Aesthetic dentistry blends science and art to improve the appearance of your teeth. The practice helps to straighten teeth that are damaged, missing, crooked, cracked and chipped.
Many people believe that a flawless smile is the main goal for aesthetic dentistry. While improving the appearance and shine of your smile are a component of the procedure, it's not its primary objective. Instead, aesthetic dentistry focuses specifically on the overall well-being and functionality of your mouth.
Combining cosmetics and this emphasis on dental well-being and health the result is a smile that is beautiful, healthy and lasts for a long time.
The advantages of aesthetic dentistry
- A more cosmetic approach could result in the appearance of a famous, Chiclet-white smile that is harmonious and appealing visually (if not fake). The smile is accurate however, it may appear fake or natural.
- A more aesthetic approach is, however, a way to go beyond than simply produce a flawless smile. It blends various techniques from science and artistic abilities to give you an aesthetic smile that complements your own personality and features and helps you attain your dental health.
- Aesthetic dentistry could be straightforward as simply replacing a discolored and chipped filling with a natural-looking one that is seamlessly matched to the natural teeth. It could also require more intricate procedures, such as replacing a damaged or decaying tooth using a dental implant and a natural-looking crown.