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Oct
18

Hate Your Short Teeth? Here’s How to Get a More Even Smile

Posted in Veneers

If you’re ashamed to show off small teeth in photos, then it may be time to do something about it. There are several effective treatment options for getting longer teeth. One may work for you!

Short Teeth? Shorten the Gums!

One of the first factors you’ll want to consider is the condition and shape of your gum tissue. It could very well be that your tooth size is just fine–the problem may lie in your gums.

Gums that are inflamed or overgrown can cover over teeth until only a little bit of the white enamel is showing. You may need treatment to either bring down a gum infection or trim away excess tissue to reveal a balanced and toothy grin.

Put Dental Crowns on Short Teeth

Sometimes, the permanent teeth that come in are very small relative to the size of your mouth. If you have large gaps between teeth in your smile, then you might want to consider capping them altogether. A dental crown can make any tooth the perfect shape and size.

Get a More Even Smile with Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are extremely light compared with crowns and save more of your natural tooth structure. Despite being so conservative, porcelain veneers can add a lot of length and body to your upper front teeth to make them look bigger.

Never Too Late for Braces to Straighten Out Short Teeth!

You may have some teeth that look short because they never fully erupted out of the gums. Braces could help pull your teeth up or down into even alignment.

Schedule a smile consultation with a local cosmetic dentist to discover the best way to get longer teeth.

Posted on behalf of:
Group Health Dental
230 W 41st St
New York, NY 10036
(212) 398-9690

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