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6 ways a dentist can change your smile

Is there something you want to change about your smile?

Everyday life tends to expose teeth to some gnarly wear and tear. You might find your teeth and gums affected by trauma like sporting accidents or taking a spill in the tub. Sometimes your smile changes because of medical conditions or ageing. And, of course, tooth decay and gum disease are the most notorious culprits in wearing down the ol’ pearly whites.

Regardless of the underlying cause, your dentist can advise ways to change both the look and function of your smile. Here are six common treatments that can change the look of your smile – many of them can even improve your oral health.

        Crowns

      • Repairs or strengthens damaged or discolored teeth. 
      • Supports dental bridges
      • 1 – 3 visits

 

            Implants

      • Replaces an entire missing tooth
      • Offers a fixed solution
      • Titanium attached to the jaw

                     Bridges

      • Replaces missing teeth
      • False teeth attached between two crowns
      • Good option to replace teeth that need crowns

                          Veneers

      • Thin restorations added to the front teeth
      • Corrects small gaps, chips or cracks, discoloration or slightly crooked teeth
      • Alternative to teeth whitening if you want to change the shape of your teeth

                     Orthodontics

      • Corrects crooked teeth and misaligned jaws
      • Impacts your smile’s appearance
      • Braces and aligners adjust your teeth over months or years

                    Whitening

      • Most popular solution to enhance the smile
      •  Removes stains and discoloration from the surface of your teeth
      • Can be in the clinic or through a take-home Kit

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