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Smile Makeover

There are so many things that can be done to help produce the perfect smile.The amount of treatments available to help with this process are many.

With the help of your dentist you can choose what you want or need.

The treatment could be as little as just whitening you teeth or as much as crowns, bridges and implants.
Everyones needs are different.

The selection of treatments can correct a wide range of problems. The main areas of treatments are whitening,
Loonding, veneers, dental crowns, orthodontics, oral maxillofacial surgery, and gummy smile reduction.

There are many technologies available to assist your dentist to choose the treatments and show you what you will look like after them. Software can now digitally change the image of your face to show how you may look.The more treaditional dental models are also taken,of the mouth,to help make the right choice.

Invisalign braces can be used to correct crooked teeth but porcelain veneers can be another option for the some problem but comes with the disadvantage of the teeth being prepared before-hard.

Cosmetic bonding, porcelain veneers or porcelain crowns can be used to correct broken or chipped teeth.

There are many ways to reduce gaps in your teeth.

Lumineers, Da vinci veneers or braces and aligners which will actually move the teeth to reduce the gap.
This problem is normally corrected and performed by an orthodontist rather than a regular dentist.

The colouring of your teeth can be altered with whitening and bleacing.

If a full mouth restoration is apted for. Referal to a maxillofacial surgeon may be need for dental implants.

Before any cosmetic treatments it will be decided if old dental work should be retored,or any new dental work such as crowns,bridges or implants are needed.These will treated first.

With full consultation with your dentist you can create the smile you have always wanted.

In the webside all the articles provide information.This information is not a substitute for an examination by a dentist who will provide the patient with a diagnosos of the necessery treatment.