Cosmetic teeth whitening
Cosmetic teeth whitening is more of a technical term. It is commonly known as teeth bleaching. Patients opt for this procedure to help whiten their teeth and get rid of any existing stains and yellowish color. Typically, such procedures are conducted in the dentists’ office or can be done by you after a prior dentist visit.
Cosmetic dental veneers
Dental veneers are thin structures attached to the teeth with the help of dental cement. Such small structures are primarily composed of porcelain. These veneers are mainly used to redress dental conditions such as a broken tooth, discoloration, and gaps.
Cosmetic dental implants
Dental implants are permanent solutions to missing teeth in the jaw. Such implants are of a metallic design such as titanium which is then surgically placed into the jaw structure. These dental implants are used to replicate the working of an active tooth by rooting an artificial tooth.
Cosmetic dental crowns
Cosmetic dental crowns are nothing more than an outer case replicating a perfectly shaped tooth. After the cosmetic dentist has taken previous measurements of your broken, decayed or gaped tooth, he will formulate an outer case of the tooth made from an acrylic or porcelain mix integrated with metal. Such dental crowns are then merely placed over the damaged tooth and will suffice as a practical and perfect tooth.
Cosmetic teeth shaping
As the name suggests, cosmetic teeth shaping involves developing the teeth’s enamel according to desire. It is commonly known as enamel shaping as well. The dentist conducts such procedure by shaping the tooth or eradicating additional and unwanted amount of enamel with the help of appropriate tools. Enamel shaping can be done by applying necessary fillings as well.
Cosmetic tooth bonding
Cosmetic tooth bonding is the dental procedure of applying tooth colored bond accordingly to the damaged, broken or stained teeth. Such process is primarily availed for improving the outlook and appearance of the tooth by redressing it with tooth bond.
Cosmetic orthodontic treatment
A common misconception of orthodontics is that their services are primarily used for children. However, this is not the case as there is an increase in the trend of adults sustaining broken or chipped teeth availing the professional services from orthodontists for cosmetic needs.