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Simple Ways to Transform Your Smile

You’re unhappy with your teeth, but you’re at a loss as to what options can give you the results that you really want. One of the greatest joys about cosmetic dentistry is that there are several different possibilities for every person, smile and budget. Here are some of the most common methods your dentist can use to completely change your smile for the better:

Tooth and Gum Recontouring

Uneven gums and teeth can make your smile look crooked, imbalanced, or too small. By adjusting the contours of your gumlines and smoothing out the edges of your teeth, your dentist can create a more uniform appearance. 

Smile Whitening

Professional teeth whitening gives you dramatic results that are noticeably more effective than over the counter products. Erase years of stain and discoloration from coffee, tea, tobacco or wine in just a few easy steps. 

Composite Bonding

Chipped teeth or gaps between the teeth can be repaired with tooth colored composite bonding. Composite matches your tooth and can be used to re-build areas of a tooth that are missing or have anomalies. It bonds directly to your tooth and is shaped by your dentist. 

Dental Veneers

For dramatic smile makeovers, dental veneers are the most comprehensive option available. Each veneer is designed to give you what looks like a brand new, perfect tooth. Place them side-by-side and you’ll be turning heads every time you smile! 

If you’re having a hard time choosing the right one – just wait! You can actually combine different techniques on a tooth-by-tooth basis to give you optimal results while maximizing the appearance of your favorite dental features. Schedule your smile consultation today to find out more.

Posted on behalf of:
Mitzi Morris, DMD, PC
1295 Hembree Rd B202
Roswell, GA 30076
(770) 475-6767

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