Smile Makeover

A smile makeover with a tooth whitening, ceramic veneers and ceramic crown, which gives high strength and beautiful cosmetic results.

Beautiful smiles can be made, such as tooth contouring or tooth binding and treating patients with cheerful results. Talking to your dentist about your options is a great first step to getting the smile you want.

1. Bonding

Bonding is a process in which tooth-color resins are used and is especially hard to light, finally making the tooth content “binding” to improve the person’s smile.

In the simplest and least costly of cosmetic dental plans, bodybuilding can repair slip or broken teeth, replace gaps, change the shape of teeth, or be used as a cosmetic option to silver fillings.

2. Veneer

A veneer is a custom-made shell that covers the front surface of the tooth. The vanes are made from porcelain or rasin joint, changing their color, shape, size or length, bound in the front of the tooth.

The robe gives a conservative approach to changing the color or shape of a tooth about the crown, but the process is not reversible.

3. Crown

The crown is the cover or “cap” that your dentist can place on the tooth. The crown replaces the tooth to its normal shape, size and function. A crown can strengthen a tooth or improve the way it looks.

Reasons you may need a crown:

  • You have a cavity that is too big to fill
  • You have teeth, break them, or unless weaken
  • You have root canal treatment – the crown will protect the restored tooth
  • You want to cover colored or badly shaped teeth and improve your smile

4. Enamel Shaping

Enamel assessment is an effective method to improve the look of miss shaped, oversize, rough or uneven teeth shape. The enamel makes the shape that it involves removing or rearranging a small part of the outer surface of the tooth to create a smooth, uniform appearance. The process is fast and comfortable and the results can see in a few minutes.   

To reshape the enamel, the dentist uses the same equipment used to polish the teeth during regular cleaning. To make an easy look, the goal of removing a tiny amount of enamel from the surface. They usually do the enamel shape without anesthetic.   

The opposite of enamel reshaping is bondage. Dentist apply small amounts of tooth-colored resin material to add and fill holes or small gaps in the teeth. After binding, the dentist uses a polishing tool to make the surface smooth. Together, enamel shapes and bonding give you a quick and easy way to improve your smile.

5. Braces

Dental braces can repair congested or crooked teeth or to remove misleading jaws, known as malocclusion. we find many people who need dental brackets during their early teenage years, but adults can also enjoy wearing braces. The goal of dental brace is to align your teeth and jaw and make a fun smile.

Improve verbal compromises and reduce tooth decay and increase the extra space between them in better oral health. Breathing teeth are easy to clean like the gums, so the risk of problems like tooth decay, gingivitis or even tooth loss can be reduced.

“Braces” are actual devices that attach to the teeth. They usually have “brackets” that are bound to the teeth and a metal wire that is included in the brackets. The metal wire is “tightened” and works together with the tooth to move the tooth in the desired position. We also use other components in connection with the bracket to move the bones such as teeth, jaw and bones and expansion devices. When orthodontics work on tooth movements, they often work with the development of one’s facial bone to achieve optimal jaw dimensions and relationships.

6. Teeth Whitening

In this process the tooth is washed with a white color. After treatment, the teeth are seen in small amounts, but usually not bright white.

Tooth whitening is also generally referred to as Dental bleaching, mainly because the active part in most of the products is hydrogen peroxide (or products that fills hydrogen peroxide when mixed with water or air).

7. Composite Fillings

We use a Composite filling to improve teeth, creaks, fractures, or acne emission. We remove the affected part of the teeth and cleaned before restoration with a bonded composite paste. We call composite fillings as “dental fix” or “bonding”.

Thisremove the damaged or affected part of the tooth and then fills the space with a composite material. There are different types of elements available, for repairing teeth. 

The most commonly used materials is composite. This combine material provides structure and support for the tooth while blending with the natural tooth surface.

it’s available in a wide range of shades and we design to mimic the natural color, texture and opacity of your teeth, for restorative fixes which are virtually invisible to the untrained eye. Our dentists will work with you to make sure that the composite resin used is a perfect match for your teeth. Even if you intend to have your teeth whitened, the resin will still look seamless and discreet.