If you’re self conscious about the appearance of your smile, you should know that you are not alone. Many people wish their teeth were straighter, whiter, and more uniform looking. Most people believe that a pleasant-looking smile makes people seem more attractive. Fortunately, our patients do not have to suffer with smile flaws. In fact, our cosmetic dentist provides smile makeovers with procedures and techniques such as professional teeth whitening, cosmetic tooth bonding, porcelain veneer placement, and clear braces.
Receiving cosmetic enhancements to your smile can work wonders on your confidence and self-esteem. In fact, many patients who receive cosmetic treatment enjoy a more active social life and tend to do well professionally. While many people may believe that some folks are just blessed with beautiful smiles, the truth is that behind every perfect-looking smile is the work of a trained dentist.
The scope of cosmetic smile enhancements varies on the needs and goals of each patient. For example, some patients may receive a professional whitening treatment and feel substantially better about themselves. In other cases, a variety of techniques and treatments may be used such as placing porcelain veneers or cosmetic bonding may be used to conceal both misshapen and damaged teeth along with hiding permanent stains. When working on improving a patient’s smile, our dentist carefully evaluates which type of procedure is best for that patient’s particular concerns.
When patients decide to evaluate their cosmetic options, our team will schedule a consultation with our dentist. A consultation involves patients informing our dentist about which flaws of their smile they feel self-conscious about along with the types of results they would like to achieve. After evaluating a patient’s oral health and considering their concerns, our dentist will develop a treatment plan that can include one or more procedures.
When improving smiles, our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Gregory Allen Kerbel, takes a compassionate and thorough approach. To learn more, contact our practice today.