Are you ready to address the imperfections that have long left you feeling insecure about showing your smile? Ready to stop worrying that people will only see your teeth’s flaws, and to actually feel confident knowing they’ll start to see your natural beauty, instead? Cosmetic dentistry makes it possible to address a wide variety of imperfections, often quickly and with natural-looking yet beautiful results. So, are you ready to start loving your smile more?
Tired of Suffering Insecurity Because of Dental Imperfections?
Many people feel insecure because of noticeable imperfections with their smile. That said, cosmetic dentistry means you don’t have to settle where your smile is concerned. There are several treatments available that can help to address flaws and reveal more of a smile’s natural beauty.
Professional teeth whitening – while there are a number of over-the-counter products available that can help to lighten teeth to some degree, few are able to create dramatic results quickly the way professional teeth whitening can. That’s because professional whitening uses prescription-grade products mean to help breakup surface stains, and leave teeth noticeably whiter, often five to eight shades lighter.
Cosmetic bonding – similarly fast and affordable, cosmetic bonding relies on the dentist’s artistry to cover imperfections with a composite resin material that bonds well with teeth and hides flaws. This resin can be used to hide permanent staining and minor gaps between teeth, but also to improve the symmetry of the smile by correcting inconsistencies in the size or shape of the teeth.
Porcelain veneers – finally, veneers are a great way to hide flaws and improve the smile’s overall appearance. Thanks to porcelain’s similarity to natural tooth enamel, the results can be enjoyed for many years with proper care.
Ready to Give Your Smile an Update?
If you want to enjoy a more beautiful smile, cosmetic dentistry could likely help. You can schedule a cosmetic consultation with Allen Family Dentistry in Pella, IA, by calling (641) 628-1121, today.