Do you feel insecure because of your smile? If so, have you considered the many ways cosmetic dentistry could help? Many people don’t realize just how many treatment options are available for addressing everything from badly stained teeth, to minor gaps between them. Oddly shaped and embarrassingly small (or large) teeth can often be addressed through cosmetic dental treatment, as well. So if you are tired of wanting to hide your smile, why not speak with your cosmetic dentist about what enhancements could help create a smile you’re actually proud to show off?
Would Whitening Treatment Brighten Your Smile?
If the staining of your teeth is moderate to severe, professional whitening treatment is a great way to address it. Professional treatment can help to break up surface stains, leading to noticeably whiter teeth. In fact, many patients enjoy smiles that are up to eight shades lighter, when they opt for the benefits of whitening treatment through a cosmetic dentist, as opposed to over-the-counter options that are rarely able to create such dramatic results.
The Many Benefits of Choosing Porcelain Veneers
Of course, many people struggle with more comprehensive cosmetic concerns than simple staining. In the case of issues with the size, shape, or even spacing of the teeth, the cosmetic dentist is likely to recommend porcelain veneers. That is because veneers can help create a more symmetrical smile, by correcting the size and shape of teeth, while also hiding any noticeable staining.
Plus, since veneers are made of dental-grade porcelain, the results can be long-lasting. That is because porcelain is similar to natural teeth enamel, in that it is both strong and stain resistant.
ABOUT YOUR WACO, TX, DENTIST:
We look forward to providing families with exceptional care and advanced treatment options. To schedule an appointment with Corbet Locke, DDS, contact our Waco, TX, dental office today by calling 254-776-4888. Our office welcomes patients in and around Waco, TX, including Hewitt, McGregor, Woodway, and the surrounding Central Texas communities.