Smile RestorationCosmetic dentistry focuses on helping people feel confident by creating brilliant smiles. Advances in dental technology have provided dentists with more corrective options than were once available. Patients often walk in hiding their smiles, unsure of what can be done, but they are sure to walk out excited about facing the world with a new smile. We are here to answer questions when you decide it is the right time to take your smile to the next level.

Time to Transform Your Smile

A person’s smile can be a perplexing feature since it is one of the first things people notice upon meeting someone new. Cosmetic dentistry services can help restore confidence by transforming smiles. If you find yourself avoiding your company’s New Year’s Eve party, or you hesitate to RSVP for your high school reunion, now is the time to begin revitalizing your smile. An initial consultation and thorough dental exam will allow your dentist to develop a plan of action that will take you one step closer to the smile of your dreams.

Versatility in Cosmetic Dentistry

Each smile restoration is as unique as the person seeking solutions. Let’s look at some treatment options beginning with the least invasive.

Crowns are used to keep a filling in place when the tooth is non existent. They also strengthen your regular teeth by giving extra protection. If you have discolored teeth or teeth that are misshapen, a crown will help you have a smile of which you can be proud.

Composite fillings are tooth-colored fillings that replace areas of teeth that are affected by damage or decay. More of the natural tooth structure is preserved than was with traditional amalgam (silver) fillings. In some cases, a composite filling may be used to repair minor chips or cracks in teeth.

Invisalign is a corrective option for many who would have chosen traditional braces in the past. A series of clear tray aligners help guide teeth into place over the course of treatment, which usually lasts from six months to two years.

Dental implants are prosthetic teeth that look and feel like natural teeth. A biocompatible post fuses with the jaw bone to provide a solid foundation. A crown is attached to the post with a connector piece and is virtually indistinguishable from the surrounding natural teeth.

What Is Stopping You?

It is an exciting time to be a cosmetic dentist. To see the power of a smile as patients look in the mirror for the first time after treatment is inspiring.

Why wait? Give Madison Dental Health Partners a call to schedule an initial consultation!