Dental Tips Blog

Feb
6

Three Ways to Brighten Your Smile

Are you looking for ways to add youth and brightness back to your smile? The way you feel about your teeth also changes your self-confidence and even your social life. Here are a few simple ways to restore the way your teeth look, making them healthier and younger in appearance.

Composite Fillings

Silver fillings are fine for some people, but they can also interfere with your smile. Over time the metal materials also leak out into your tooth enamel making your teeth look grey or blue in color. You might find that you’re no longer smiling in photographs because of how you feel about your teeth. By replacing your silver fillings with ones that are tooth-colored, you can enjoy whiter teeth that also look completely natural. 

Teeth Whitening

Simply lifting years of stain off of your smile is one of the best ways to boost your self-confidence and make a great first impression. Smile whitening can be done with professional take-home whitening trays or through in-office laser whitening techniques. Depending on the severity of your tooth stain or the time frame you have set aside, your dentist can advise you on which type of whitening is best. 

Dental Veneers

For a dramatic makeover every time, dental veneers give you more flexibility and options than any other type of cosmetic dental treatment. In just one or two appointments, your brand new veneers will cover your natural teeth and give you a perfect-looking smile that’s straighter and whiter than ever before.

With so many different ways to enhance your smile, there’s no more room for excuses when it comes to feeling bad about the way your teeth look. Talk to your dentist about which options are best for you.

Posted on behalf of:
Springhill Dental Health Center
4620 Spring Hill Ave
Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 343-1521

 

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