Are you unhappy with your smile? Perhaps the appearance of your teeth makes you self-conscious, affecting your overall confidence level. Take heart. Thanks to several cosmetic treatments available today, you can improve your smile and get the pearly whites you’ve been longing for. And the results can not only improve your appearance, but your overall quality of life. Here’s how:
This is the number one reason patients choose cosmetic dentistry. There are several treatments available that can correct stains, reshape teeth, fill in chips or cracks, and re-contour worn edges. The result: cosmetic dentistry can help you look years younger.
Cosmetic dentistry is an excellent way to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Your procedure will involve teeth straightening, reshaping and whitening, which will give you extra motivation to maintain excellent oral hygiene. Your doctor will likely recommend you be wary of certain foods and beverages that may discolor your new teeth and, as a result, it makes sense that your health will also improve.
When you have crooked teeth, the misalignment of your teeth can cause your bite to radiate pain in your head and cause chronic headaches.
Prevention of Further Damage
While cosmetic dentistry is meant to improve the appearance of your smile, it can also help protect against future tooth damage by covering up any worn edges or hairline fractures on your teeth that may otherwise expose your teeth to greater complications.
Through cosmetic dentistry, you’ll find yourself being more confident in your smile and feeling great about your appearance. This improvement to your pearly whites will likely give you the self-confidence to be more social and extroverted than you were before. What’s more, studies have shown that people with healthy looking smiles have better outcomes in interviews and have an advantage in social situations. When you radiate positivity, people are more likely to be drawn to you.
Do you want to learn more about how cosmetic dentistry can benefit you? Call and speak to our New Patient Coordinator at 281.265.7645 for more information or click here to contact us.