4 Amazing Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

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Are you tired of hiding your smile? Maybe you’re fed up with hiding from cameras. If so, it could be time to consider cosmetic dentistry.

Cosmetic dentists are skilled at improving your mouth and your teeth to create a beautiful smile. Any kind of dental work that enhances your appearance is considered a type of cosmetic dentistry.

On the whole, cosmetic dental treatments are elective procedures that you choose to undergo to enhance the shape, size, alignment, position, and color of your teeth. However, cosmetic dentistry is sometimes a must to restore the functionality of your teeth and optimize your oral health.

If you’re not happy with the look of your smile, consider the benefits that come with having a cosmetic dental procedure here at Kenosha Breeze Family Dental.

Cosmetic dentistry can:

1. Boost your confidence

If you aren’t happy with your smile, chances are you shy away from being photographed, cover your mouth when laughing, or try not to bare your teeth at all. You may dread presentations, meetings, and social outings.

With a better smile, you’re a lot more likely to show it off — and that could give you a much-needed confidence boost.

Confidence is extremely powerful. Over the years, we’ve seen the right cosmetic dental procedures help turn a shy, withdrawn person into the life of the party. So, don’t be surprised if your new smile, and the confidence that comes with it, helps you with your relationships and your career.

2. Improve your bite

Many people don’t have the ideal bite, whether it’s due to overcrowded, crooked teeth or other conditions.

Thanks to cosmetic dentistry, your bite can be improved dramatically. A better bite means you can eat without damaging your teeth, as sometimes happens because of an unbalanced bite. With a cosmetic procedure, you can give your properly aligned teeth a workout and bite down into pretty much anything.

3. Give you results quickly

Cosmetic dentistry promises a complete smile makeover in less time than you’d need with traditional orthodontics. Porcelain veneers, for example, allow you to forgo the appearance and pain of traditional braces, and teeth whitening can be done in a matter of minutes. With veneers, we can shave away the portion of misaligned teeth and mold the veneers accordingly to fit over your teeth flawlessly.

In just a couple of visits, you can sport a brand-new and improved smile that you’ll be proud to show off in photos.

4. Save you money

It’s no secret that some dental procedures can get pricey quickly. But as long as you deal with your dental issues early on and don’t neglect your teeth after a cosmetic dental procedure, you can save significant amounts of money in the long run.

Dental implants, for example, are worth considering if you’re concerned by how cumbersome dentures can be. With dentures, you need adhesive tapes, creams, and cleaning formulas, and you have to limit certain foods. Dental implants, meanwhile, are permanent and low-maintenance, making them the perfect cosmetic dentistry alternative.

Improve your smile today

As you can see, cosmetic dentistry offers some incredible benefits that go beyond mere appearance. Of course, the biggest benefit of cosmetic dentistry is that you can make big changes to your smile in a short period of time.

If you’re unhappy with the state of your teeth or your smile, don’t hesitate to contact Dennis J. Carlile, DDS, at Kenosha Breeze Family Dental to discuss your cosmetic dentistry options. Call the office today or use the online booking tool.

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