What’s wrong with wanting a beautiful smile?
Your smile is likely one of the firsts things people will notice about you. It has the potential to be your best and most permanent accessory if you really invest in it.
Investing in your teeth means keeping them healthy and doing what you can to make your smile stand out from the crowd.
Check out these seven trusted cosmetic dental procedures for revolutionizing the appearance of your teeth:
Bleaching your teeth can start with a simple at-home kit or you can go all the way and get a professional in-office treatment. This is a great option if you don’t want to make any permanent changes to your smile but still want to take years off your appearance.
Veneers are false fronts that can instantly upgrade the look of your upper front teeth to make them look brighter and straighter.
Sometimes, you just have to bite the bullet and cover up an entire tooth that can be fixed any other way. Crowns provide teeth with both strength and beauty.
Permanently fill in that gap in your smile with a brand-new tooth. No one will ever have to know it’s not the real thing.
Bonding is a great way to patch up small chips and reshape rough edges.
What do you do when a filling isn’t enough but a crown is too much? Meet halfway with an inlay or onlay.
Sometimes your teeth aren’t even the problem. Trimming back and reshaping a little gum tissue can lengthen and even out teeth.
Which treatment is right for you? Find out by scheduling a smile consultation with your cosmetic dentist.
Posted on behalf of:
Marietta Dental Professionals
550 Franklin Gateway SE
Marietta, GA 30067
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