Cosmetic Dentists

We all know how important a good smile is. It could make all the difference the next time you are considered for a raise, go out on a hot date, or get pulled over for a speeding ticket.

Cosmetic dentists focus on a branch of cosmetic surgery that aims solely to enhance the look of your teeth. Implant Dentist fixes chipped and deformed teeth with porcelain veneers and other bonding treatments.

There are three main types of cosmetic dental procedures. Denver laser tooth whitening and


Best Tooth Whitening focuses on the color of the teeth, implants and bonding aim to fix chips and deformations, and veneers do a bit of both.

All of these procedures are meant to increase you self-confidence through a brighter and more beautiful smile.

For those who need cosmetic dental surgery Denver, but can’t shake the queasy feeling when they are in a dentist’s chair, there is are sedation dentists.

Cosmetic Dentistry Explained

Direct Bonding - With this method, the dentist does not grind the teeth. A white material is directly applied (bonded) to an existing tooth. This procedure affords an improvement in cosmetics, but is not as aesthetic as porcelain. Over a period of time, approximately five years, the bonding will change color. But this is a less expensive procedure than veneers or crowns.

Porcelain Crowns (caps) - Crowns can be done on any tooth, both top and bottom, but if there are large fillings on the front teeth, you will need crowns as opposed to a veneer. The process is similar to that of veneers, except you have to grind down the entire tooth, and then a cover or cap is made to cover each tooth. The procedure can be more expensive and time-consuming, but the overall effect is excellent.

Bleaching - Bleaching your teeth can change the color to several shades lighter. There are a number of techniques used. The take-home method uses custom-made trays. The procedure takes about two weeks. You place the bleach in the trays each night, slip the trays on your teeth and sleep with them. In-office bleaching is another procedure but it can be more expensive. In-office bleaching involves a light-activated bleach that is put on the teeth. It takes approximately three hours.

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