Teeth can become stained or discolored from the foods we eat, beverages we drink, habits we choose, some medicines we take, or just aging in general. A great boost can come from lightening teeth, and it quite possibly is the most economical way you can do so in the privacy of your own home at your own pace. At home teeth whitening acquired from your dental provider comes with complete instructions, and you receive the most successful whitening agents available when obtaining them from your cosmetic dentist.
For decades, the only option available to repair dental decay was amalgam. This material is dark in appearance and cavities treated in the smile line are noticeable. But now there is a tooth colored material to repair decay; you can have the old filling removed and replaced with the composite resin that will match the color of your tooth, and is capable of being shaped to match the contour of surrounding teeth making this repair virtually invisible.
Porcelain restorations are used in many applications; porcelain is the primary choice often selected for its strength and beauty plus it is stain resistant.
Veneers – A veneer is an ultra-thin shell that is fabricated to be cemented over teeth that are deeply stained; chipped teeth can be made to appear whole; misshapen teeth look even; unwanted gaps between teeth disappear … veneers can be placed over one or several teeth to provide a dental transformation that is permanent.
Crowns – Broken teeth or decayed teeth that can no longer support another filling are perfect candidates for crowns. Crowns are also used as the final restoration to cover dental implants … a permanent solution to missing teeth.
Crowns are made to match surrounding teeth in shape and shade … once they are cemented in place you can east most anything (sticky foods like caramels are not recommended).
Our cosmetic dentist has a solution to provide an aesthetic dental transformation that will have you smiling for life. To learn more about your options, contact the office of Dr. Barry Buchanan at 214-343-1818.