Cosmetic Dentistry For Crooked Teeth
Some people who are self-conscious about their smile caused by crooked teeth have several options now beyond the old braces. The following are some of the best cosmetic dentistry procedures for crooked teeth.
Invisalign is a set of very strong, clear plastic removable teeth aligners that work by squeezing the teeth into position. This set of teeth aligners is strong enough to shift your affected teeth into their ideal positions. After a few months, you will see the significant shift of your teeth moving into their natural positions in the mouth.
However, Invisalign is not suited for everyone. If the teeth and the gums are not strong enough to support the tension created by these plastic braces, your dentist can recommend another procedure that is best suited for you.
Among the most popular treatments for correcting crooked teeth are porcelain veneers. For one, it can help create a natural-looking smile.
Porcelain veneers can be applied to your teeth in just one or two sessions with your dentist. Sometimes, it requires shaving a part of the teeth to ensure a perfect fit.
Another happy fact is that the cost of veneers, can be significantly lower than the cost of braces or Invisalign. Moreover, you can enjoy the results of the procedure in just a few weeks after the last treatment.
Another inexpensive treatment in correcting crooked teeth is tooth contouring and reshaping. This is the procedure where the dentist scrapes off a portion of the existing tooth enamel. Next, the dentist will then place a bonding compound or a veneer directly on the tooth (or teeth, as the case may be).
Afterwards, the dentist may use a drill or laser to sculpt and shape the sides of the new tooth and the existing one. This will become the perfect new bonded tooth that will form part in the shaping of that picture-perfect smile.
Today’s crooked teeth do not need to be a burden anymore. Aided by science and the artistry of your dentist, your picture-perfect smile will belie the story that you once had crooked teeth.
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