Cosmetic Dentistry

The Cosmetic Dentistry is a field in dentistry, where in you learn about each cosmetic dentistry procedure. In many cases, a cosmetic dentist will implement a combination of several of the following procedures to give you that perfect smile.

Dental Bonding

In Tooth Bonding or Dental Bonding, the composite resins are applied to the teeth and then they are made hardened using the help of special light. It is mainly used for tooth restoration and improving tooth appearance. Basically, bonding will cover any natural flaws applying a thin coating of a plastic material on the front surface of your teeth. After this, your cosmetic dentist will apply a bonding material and sculpt and color and shape it to provide a pleasing result. A high-intensity light then hardens the plastic, and the surface is finely polished. read more…

Cosmetic Gum Surgery (Gum Contouring)

What is gummy smile?

“Gummy Smile” is an unappealing condition, where your teeth appear to be too short due to an oversized gum, especially at our front teeth. Generally, it is a genetic abnormality, may be with some etiologies like some health problems or negative effects of any medications. Such condition will certainly make one feel introvert due to unattractive smile and lower self-worth. read more…

Tooth Contouring and Reshaping

Do you have your teeth with unpleasant marks on them? Do you feel that there are some shabby edges looked on your teeth or some tiny grooves or pits that are really upsetting your aesthetic appearance with a distorted smile? You may see your teeth being caught with some traumatic (minor) fractures or being overlapped. At this stage, you should certainly require a dental care known as – Tooth Contouring and Reshaping, an ever successful cosmetic treatment of modern dentistry. read more…

Teeth Whitening (Bleaching)

Whitening of the teeth is performed for patients who desire a brighter smile. Tooth whitening can be performed to reduce discoloration and staining, or simply to provide the patient with whiter, brighter teeth.

Discoloration of Tooth

Tooth enamel discoloration can be caused by staining, aging, or chemical damage to teeth. Some of the more common causes of tooth discoloration are medications, coffee, tea or cigarettes. People who drink significant amounts of cola soft drinks can experience similar staining. Damage to the root may also contribute to discoloration. read more…