Looking for a way to improve your smile? Consider trying out cosmetic dentistry to help transform your pearly whites at the Toothbar! Read on and learn more about cosmetic dentistry and how it could benefit you.
What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry primarily focuses on improving the general appearance of a person’s teeth and smile. The Toothbar specializes in a variety of procedures that include:
Teeth Whitening – Teeth whitening is the easiest and most inexpensive method of improving the look of your teeth. You can get your teeth bleached at a dentist’s office. You can also purchase teeth whitening that requires a brief regimen at home. The price of teeth whitening depends on how and where it’s performed. If you go to the dentist, you’ll pay more for whitening treatments, however, the results are usually better than the results you can achieve at home.
Dental Veneers – Veneers are comprised of a narrow shell that contains either porcelain or resin. These shells are designed to fit over your teeth and help brighten your smile. Dental veneers are also used to repair stained, chipped or misaligned teeth. Since there are multiple variants of veneers, the price can range from $500 to $1,300 per tooth.
Dental Implants – Implants is just a fancy term that is used for artificial root. These artificial roots are used to replace a tooth by inserting it into the bone socket of the jawbone. During the healing process, the jawbone will grow around the implant, setting in place and providing space for a replacement for the missing tooth.
Dental Bonding – The way teeth bonding works is that a dentist applies a plastic tooth-shaped, putty-like resin to your teeth with an ultraviolet light. This light will bond the material to the tooth that will help repair chipped, misaligned teeth. The procedure often costs $100 to $400 per tooth.
Why You Need a Dentist
There are many reasons as to why you could need to go to the dentist. Tooth pain, for instance, can go from being a minor aggravation to being detrimental to your health. A dentist is there to treat and prevent these issues from getting worse. If the pain is minor, wait and see if it will go away. If it does not and gets worse, go to your dentist immediately.
Improving your smile is one of the best ways to boost your confidence and self-esteem. With the multitude of cosmetic dental procedures available be sure to conduct research on them to find out if it’s for you.