Cosmetic Dentistry


        Presently, cosmetic surgery is on rise all over the world. Cosmetic surgery deals with a wide array of procedures to improve the teeth appearance and smile of a person. This surgery aims to treat discolored, missing, chipped, or misaligned teeth. The cosmetic surgery provides an  improved overall appearance, self-confidence, and self-esteem. Most of these surgeries treat oral problems in addition to cosmetic .


Options For Cosmetic Dentistry

        Cosmetic surgery comprises of a wide variety of treatment options to improve oral and cosmetic disorders. The various choices are described below:

  • Bleaching (Teeth Whitening)

                                Bleaching is a common effective procedure to brighten and whiten the  discolored teeth. Discoloration mainly affects the enamel of the teeth. It can occur by many factors. The factors include tea, coffee, cigarettes, medication, and some hereditary disorder. Teeth whitening can be done at both home and dentist office. It usually takes about 1 hour time for this process.

  • Bonding

                                Some people requires changing color or shape of their original teeth. Bonding is such a process. It involves tooth colored materials which are bonded to the tooth. In addition to tooth color, it is useful to fill the gaps  between teeth or any cavity. Bonding also tends to repair badly stained, chipped or broken teeth.

  • Crowns

                                Crowns, commonly known as caps, are covering of teeth required to restore normal appearance. They are usually made of acrylic or porcelain which are fused to a metal device. They are strong enough to withstand bitting pressure. Teeth which are badly decayed, chipped, with large fillings, or oddly shaped are mostly corrected with this treatment.

  • Veneers

                                Veneers are thin pieces which are mainly attached to the front teeth. They help to change the shape and color of teeth. Plastic or porcelain material is used to make veneers. Dental conditions such as unevenly spaced teeth, poor shape, discolor, etc are treated with veneers.

  • Implants

                                The empty space of missing teeth is usually replaced with dental implants. Implants made up of titanium are mostly used as implants. Placing implants is a type surgical treatment procedure. The dental implants are generally attached to the jawbone of missing teeth. They mainly act as the tooth root. Implant surgery is often a permanent treatment fr missing tooth.

  • Contouring and reshaping

                                Contouring and reshaping procedure aims to correct irregularly aligned and crooked teeth in one-time session. The length, position, and shape of the teeth can be properly altered with this method. It is also useful to correct small biting problems of teeth.