Cosmetic / Restorative Dentistry
Cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry both aim to improve the functionality and appearance of a patient’s teeth. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on aesthetics, while restorative dentistry prioritizes function with procedures like bridges and fillings.
Understanding The Procedure Of Cosmetic And Restorative Dentistry
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Some Advantages And Benefits Of Cosmetic And Restorative Dentistry
- Improved Appearance: One of the main advantages of cosmetic dentistry is that it can improve the appearance of your teeth and give you a more beautiful smile. Treatments such as veneers, teeth whitening, and dental implants can help to enhance your natural teeth or replace missing ones.
- Increased Confidence: A beautiful smile can give you a boost of confidence and help you feel more comfortable in social situations.
Better Functionality: Restorative dentistry can help to improve the function of your teeth, making it easier to chew, speak, and perform other daily activities.
- Improved Oral Health: Many cosmetic and restorative treatments can also improve your oral health by addressing issues such as decay, gum disease, or misaligned teeth.
- Long-lasting Results: Many cosmetic and restorative treatments provide long-lasting results that can improve your quality of life for years to come.
Teeth whitening lightens the color of your teeth, enhancing your smile. We can offer in office bleaching or home bleaching with individual trays.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment is typically needed when the tooth's innermost layer, containing nerves and blood vessels, becomes inflamed, infected, or damaged.
Dental implants can replace one or more missing teeth. It includes a post/screw which is surgically placed in the jaw first. After a couple of months of healing the implant screw can be assessed for a restorative part with a porcelain crown.