Do you suffer from damaged teeth and are in need of a tooth restoration therapy? If so, consider treatments such as veneers, crowns, teeth whitening systems, or dental bonding to repair your teeth and restore your smile. Not only are most restorations designed to enhance the look of your smile, some can even repair its function. No matter which tooth restoration you select, make sure to weigh the benefits of each and assess what exactly will work best for your best oral health results. Listed below are common tooth restorations and their functions:
– Dental Veneers: Dental veneers are considered by many to be one the superstar treatments of cosmetic dentistry, as they can safely convert turn many damaged smiles into masterpieces. Dental veneers work by attaching a thin, customizable layer to the fronts of teeth for nearly any desired look possible, enhancing not only the tooth’s look but your entire smile.
– Dental Crowns: Dental crowns are an excellent tooth restoration service for concealing dental damage as they fully enclose the visible portion of teeth above the gum line. Not only can crowns be shaped and molded for the look you desire, they also serve to guard the underlying tooth from future damage.
– Teeth Whiteners: Teeth whiteners are exploding across the retail landscape as one of the hottest dental products on the market today, and are even replacing toothbrushes for many young individuals go-to selection for a brighter smile. However, even though tooth whiteners can produce much whiter teeth, they are not an oral health care product designed to protect against tooth decay or gum disease. In addition, store-bought whiteners are unreliable and can be dangerous. As an alternative, professional whitening treatment at our office are extremely safe and reliable.
– Dental Bonding: Dental bonding is a highly effective tooth restoration process designed ot repair irregularities on teeth by attaching a tooth-colored product directly onto teeth without fully covering or concealing the natural tooth.
If you would like to discuss tooth restoration treatments with Dr. Alan J. White and the rest of our team here at Dr. Alan J. White, D.D.S., please schedule an appointment to come see us at our dentist office in Staunton, Virginia. Our number is 540-886-1979. We look forward to speaking with you soon!