traditional braces at all - just clear plastic removable mouthpiece-like aligners like we see here today 

Because these new methods and materials allow us more natural looking pearly whites (and less pain), now is an excellent time as ever to get dental care if needed before bedtime or after lunch break from work

Options include:

Veneers — thin custom-made shells that are designed to cover the front side of teeth. Made of tooth-colored materials, veneers are used to treat spaces between teeth and teeth that are permanently stained, poorly shaped or slightly crooked. They may also cover teeth that are chipped or worn. 

Tooth Whitening — also called bleaching — is a procedure that brightens teeth that are discolored, stained, or have been darkened beccause of injury. It can be performed on living teeth or teeth that have had root canal treatment. 

Bonding — a cosmetic procedure that can improve the appearance of teeth that are chipped, broken, cracked, stained, or have spaces between them. With bonding, tooth-colored materials are attached, or bonded, to a tooth surface. The process can improve unsightly stains from coffee, tea, tobacco or certain childhood medications; front-tooth spaces; and accident-induced cracks or chips. Bonding also is used to protect exposed tooth roots that result from gum recession and to fill small cavities. Bonding usually lasts from three to five years.

Enamel Shaping — a process of shaping, or contouring natural teeth to improve their overall appearance. When teeth are slightly crowded or uneven, or when eye teeth appear too long, enamel shaping may be used to correct the flaw. 

More and more people are looking for a way to improve their teeth, but they have no idea where or how. Dental care has come so far in recent years that there is help out on the market whether you're going through braces or just want some tips from your dentist about what's best for yourself as an individual!

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