Do you have broken teeth? Has your smile’s brightness gradually dimmed over the years? Are your chipped or discolored teeth embarrassing you? Do you have deep smile lines that make you frown? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you could benefit from a smile makeover.
What is a Smile Makeover?
The definition of a smile makeover is subjective, as it will vary from patient to patient. However, a smile makeover usually involves one or more cosmetic, dental, or facial rejuvenation procedures to improve your smile’s aesthetics. In short, a smile makeover is designed to give you the radiant, confidence-inducing smile that you rightly deserve.
How Will a Smile Makeover Improve My Smile?
A patient decides to undergo a smile makeover for many different reasons, and modern cosmetic dentistry can help in every instance. Here are some common issues that affect your smile, and lead patients to decide to undergo a smile makeover:
• Crooked Teeth
Conventional orthodontics, such as braces, can fix crooked teeth over time. Often, braces are encouraged before doing a smile makeover on crooked teeth. Porcelain veneers are a short-term solution to crooked teeth.
• Chipped or Broken Teeth
Depending on the extent of the damage, the treatment will vary, but cosmetic bonding, porcelain veneers, or crowns are all options your cosmetic dentist can employ to fix chipped or broken teeth.
• Missing Teeth
Missing teeth or gaps between the teeth can be remedied with a dental bridge or a denture.
• Gummy Smile
A smile that exposes too much of the gumline can be remedied by gum contouring.
• Deep Smile Lines
A combination of Botox and dermal filler treatments can help return that youthful glow lost to smile lines and other wrinkles around the mouth.
• Discolored Teeth
A professional, dentist-administered teeth-whitening procedure can safely remove stains or other types of discolorations from your teeth. Whiter teeth provide a very noticeable and immediate improvement to your smile.
Learn more about the treatment options for broken teeth