Everything You Need to Know About Getting a Smile Makeover

Posted on: October 10, 2017

Smile MakeoverIf you are reading this, then you are considering effective methods for enhancing your smile. It is important to seek our professional service when there are so many over-the-counter products that are not nearly as effective as a professional smile makeover. A smile makeover includes any cosmetic dental process or processes that are done with the goal of improving your smile. Your makeover can include procedures that:

  • Whiten teeth
  • Change the size or shape of teeth
  • Straighten teeth
  • Restore damage to the teeth

A smile makeover is all about getting you the smile you have always wanted. During your consultation, we will ask you questions in order to get a better feel of what you hope to achieve with your makeover. We will also consider other factors like the shape of your teeth, your skin tone, your hair color, the appearance of your face, and the color of your teeth to determine how to go about getting you the perfect smile you desire.

Below is information on how some of these different factors affect the smile makeover process for helping you get a new smile.

1. The color of your teeth

We can make improvements to the appearance of a smile by removing any metallic fillings and replacing them with natural-looking composite fillings. We can also address minor discolorations with teeth whitening procedures.

More severe cases of discoloration, which are a normal part of the aging process, require cosmetic dental procedures like dental veneers, bridges, implants, crowns, and composite bonding. We will determine what the best course of action is after thoroughly examining the color of the patient’s teeth.

2. Missing teeth

Missing teeth can have as much impact as discolored teeth do on the way one feels about his or her smile. During the smile makeover, we will examine any gaps between teeth to figure out the best way to cover them up. The options typically explored to deal with missing teeth include implants, bridges, or partial dentures.

3. The alignment of your teeth

We all know a few people who were not born with properly aligned teeth. Regardless of how severe the case is, we will address this during the smile makeover. Options include orthodontics, braces, and veneers.

4. Chipped or broken teeth

During a smile makeover, we will also keep an eye out for chipped teeth. A chipped tooth can ruin a smile regardless of the shade of the teeth. Fortunately, there are many ways to restore a chipped tooth to the way it was. Some of these include composite bonding, veneers, crowns, or, in severe cases, implants.

These are only four of the potential treatments included in a smile makeover from Contemporary Dentistry and Implantology PC. Thus, we recommend giving us a call at (734) 455-0095 since we can enhance a variety of features on a patient’s face. Anything that negatively affects the way your face, lips, and cheeks look will be thoroughly examined during your consultation. Most of the processes involved are relatively painless, so there’s no need to let fear hold you back from restoring your smile or getting the smile you always wished you had.


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