Here at Lifetime Family Dental, we pride ourselves on the positive change we can help create through cosmetic dentistry. We want to help you understand the ins and outs of cosmetic dentistry and share our passion for the creativity and positivity that comes from it.
What is Cosmetic Dentistry?
Essentially, cosmetic dentistry helps to focus on building the positive appearance of one’s smile. It helps to build confidence through improving the areas of your smile that individuals may be less than pleased with. With cosmetic dentistry, the services may not be to affect the functionality of the teeth or mouth, but rather the aesthetic look. It is less a necessity, but more a desired service. There are several areas that cosmetic dentistry address.
Types of Cosmetic Dentistry
With cosmetic dentistry, there are various options for ways to improve the appearance of your smile. Each individual may have different needs and desires for what they are looking for. Cosmetic dentistry services include:
-Full Mouth Reconstruction
What to Expect in Consultation
The initial consultation will help you gain understanding of what treatment moving forward looks like for your specific needs. You will be able to establish a connection with your dentist, and help them understand what you do or do not like about your smile. It will be a time of gathering information about your teeth, your past and present concerns and specific treatment options that best fit your needs. A few areas that may be addressed during consultation may include:
-Prior dental history, and dental records
-Impressions of your upper and lower teeth
-Discussion of color for your teeth
-Shapes and sizes of desired teeth
Your consultation will be a time to collaborate with your dentist. You will be able to create a treatment plan together, one that you are happy with and that is able to be done by your capable dentist.
Come to Lifetime Family Dental to learn more about our cosmetic dentistry services and how we can help improve your smile!
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