Cosmetic Dentistry is a field in dentistry, in which a cosmetic dentist will implement a combination of several treatment procedures to give a perfect smile.
Teeth WhiteningWhitening of the teeth is performed for patients who want a brighter smile. Tooth whitening can be done to reduce discoloration and staining, or simply to provide the patient with whiter, brighter teeth for a beautiful smile.
Discoloration of a ToothTooth enamel discoloration can be caused by staining, aging, or chemical damage to teeth. Some of the more common causes of tooth discoloration are medications, coffee, tea or cigarettes. People who drink significant amounts of cola soft drinks can experience similar staining. Damage to the root may also contribute to discoloration.
Dental ImplantsA dental implant is an artificial tooth root used in dentistry to support restorations that resemble a tooth or group of teeth. Virtually all dental implants placed today are root-form end osseous implants. Implants are not only used to replace one tooth, but rather people missing most, if not all, of their teeth benefit greatly as well. Implants are increasingly being used to replace certain types of bridges and removable partial dentures.
BondingDental bonding, also called as composite or tooth bonding is an excellent procedure to fix cosmetic and structural imperfections in the teeth. Dental bonding can repair cracked, chipped, and discolored teeth as well as replace silver amalgam fillings in teeth. Cosmetic bonding can also repair misaligned teeth, providing a straighter, more uniform smile. We customize smile design for every patient. These kind of treatments come under esthetic dentistry
ReshapingTooth reshaping, or contouring, is one of few instant treatments now available in cosmetic dentistry. Dental reshaping and contouring is a procedure to correct crooked teeth, chipped teeth, cracked teeth or even overlapping teeth in just one session.
Cosmetic Gum SurgeryThe “Gummy Smile” – This is a problem where your teeth appear to be too short. Gum sculpting is often the solution. To solve this, a dentist uses a laser to remove the excess tissue of your “gummy” smile, which then exposes more of your tooth