Common Dental Issues and Solutions
A smile makeover refers to any combination of cosmetic dental procedures that
enhances the beauty and appearance of the smile. This usually has a reconstructive
focus and involves any number of cosmetic and restorative procedures. Combining
these procedures, team of cosmetic dentists can restore your teeth to its optimal
function and esthetics. If you meet any of the criteria in the descriptions
below, click on the accompanying dental procedure links to learn about possible
treatments, and take this opportunity to find out more about the costs, benefits,
and risks of each treatment.
- If you suffer from embarrassment and lack of self-confidence caused by stained,
crooked, cracked, or missing teeth – Dental Extreme Makeover can help!
- If you cover your mouth while talking or smiling, if you don't feel good
about showing off your teeth, if you have chronic bad breath – Dental
Extreme Makeover can help!
- dental veneer
- dental bonding
- dental crown
Patients tend to put off dental visits for a variety of reasons, but one of
the most common sources of frustration is the sheer multitude of dental treatment
options available and the mystery that surrounds many of these new techniques
Unattractive Smile – When
teeth are too short or long, stained, chipped,
misaligned, or overcrowded, a dentist can combine
multiple cosmetic dentistry treatments to transform
the smile, or the patient can invest in porcelain
veneers. Veneers can be placed over the teeth
to mask virtually any cosmetic problems.
Discolored, Stained, or Dull Teeth – Stubborn stains from coffee, tea, and
cigarettes can be difficult to remove with brushing
whitening (in-office or take home) can help
eliminate these more superficial stains and also
address staining caused by aging or prescription
medication use, such as tetracycline stains.
Chips and Minor Gaps – Many patients are troubled by minor cosmetic issues
with their smile, including jagged or chipped
teeth and noticeable gaps between teeth. Dental
bonding is an ideal solution for these minor
imperfections. With a tooth-colored bonding material,
your dentist can mask these imperfections in just