Cosmetic dentistry has grown in popularity over the last three years. Unlike traditional dental procedures, this aspect of oral care focuses on hiding and eliminating imperfections.
Due to the complexity of most of these procedures, always choose a professional dentist.
1. Professional Teeth Whitening: This procedure has been shown to remove ugly spots from teeth that have discolored with age or due to colored foods and drinks. This teeth whitening service is available in dental clinics and at home as a tooth extraction site that can be used by patients themselves.
2. Invisalign: Invisalign is basically an invisible bracket that doesn’t have the complicated and annoying metal parts of conventional braces. They have also been shown to work faster at correcting smiles. Such aligners cause the teeth to move up, down, horizontally, vertically, and in the direction of rotation.
3. Veneers: Veneers are basically specially designed shells, often made of ceramic that fit snugly against damaged or broken teeth. They are expertly designed to cover the most problematic teeth. They go hand in hand with dental implants and can be used in conjunction with conventional dentistry.
The process of cosmetic dental care is similar to regular dental care. The difference is at the core. The main goal of cosmetic dentistry is to achieve an aesthetically pleasing smile, whereas that of ordinary dental care is to improve dental health.
Because they have a similar process, they are associated with the same risk, which is very low. Both Invisalign and metal brackets represent the lowest risk of all dental procedures.