If you are unhappy with the look of your smile there are solutions to help improve the aesthetics of your teeth and often increase the functionality of your mouth as a whole. When you combine multiple dental procedures together to reach a set goal, a smile makeover treatment plan is created. These smile makeover treatment plans are designed to give you the ideal look and function to your mouth that fit within your goals, wants, and needs. Smile makeovers can include one or more different treatments and treatment times can range from days to weeks or even months. But the end result is often a smile you can feel proud to show off and confident in using!
Benefits of a Smile Makeover
- Enhanced self-confidence
- Correct multiple dental flaws
- Improve oral health
- Brighten the appearance of teeth
- Designed to your smile goals
Common Smile Makeover Treatments
Veneers are a versatile solution to include in a smile makeover as they can correct a wide range of concerns. Made of durable and lifelike porcelain material, they are bonded to the front of specific teeth and designed to show off an ideal color and shape. For some patients, they can even be used to mask tooth imperfections like staining, chips, cracks, or crookedness.
CEREC® Crowns and Bridges
When you have damaged teeth or missing teeth, crowns and bridges can restore both aesthetics and function to the mouth. With CEREC technology, these crowns and bridges can be created in-house and be designed to match your smile and goals. The CEREC technology allows your doctor to create and place the restorations in the same appointment while you wait!
For those seeking to align crooked teeth, ClearCorrect offers a discreet solution. Utilizes clear plastic aligners instead of metal brackets and wires, patients can straighten their teeth without the obvious appearance in their smile. Also, the aligners are removable, so patients can remove them to eat, drink, and clean their teeth properly.
When a tooth is missing or failing due to decay, damage, or some other source, dental implants are the gold standard solution. Instead of covering up the gap, dental implants replace the missing tooth with a completely new one. This new tooth is virtually as strong as a natural tooth and offers all the same benefits. Dental implants can even be used to replace an entire arch or mouth of missing and failing teeth.
Typically people imagine metal or gold fillings in their mouth after they have had a cavity treated. But now, there are options for a tooth-colored composite filling. This option blends in with the natural color of your teeth so that nobody will know you’ve had a cavity treated and your smile looks natural.