If you are unhappy with your smile you may well be considering sedation dentist – And why not! We have all seen the magazines and movies with the celebrities dazzling us with perfect smiles: And consequently the ‘celebrity smile’ has become almost as famed as the celebrities themselves! However, if you are nervous of the Dentist undergoing Cosmetic Dentistry might loose its glossiness and that is understandable: Although there is no need – Certainly not at the Perfect Smile Spa at least!
It may be that you are simply unhappy with the look of your existing Veneers. Outdated Dental Veneers tend to feel thick and bulky, dull and somewhat unnatural looking in comparison to the Porcelain Veneers available today. Depending on the skill and experience of your original Dentist the shape and proportions of your Veneers may be out of sync with your other teeth, which can also make them look unnatural: Even odd. And together or singularly all these problems can make a person very uncomfortable with their smile: And when they feel uncomfortable chances are they will, sooner or later stop smiling.
Frequent use of bleach or other chemicals may result in erosion of teeth enamel. Teeth enamel helps in preventing decay of your teeth. Hence, there can be increased chances of tooth decay.
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If the problem of crowding teeth that is plaguing the person is purely dental in nature, then this kind of crossbite can be treated with the help of orthodontic braces. In this treatment option, brackets and wires are placed on teeth and the teeth are then brought into their desired position by tightening the wires, which exert force on the teeth and brings them in their ideal position in the dental arch. This is the best way to go about crossbite correction in children whose canines have erupted, because they can easily be treated with braces. More often than not, if the person has severe crowding and malocclusion, then he may even need to extract two or more teeth (usually the premolars), to make space for aligning teeth into their desired position in the dental arch.