Did You Know that Cosmetic Dentistry Can Improve Your Oral Health?

By Ugly Duck Team - February 12th, 2019 in Uncategorized

Cosmetic dentists work with patients to give them beautiful smiles and a confidence boost that will leave them with a reason to smile. Many have said a confident smile improves their career. But these procedures don’t just offer you a gorgeous grin. Many of them also leave you with a healthier mouth.
 
Dental Implants

Dental implants replace the roots of missing teeth, providing a strong foundation for replacement teeth. These implants connect directly to the jawbone, so they serve to stimulate the jaw and preserve bone density. Since these implants fill in a gap in the mouth, they reduce the risk of gum disease and protect the surrounding teeth from cavities. Finally, they can defend against denture-related issues like bacteria build-up, gum lesions, and facial collapse.

Invisalign Braces
 

When you have crooked and crowded teeth, you may not be able to reach spaces where food particles gather, so you will likely experience more cavities. Brushing your teeth can be more difficult. An unusual bite may also lead to the wearing down of individual teeth, damaged enamel, and difficulty eating and speaking. Fortunately, our cosmetic dentists in Philadelphia use Invisalign Braces to straighten patients’ teeth.

Dental Crowns

This tooth-shaped cap is cemented in place over a tooth that is misshapen or discolored. Dental crowns restore the tooth’s size, shape, appearance, and strength. They can hold together a weakened tooth or restore a broken one, offering protection from decay and greater stability. Veneers can improve the look of your smile, as well as serve a practical function.
 
Dental Bonding

In dental bonding, the dentist applies a tooth-colored composite resin to a chipped, fractured, discolored, or decayed tooth. This procedure may be used as a nearly-invisible tooth filling option, to repair a damaged tooth, or to protect a section of a tooth’s root that has been exposed by receding gums. These are just a few services that Center for Implant Dentistry provides to improve your oral health. Your smile is the first thing others see when they look at you, make it count and schedule an appointment.

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