Cosmetic dentistry

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Today, cosmetic dentistry from whitening to implanting is more popular than ever, because of technological improvement and better pricing. Dentists have many tools, skills, and techniques to improve your smile. Before deciding to undergo cosmetic dentistry know the benefits, risks, and costs of the procedure you want to undergo. Ask about the dentist’s experience and the materials he uses for your procedure and if any special maintenance is needed.

Cosmetic dentistry is the procedure to modify teeth and gums’ appearance to improve the looks, and appearance of patients to improve their self-confidence. Cosmetic dentistry is used to improve functionality, too. The dentist will improve teeth, gums, and bite functionality through some procedures. “Smile makeover” is the process of improving smile’s appearance through one or more cosmetic dentistry procedures.


Some patients have misshaped teeth which causes an odd and uneven look of their teeth; these odd teeth would affect their self-confidence because of an ugly smile. In some people’s mouths, some of their teeth may be larger or smaller than their other teeth; there could be a gap between your teeth which would cause other teeth to drift out of their proper position into that empty space. Misshaped teeth could even cause oral and general health problems.

Misshaped teeth could be the result of genetics. The most common misshaped teeth are:
Wisdom teeth
Second premolars
Peg lateral (upper lateral incisors)

Regardless of its cause, you may decide to solve this problem, because it disfigures your smile; there are treatments that could give a balanced and even smile.


If you have yellow or stained teeth, teeth whitening could provide brighter teeth for you. Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry services because it could make a smile more beautiful and improve self-esteem.

Coffee, tea, red wine, and smoke will change your teeth color, even if you don’t use these items, your teeth could change color over your lifetime because of food, drinks, and medication stain.

From old times, white teeth have been associated with health and wealth.


A dental crown (dental cap) is a tooth-shaped cap that is placed over the tooth to restore the shape and firmness of an injured, damaged, or missed tooth. Dental crowns may be made of porcelain, gold, and some other metals. Usually, after a root canal, you may need a crown to strengthen the tooth. They may last up to a decade, easily, but in cases of good care, they even can last a lifetime.

A dental bridge is a fixed device in the mouth covering a gap between teeth to replace one or more missing teeth. This method is cheaper than the implant method and is more common in old age. Mainly there are three types of dental bridges:

  • Fixed bridges (traditional bridges)
  • Cantilever bridge (when there is only a healthy tooth on one side of the missing tooth)
  • Maryland or resin-bonded bridge (mainly used to replace front tooth)

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