Are you completely satisfied with your smile? Few people are gifted with a perfect smile, and almost everyone has something that they would like to see improved. If your teeth are chipped, misaligned or discolored, chances are you do not feel completely comfortable smiling, and that is very unfortunate because a smile is a way you greet people – it is how you make that all-important first impression.
Fortunately, there are cosmetic treatments available that can improve almost any smile, and we offer a wide range at King Street Dental Centre, Waterloo & Kitchener. Sometimes, all you need is a whitening treatment. Serious issues may require crowns or dental implants. There is also a full range of treatments that fall somewhere in between.
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Teeth Whitening refers to the process of removing discoloration and stains from your teeth. In this process, the whitening products consist of one of the two teeth bleaches carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide. These bleaches help to make your teeth color less concentrated, and your teeth look brighter.
It is one of the famous and common dental procedures that can significantly improve the look of your teeth and you can smile with confidence. Teeth can discolor due to several reasons including food and drinks, use of tobacco, growing age, trauma and medication.
The dentist will examine the oral condition and recommend the ideal method as well as let you know more about various types of whitening procedures.
Dental Veneers that is also known as the dental porcelain laminates or porcelain veneers are the wafer-thin shell that is custom made to fit the front surface of the teeth. The dental veneer is made from resin composite or porcelain.
The porcelain veneers are often chosen because
People often consider porcelain veneers to address cosmetic issues with their teeth such as chips, cracks, gaps between teeth, discoloration and minor misalignment.
The process of porcelain requires two appointments. The first appointment to take the model of your teeth and the second process is to set the veneers in the place.
A composite filling is a mixture of tooth-colored plastic and glass that is utilized to restore the decayed teeth. The composite is also used to improve your smile by changing the color of your teeth.
Chipped teeth, gaps between two teeth, decayed teeth, cracked, broken or worn teeth are the main reasons to choose composite fillings. Following the preparations, the professionals place the composite in layers, and after completing the process, the dentists will shape it to fit the tooth. The composite is also polished to avoid staining and early wear.
You may experience the sensitivity to hot and cold after the filling is placed. But, it will subside shortly, and your dentists will give you care tips.
Dental or tooth bonding is a process in which tooth-colored resin material is placed and hardened using special light. This bonds the material to the tooth to improve and restore your smile. This application is mostly applied to repair a decayed, fractured, chipped and discolored tooth.
Dental bonding is one of the easiest and least expensive procedures. The bonding is most often used for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance of your teeth and to close spaces between teeth to make your teeth look longer. Consult with your dental care specialist about the right cosmetic approach addressing your particular problem.
As the name addresses, Invisalign are made of invisible polyurethane plastic that is completely removable. The invisible aligners are custom-made for the snug fit to straightening your teeth. However, the clear aligners work as the traditional braces do, they are not made of metal. This is why invisalign gives a visually appealing and convenient way for improving your smile.
Invisalign is used to correct several orthodontic problems, including overcrowded teeth, gaps between teeth, overbites, crossbites and simple bite irregularities. After examining your mouth and inspecting the adjustment needs, your orthodontist will give you the right recommendation.