Top Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure

Cosmetic dentistry is all about hiding defects and modifying dental features. But, which application or process in cosmetic dentistry can change the look of the teeth completely? Which one is the best procedure for a smile makeover? How can I hide my dental flaw? How to smile like celebrities? The one and only answer to all these questions is dental veneers; yes, the application of veneers will provide the perfect smile and it is the best procedure in cosmetic dentistry which can clear all the dental flaws. The procedure of getting dental veneers involves porcelain wafer and removal of first enamel layers of teeth. Dental veneers cannot be pre-made as it requires dental impressions for the accurate customization.

The main use of cosmetic dentistry is to design wonderful smiles. So do you think it is for you? Yes, there are many advantages to this, but the choice is completely yours; Do you want this or not? There are no disadvantages of cosmetic dentistry, but still you have to look at many things before considering cosmetic dentistry, because it is a matter of your body and your appearance. Spending huge money on something without getting the desired results is awful. Lets’s discuss this subject so that you can decide whether you want this or not.

Tooth Whitening
Every one of us wish a white, healthy smile. Tooth Whitening or dental bleaching is the fastest growing and most common procedure by local cosmetic dentists. This is not a new, modern invention, as tooth whitening is being practised by people from as early as Roman civilisation where urine and goat milk was used to keep the teeth white!

There are a variety of reasons for the discoloring of adult teeth. Teeth of kids are often found to be whiter and brighter. As we grow up, we tend to neglect our teeth resulting in different oral problems. Adult teeth often becomes darker due to certain changes in the mineral structure. Another reason may also be that due to phosphate deficiency, the enamel becomes less porous. Bacterial pigments present in food can also darken the color of your teeth. Ingestion of tea, coffee, tobacco, wine and other colored drinks like cola causes discoloration of teeth.

There are many remedies for such a condition, both home remedies and professional treatments. There are home tooth-whitening kits, gels, creams and toothpastes available in the market. A home tooth-whitening kit generally contains carbamide peroxide, a bleach that is capable of removing both deep stains, as well as surface stains.Then there are some kits where a peroxide-based gel is applied to the surface of the teeth using a small brush. Whitening strips are also available in the market which are to be worn for two- three minutes daily for a week, or so. Different whitening toothpastes are now available in the market which may be of some use also. However, you must be careful while using chemical tooth whiteners on your teeth if you have had some kinds of dental works like crowns, bonding, implants, etc. Consult your dentist before you plan to use any such whitening products.