Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry - tooth restoration with Porcelain Crowns - Springfield, MOCosmetic dentistry is often defined as any dental procedure that improves the look of your smile. In this case, the form of a person's teeth, gums, and bite are more important than the function.  The goal here is to create a positive change to your teeth and your smile. If you aren't happy with your smile, we recommend that you consult a cosmetic dentist to explore your options.

Cosmetic dentistry is more popular than any time in recent memory.  It can brighten and straighten, or close spaces tp improve the look of your smile. Also, cosmetic dentists have a wide array of tools and ideas for enhancing the look of your grin.

Before choosing to try any corrective procedures, it's vital to know the pros and cons. Find out what you can expect over the long term. Ensure you're clear about what it will cost. Learn about the amount of experience your dentist has with cosmetic dentistry. Will they require any future upkeep?

You may wonder how cosmetic and restorative dentistry differ. While there is some crossover between the two fields, they have unique goals. For example, they both may use crowns or implants. These two areas of dentistry require varying types of know how. Cosmetic dentists go past restoring a person's tooth health to achieve the look that is important to their patients.

Also, explore our comprehensive list of dental care choices.

Invisalign

Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign is an alternative technology that uses nearly invisible clear aligners to straighten crooked teeth.

Teeth Whitening

As the title implies, Teeth Whitening is a process for making teeth whiter, brighter, and more attractive.

Esthetic Bonding

Damaged Teeth, be it chipped, decayed, cracked, or otherwise, can benefit from Esthetic Bonding, to instantly improve their appearance.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers allow dentists to improve the appearance of your front teeth while also strengthening them by using custom-made, thin shells bonded to the front of the teeth.