Few things are more upsetting than damaged teeth. While there are plenty of preventative maintenance habits that are instrumental in protecting and keeping teeth healthy, the truth is it’s not uncommon for injury or decay to impact your perfect smile. Fortunately, in Dr. Cesare’s office, you can find the type of restorative dentistry you need for ideal dental health and to restore your great smile.
Cosmetic Dental Bonding
Accident or injury is a common cause of chipped or cracked teeth. Depending on the extent of the damage, dental bonding is an ideal solution. Not only does dental bonding repair the crack or chip, it also serves to enhance the appearance of the previously damaged tooth.
Implant Supported Crowns and Bridges
What is a dental implant? A natural tooth consists of a crown, and a root. The crown is that part of the tooth which can be seen above the gum tissue. The root is hidden under the gum tissue, and within the bone. It is the root which secures the natural tooth to the jawbone.
In order to replace a missing tooth, your doctor must re-create the crown portion, and choose the best method for affixing it within the mouth. Dental implants were developed for this purpose. Dental Implants are artificial devices used by dentists to replace missing teeth.
"White" or "tooth colored fillings" are also considered a general dental service. Click here to learn more.
Porcelain veneers are another option for correcting damaged teeth and brightening your smile. Extremely thin wafers are placed over the teeth. While veneers are expensive, they correct the damage, brighten your smile, and can be used to completely change the shape of the teeth if such cosmetic measures are necessary. Click here to learn more about veneers from this helpful article provided by the ADA (American Dental Association)
Tired of masking your smile because you don't like the way your teeth look? A smile makeover can be a big boost to your confidence and self-esteem. With a total smile makeover, chipped teeth, cracked teeth, gapped teeth, crooked teeth, stained teeth and gapped teeth can be completely transformed into the smile of your dreams. This is done through a combination of restorative and cosmetic dental treatments, including white fillings, cosmetic dental bonding, porcelain veneers, cosmetic dental crowns, dental braces, dental bridges and dental implants.
Some people have their old crowns replaced just for cosmetic reasons. Click here to learn more about dental crowns.