Are you embarrassed by stained, chipped, or decayed teeth? You can have a stunning smile without needing complex dental work. You have more options than ever before to address common aesthetic flaws, so there’s a solution to fit your needs and budget. Here are 3 minimally invasive ways you can revamp your pearly whites with cosmetic dentistry.
The Benefits of Attractive Teeth
The benefits of a beautiful smile are priceless. Not only does the appearance of your teeth affect your self-esteem, but it also influences the first impression you give. A person with attractive teeth is viewed as youthful, intelligent, and successful. Cosmetic dentistry is an investment in your confidence and quality of life. Enhancing your smile can lead to new career opportunities by improving your professional image.
Common Cosmetic Procedures
There are many options to improve your smile. Your cosmetic dentist will examine your mouth and learn more about your goals to determine which procedures are right for you, like:
A Lumineer is a thin shell that’s applied to the front side of a tooth to improve its color, size, and shape. Bonding them to the teeth visible when smiling corrects many imperfections simultaneously, including discoloration, chips, and gaps. They offer many of the same benefits as veneers, but you don’t have to alter your teeth. You will achieve natural-looking results using a quick simple, procedure.
- Dental Bonding
Dental bonding offers a lot of bang for your buck because you can have noticeable results in a single appointment. A cosmetic resin is shaded to the color of enamel to blend in with the tooth when used to fix minor issues, like decay, exposed roots, or fractures. Your results can last for many years with the proper aftercare, like brushing and flossing.
- Metal-Free Dental Restorations
Metal crowns and other restorations are durable, but they stick out like a sore thumb. All-ceramic materials make strong, natural-looking crowns. Although they are metal-free, they can thrive for 10 years or more with the correct maintenance. Only a trained dental professional will know it is not a natural tooth.
It’s never too late to invest in yourself by transforming your teeth. You don’t have to undergo invasive procedures or require a complex treatment plan. Your cosmetic dentist will create a personalized strategy to give you a smile to be proud of.
About Dr. Travis Rottman
Dr. Rottman achieved his dental degree from the Texas A&M Baylor College of Dentistry and has regularly pursued continuing education in various specialties, including oral conscious sedation, laser dentistry, and cosmetic dentistry. He embraces the latest technologies and techniques to provide up-to-date services. Request an appointment online or call (469) 757-9942 to see if cosmetic dentistry is right for you.