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Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

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At least twice a year, all patients should schedule a professional dental cleaning to remove built up plaque and tartar for healthy teeth and gums.

Once a year, everyone should get a professional dental examinations to ensure optimal oral health and a consultation for any needed treatment.

To protect the teeth against plaque, tarter, and bacterial infections, a dentist applies a dental sealant to the top of the molars and premolars.

Digital X-rays, also known as digital radiographs, allow the dentist to see current dental problems and prevent oral health concerns from developing.

To prevent future tooth decay and strengthen the enamel, a professional fluoride treatment may be given at the dentist's office to certain patients.

During every patient's annual dental exam, the dentist will perform a periodontal examination to check for warning signs of gum disease,

For patients who want more subtle changes to the shape and size of their teeth, dental bonding and contouring can help with cosmetic improvements.

Invisalign is a series of advanced orthodontic aligners that are customized to comfortably correct and straighten the position of the teeth.

Philips Zoom! Whitening is an advanced laser teeth whitening system that safely and effectively brighten the teeth several shades during one visit.

To improve the appearance of teeth with cosmetic imperfections, porcelain veneers can be custom-made to fit over the front of the natural teeth.

A smile makeover is a unique combination of cosmetic procedures that address the aesthetic concerns of the patient's teeth for a beautiful smile.

A dental bridge a false tooth placed in a gap in the teeth that is surrounded by 2 or more crowns that cover the teeth near the gap for support.

If a tooth is broken, cracked, or decayed, a dental crown, also known as a cap, covers the tooth for protection and to improve the tooth's appearance.

For patient comfort during routine and more involved dental procedures, the dentist may use nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, for sedation.

Mouth guards for protection during sports or relief from pain due to night grinding and jaw clenching may be custom created for patients by a dentist.

A root canal treatment removes the pulp from inside an infected tooth when the decay has damaged the tooth beyond repair or the tooth is already dead.

Composite or tooth-colored fillings can be made of porcelain or resin to match the patient's natural teeth while protecting from decay and damage.

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