Rarely are people born with naturally perfect smiles. Even if you’re one of the lucky ones that didn’t need braces, things such as playing sports or accidents can chip teeth. Also, habits such as smoking, drinking coffee or wine can stain one’s teeth, diminishing that once brilliant smile.
Even in the 90s, actors and models would often have stained teeth from coffee, wine, and smoking. These days, however, you rarely see an actor or a model without beautiful teeth. The reason is because in the past two decades, dental materials and techniques have improved dramatically.
Now, almost anyone can achieve a celebrity smile using materials that are strong and resistant to color changes. If you would love to have a brighter smile, or if you’ve been longing to fix your imperfections, there’s never been a better time. Today, the demand for cosmetic dentistry is greater than ever and it’s your turn to indulge.
With 60 being the new 50, and 50 being the new 40, more and more baby boomers are turning to cosmetic dentistry to look as young as they feel. Whether you’re 20 and looking to touch up what braces couldn’t perfect, or 50 and wanting to restore your youthful smile, there’s bound to be a procedure that can accommodate your needs.
Benefits of cosmetic dentistry include:
- Can fill in gaps
- The results are predictable
- Improves appearance
- Reshapes teeth
- Close spaces
- Restores short or worn out teeth
- Alters the length of teeth
- Repairs chipped teeth
- Brightens teeth
- Corrects imperfections
- Yields long-lasting results
Cosmetic dentistry can involve subtle changes to major repairs. If you are not satisfied with your smile, a cosmetic dentist can perform a variety of procedures to improve your smile and your appearance.
Cosmetic dentistry involves many techniques that treat teeth that are discolored, missing, chipped, or misshapen. With the latest advances in modern dentistry, it is possible to brighten, reshape, and alter the length of your teeth.
Often, these improvements go beyond being cosmetic. In many cases, these treatments can improve the function of your teeth and other oral problems, such as your bite. Common cosmetic procedures include bleaching, bonding, crowns, veneers, contouring, and reshaping.
Which procedure is right for you?
Our Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist can answer any questions you have about which treatments would improve your smile. Typically, the condition of a patient’s teeth and their desired results will dictate the best course of treatment.
Contact Bedford Dental Group to schedule your free initial consultation!