Are you tired of feeling insecure about your smile, due to cosmetic concerns such as deep staining or inconsistencies in the shape or size of your teeth? What about discomfort? Have you begun experiencing increased sensitivity recently, due to an undiagnosed dental issue? If so, don’t keep postponing getting answers, and potential help. Instead, schedule a visit to your dentist so you can find out precisely what the issue is, and how treatment – cosmetic or restorative – could best help to improve both your comfort and even your confidence.
Address Cosmetic Concerns with Treatment
If your issues are purely aesthetic in nature, then cosmetic treatment could likely be helpful. For instance, professional teeth whitening can usually help to lighten teeth by several shades. Perhaps best of all, it can generally work quickly, allowing for noticeable results in relatively short amounts of time.
For other issues, like oddly shaped teeth or those that seem inconsistent in size or even spacing, cosmetic bonding or porcelain veneers could likely be great options. Both can help to hide a wide array of imperfections, and both can produce natural-looking results.
Enjoy Better Comfort with a Seamless Restoration
If you are bothered by sensitivity or even tooth pain, it could be due to an undiagnosed dental problem, like a cavity or even a chipped or cracked tooth. Fortunately, modern dental restorations, like porcelain crowns, can help to protect fragile or damaged teeth, while also providing natural-looking results that can inspire improved confidence.
The modern restorations are also made to feel comfortable, allowing patients to get back to enjoying drinks and meals.
Ready to Schedule Dental Treatment?
Dental care can help address cosmetic imperfections and dental issues, like cavities. You can schedule a dental appointment with Dr. Fondriest by calling Lake Forest Dental Arts at (847) 234-0517. We welcome patients from the North Shore area of Chicago, including Winnetka, Highland Park, North Brook, Glenview, and the surrounding communities.