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5 Ways to Reshape Your Smile

Sometimes, you may find yourself looking in the mirror or at a photo and think: “I wish my smile wasn’t so uneven!”

Thanks to a few advancements in cosmetic dentistry, there are a several ways you can even out your smile and show it off with killer confidence.

Gum Recontouring

There may be nothing wrong with your teeth, themselves. Rather, excess gum tissue around one or two teeth may give the illusion that they’re uneven. A dentist or gum specialist can reshape your gums to look more natural.

Porcelain Dental Crowns

Does your smile look crooked because of having an unusually small tooth or two? A cosmetic crown to reshape and cover it up entirely may be your answer.

Dental Veneers

If you want a lasting and natural-looking way to reshape your teeth, then veneers are the way to go. A veneer is a porcelain shell placed over a front tooth. It essentially replaces the outer layer of enamel and creates a brand-new appearance when you smile.

Cosmetic Bonding

Bonding is a non-invasive procedure that delivers immediate results. Small gaps and chips in your smile can be reshaped at a negligible cost with some tooth-colored and light-cured dental composite.

Botox

You didn’t see this one coming on the list of dental procedures!

Yet, it’s true. Minor procedures involving a product like Botox can help correct the way your mouth pulls up in a smile.

This kind of procedure isn’t available in just any dental office. You may have to ask around a bit to find a cosmetic dentist who is experienced in providing the service.

Get more suggestions by visiting a cosmetic dentist near you.

Posted on behalf of:
Elegant Smiles
1955 Cliff Valley Way NE #100
Brookhaven, GA 30329
404-634-4224

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