Evaluating Your Smile
If you’ve been thinking about doing something to improve or change the look of your teeth, it may be time to consider cosmetic dentistry from Marquette Dentistry in Houston. Whether it’s time for a whitening or you want to fix a chip, we will ensure you leave our office feeling more confident than when you walked in.
When you come into Marquette, we will have you answer some questions about your teeth that will help our dental professional create a custom plan for you, so the results you see at the end of treatment are the ones you really want. The questions will include some of the following:
- Do you like the way your teeth look?
- What makes you feel unhappy when it comes to your teeth?
- Do you dislike the color of your teeth?
- Are there spaces between your teeth? If so, how long have they been there?
- Do any of your teeth have cracks or chips?
- Are you missing any of your teeth?
- Are any of your teeth crooked?
- Are you happy about the positions and shape of your teeth?
- Do you think your teeth are too long or too short?
Treatment Choices For A New Smile
Due to the advances made in cosmetic dentistry over the past 25 years, there are many choices to pick from when you want to change the look of your teeth. With all the additional procedures and materials available to you, you can have the appealing and natural-looking teeth you’ve always wanted with the help of our office.
If the shape of your teeth bother you, we can change their contour for a more alluring appearance. With our professional bleaching, you can whiten your teeth with ease. Any chips or cracks can easily be repaired with bonding, while veneers can handle gaps, poor shape, and teeth out of alignment. Everything we use in your mouth for repair is made to be match your tooth’s specific shade, so the result matches the rest of your teeth without a problem. If you are worried about the look of braces, we offer less visible or “invisible” options for our clients. We can place braces on the back of your teeth, and in some cases, treatments can be done with clear plastic mouthpiece aligners that can be removed.
With these new options for cosmetic dentistry, you can have natural-looking teeth and the attractive smile you’ve been wishing for.
Our options include:
Veneers: Custom made casings that are designed to cover the front of your tooth. They are made from tooth-colored materials and can be used to cover stained, crooked or misshapen teeth. Veneers can also be used on teeth that are worn or chipped.
Tooth Whitening: A procedure, also called bleaching, that brightens discolored and stained teeth. Whitening can be done on teeth with a root canal treatment or living teeth.
Bonding: a procedure that adheres tooth-colored materials to a tooth surface to enhance the appearance of chipped, broken, cracked, or stained teeth. The process of bonding can improve stains on teeth from food, drink, or medication, fix front-tooth gaps and cover cracks or chips from accidents. Bonding will typically last three to five years with proper tooth care.
Enamel Shaping: a procedure that shapes or contours natural teeth. This procedure can help when teeth are crowded, uneven, or appear to be too long.
These cosmetic dentistry procedures will help you have more attractive teeth and more confidence in your smile.
Discussing with our dentist which procedure would be best for you and your smile will give you information about what to expect with each procedure, as well as what the intended costs will be.
Having a smile you feel good about can make you feel good about other aspects in life. A healthy and attractive smile can be significant in your personal life, in the work environment, and in social interactions. It’s important to be happy with your appearance — and much of your appearance comes from your smile. When you’re not happy, people can tell. If you’re letting your smile or your teeth hold you back, it may be time for cosmetic dentistry.
With all the advances in cosmetic dental work, you have the choice to change your teeth! You don’t have to settle for stained and misshapen teeth. Even the subtlest changes can make a world of difference, not only in the way you look, but in the way you feel. Speak with our dentist at Marquette Dentistry today to discuss your options and see how our procedures could be beneficial for your teeth and your future.