Smile Bright This Spring with Cosmetic Dentistry

Spring Enhancements for Your Smile

Spring is a wonderful season for a little cleaning up around the house, but it’s also a wonderful time to give some extra care to your smile! After all, warmer weather means far more photo ops! From graduation ceremonies to class reunions, wedding season to vacation adventures, get ready for those close-ups and reconnecting with old friends, by making sure your smile looks its best. Cosmetic dentistry can help give you a dream smile, just in time for all those special occasions. So consider scheduling an appointment with a cosmetic dentist now.

Great Ways to Enhance Your Smile

  • Whitening is one of the simplest and most popular forms of cosmetic treatment, because of how quickly it can improve the appearance of one’s smile. By helping to erase staining, whitening helps to brighten the teeth, and create a younger-looking smile!
  • But if you have issues other than discoloration, you may want to speak to your dentist about the unique benefits of cosmetic bonding and porcelain veneers. Both help to create a more proportional smile, by hiding imperfections with the size, shape, or even spacing of teeth. Bonding can often be completed faster, and is more affordable than veneers. However, porcelain veneers provide longer-lasting results thanks to the natural stain-resistance of dental porcelain.
  • Gum contouring is a more invasive procedure, but one that can be incredibly effective at improving the smile, when excessive gum tissue is the source of esthetic concern. During this treatment, the dentist (or an oral surgeon) will carefully sculpt the gumline, to create a more beautiful and less “gummy” smile.
  • Finally, if alignment issues have you wanting to hide your smile, why not talk with your cosmetic dentist instead. Invisalign treatment can help to straighten your teeth, without many of the embarrassments and discomforts of traditional braces, making it a great way to improve the alignment and look of your smile, without spending years with noticeable metal orthodontia in your mouth.