If you are unsatisfied with the way your teeth look or function, orthodontics can help. Crooked, overcrowded, or protruding teeth have an effect on more than just your appearance. The positioning of your teeth can influence your susceptibility to tooth decay and gum disease, the way the teeth align, in addition to your total oral health and well being.
Ortho Treatment changes the positioning of your teeth and in so doing enhances their appearance and functionality. Orthodontic treatment can also greatly enhance facial physical appearance and how your jaw muscles and joints operate. Using braces, retainers, or other devices to provide slight pressure over the span of several months or even years, your teeth can be slowly shifted into the desired location.
Orthodontic complications can be a result of accidents or behaviors, such as finger and thumb sucking or tongue-thrusting or may be caused by genetics. Your local orthodontist can treat the following orthodontic problems: crowded or crooked teeth, overbites, underbites, open bite (when the backside teeth match up and the front teeth do not), inadequate or an excess of gaps in between your teeth, extra or missing teeth. Every orthodontic issue is different, but the most frequent orthodontic issues treated with children are often inadequate alignment, while for older patients it is crooked and crowding teeth.
Orthodontics may focus on dental displacement only, or orthodontic treatment could also take care of the control and modification of facial structural growth. Orthodontic treatment may be performed for purely aesthetic motives as well, such as restoring the overall appearance of your teeth. In the end, treatment not only improves your visual appeal, but your oral health at the same time.
Crowded, crooked and protruding teeth have an effect on your physical appearance and may impact self confidence. Your teeth are also prone … Read the rest
Can you confidently smile while facing the camera? Are you happy with the shape or length of your teeth? Welcome to the world of smile makeovers! Cosmetic Dentistry has made it possible for everyone to have a smile that is no less than that of a Hollywood celebrity.
Recent statistics have shown that:
- More than 75% of the people lack the confidence to smile in front of the camera.
- Around 45% judge others by the way they smile.
- Around 80% of the people feel that their bad smiles have affected them psychologically.
Cosmetic Dentistry with the help of smile makeovers will change all that. Let's try and understand the concept of smile makeovers better!
These involve (more than one in most cases) a cosmetic, facial rejuvenation or a dental procedure to improve the look of your smile. People go for smile makeovers for a number of reasons. While some go for them in order to get a pearly white, flawless, celebrity kind of look, others go for them in order to make simple improvements to their looks. Thanks to modern cosmetic dentistry, there are many ways to improve the looks for your smiles.
Here are some simple treatments at a glance:
- Treatment for Crooked Teeth: Crooked teeth can be aligned with the help of conventional orthodontics as well as braces. 'Instant orthodontics' will require your teeth to be covered with porcelain veneers.
- Treatment for Chipped / Broken Teeth: These can mainly be treated with the help of the following 3 procedures:
- Cosmetic Bonding
- Porcelain Veneers
- Porcelain Crowns
The type of treatment depends upon the amount of damage caused to your teeth.
- Replacement of Missing Teeth: A number of functional problems may arise if your teeth start to fall off. Missing teeth can easily replaced with the help of