Cosmetic Dentistry

Mainly intended to create a positive change in a patient’s teeth and smile, cosmetic dentistry has become more popular today than ever before. Those wishing to improve functionality, increase overall dental health and appearance routinely turn to cosmetic dentistry as a smart and effective approach to complete dental care.

The Placement Of Crowns May Be Considered Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry can involve everything from the whitening of teeth using lasers to gum treatments or the replacement of missing teeth through the use of dental implants. Other common treatments associated with cosmetic work include the application of dental veneers as well as replacing older fillings with newer more durable tooth colored ceramic fillings. In essence, anything that improves the patient’s smile can be considered to be cosmetic dentistry. The placement of crowns may also be considered cosmetic in many cases as well as the placement of a bridge. From crooked teeth to teeth that are stained or yellowed and teeth that are too small or too large, cosmetic work has many applications that simply cannot be ignored.

Poor Functionality And A Lack Of A Beautiful Smile

In cases where a full mouth restoration is needed, cosmetic dentistry is the perfect solution. From overcrowded teeth to missing teeth and patients with large gaps between the teeth, cosmetic dentistry is always an option for improving one’s personal appearance. Cosmetic work continues to lead the way in dentistry for those who have suffered with poor functionality and a lack of a beautiful smile. Talk with your Walnut Creek Dentist, Dr. Darvishzadeh at Walnut Creek Dental for more information on cosmetic dentistry and all that it can do to improve a patient’s oral health and personal self-esteem and self-confidence.