Get Your Dream Smile With Cosmetic Smile Makeover

Get Your Dream Smile With Cosmetic Smile Makeover

Posted by STONEWALL DENTAL ASSOCIATES on Oct 22 2021, 04:13 AM

Smile makeovers involve various cosmetic dentistry procedures to improve the smile’s appearance, such as dental veneers, composite bondings, tooth implants, and teeth whitening. Cosmetic dentists will examine your smile with you and possibly make suggestions to improve certain aspects.

Things to Keep in Mind When Opting for a Smile Makeover

  • The color of your teeth can be improved with teeth whitening if you have stained or dull teeth. A whiter smile can be achieved by replacing amalgam and silver fillings with natural-looking composite restorations. Dentists who specialize in cosmetic dentistry know how to strike the right balance between enhancing your smile and maintaining your teeth’s natural color.
  • Invisalign or braces can be used to straighten crooked, overlapping, or asymmetrically positioned teeth, and veneers can be used to improve their appearance.
  • Dental implants are an integral part of oral health and facial esthetics as they restore teeth and improve oral health when teeth are missing. Implants, bridges, and partial dentures are options for replacing missing teeth.
  • Cosmetic bonding can repair uneven, cracked, or chipped teeth, and reshaping gummy smiles can improve the overall appearance.
  • The smile makeover category includes procedures such as orthodontics or oral maxillofacial surgery for improving or rejuvenating an aging face that lacks volume in the lips, smile, and cheeks.

With the help of a cosmetic dentist, you can create a treatment plan that will accomplish exactly what you want from your makeover. The treatment plan may include cosmetic procedures and functionally restorative ones like teeth whitening, veneers, composite bonding, oral maxillofacial surgery, dental crowns, orthodontics, and smile correction.

Components of an Effective Smile Makeover

Your cosmetic dentist will evaluate your teeth and smile for a number of attributes, including color, alignment, balance, and shape of your teeth when planning your smile makeover.

1. Shape and Length of Teeth 

Long, straight teeth characterize an attractive smile. As we age, our teeth wear down and become shorter. A gummy smile, too, can make them appear shorter. A composite bonding or porcelain veneer may be used to reshape and lengthen the central front teeth in cases of short teeth. You may also be referred to a periodontist if you need root canal treatment for a gummy smile. A cosmetic dentist could also use laser dentistry to modify the gum line and lengthen the appearance of your teeth.

2. Smile Line

Ideally, your smile line should follow the curve of your lower lip when you smile, in addition to the edges of your upper teeth. The length of your new teeth can be determined using this standard reference point.

3. Proportions of Your Teeth and Gums 

Our cosmetic dentist can ensure that your teeth are in the right proportion. Typically, a pleasing smile has dominant two central front teeth and a width-to-length ratio of four to five. As a consequence of this proportion, other teeth in the aesthetic zone appear balanced in length and width.

4. Description of Tooth Texture

Dental artists can custom design crowns or veneers to match the look of natural teeth or photographs, as well as to provide you with a more feminine or masculine appearance.

The lifetime of your smile makeover is also influenced by your ceramist, lab technician, and the materials used by your dentist. Choose your cosmetic dentist carefully and inquire about your material options to obtain the finest results.

Get state-of-the-art cosmetic makeovers at Stonewall Dental Associates at Manassas, VA. To know more details, call us at (703) 368-1000, book online, or visit us at 8719 Stonewall Rd, Manassas, VA 20110.

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