You probably choose a haircut and color that complements your face. Your style in clothing is likely intended to be figure-flattering. You may wear makeup to enhance skin, eyes, or lips. Cosmetic dentistry does the same thing for your smile. It is a meaningful, lasting investment in your appearanceand self-esteem. Dr. Boppana and her team at Perfect 32 Family Dentistry help men and women in Garland, TX love their smiles.
In Dr. Boppana’s care, you can count on a smile makeover specifically designed to achieve the look you want, with respect for your budget and schedule.
Here are some smile features that can be improved with cosmetic dentistry:
Custom-fit trays comfortably hold a prescription-strength teeth whitening agent in place. Wear the trays for about an hour a day until teeth are as bright as you’d like. Periodic retreatment keeps your smile brilliant.
Shape and size of teeth
Teeth that are worn down, look too short, or have unusual shape can be improved with fast and economical dental bonding. It blends seamlessly with natural dentition.
Do you really want others to know you’ve had cavities? Obvious silver-colored amalgam fillings can be replaced with dental bonding material.
Lustrous porcelain veneers are the secret behind many Hollywood-perfect smiles. These thin layers of dental ceramic mask enamel flaws and bring beautiful uniformity to teeth.
Veneers are sometimes called “instant orthodontics” because they can also be used to disguise minor misalignment. Teeth that are a bit more crooked benefit from Invisalign clear braces.
Proportion of gums to teeth
If you have a “gummy” smile, Dr. Boppana has solutions. Options include soft tissue recontouring, gum grafting, crown recontouring, or crown lengthening.
Even one missing tooth is noticeable. It can also lead to bone loss that causes a sunken facial appearance. With dental implants, bridges, and partial dentures, there is no need to have a space in your smile.
General belief is that porcelain or composite veneers are a form of cosmetic treatment, while they also help restore damaged – chips and cracks in tooth enamel.