What do you know about cosmetic dentistry?

What do you know about cosmetic dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry

What is cosmetic dentistry:

Cosmetic dentistry sets out to enhance the aesthetics of your smile. It combines art and science to improve the appearance of your teeth and of course your confidence.

The are some great dental treatments and procedures involved, like braces such as Invisalign or Inman Aligner, dental veneer – a thin material fixed on the front of your teeth to improve their appearance; Lumineers – that are materials similar to veneers but are made of a thinner material, dental implants used to replace missing teeth, teeth whitening.

Who need cosmetic dentistry?

Usually people seek in this part of dentistry when they have unattractive teeth and feel self- conscious about this and they become shy away from smiling and showing their teeth.

If needed, sometimes a combination of cosmetic dentistry procedures will give for sure the desired smile.

What cosmetic dentistry can do for you:

Cosmetic dental treatments can change the shape, size and alignment of certain teeth, can fill in unattractive spaces between teeth, can improve or correct bites, can lighten or brighten the color of teeth, can repair decayed, broken, crocked or chipped teeth, can replace missing teeth, can replace old and unattractive dental treatments.

What is the difference between traditional dentistry and cosmetic dentistry?

While traditional dentistry refers to oral hygiene, prevention and diagnosis of any oral health conditions followed by adequate dental treatments, cosmetic dentistry refers on improving your smile, teeth and overall teeth structure including the mouth and allows  you to choose from many natural looking cosmetic/ aesthetic methods and procedures  for bringing remarkable changes in your overall appearance.


These modern cosmetic dentistry procedures used by dentists  today preserve the natural look of your teeth and its structure.

For excellent results, dentists use different modern technologies such as lasers, beams, non-abrasive chemicals and it takes little time for the procedure to show its results.

Many times these modern cosmetic dentistry procedures do not require sedation or anesthesia.

This blog post is an educational resource only and does not replace a medical consultation with a doctor .

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