An imperfect smile can affect our personalities in social and professional gatherings. Put an end to those awkward moments when you hide your smile by getting a smile makeover near you.
Dental Issues Addressed by a Makeover
Here are common dental issues that Dr. Thais Rosales addresses at the dental office.
- DiscoloredTeeth. At the same time, it may seem challenging to get rid of coffee or tea stains by brushing. Professional teeth whitening procedures can get rid of tooth discoloration.
- Missing Teeth. Having a missing tooth will not only affect your smile but also increases the risk of tooth decay and bite issues. Dental bridges and implants can be used to correct this.
- Cracked Teeth. Dental crowns may be used if dental fillings are not a viable option.
- Tooth Decay. Mild or severe tooth decay can affect both children and adults. The dentist will clean out the damaged part of the tooth and recommend inlays or onlays to fill the cavity.
Aspects of a Smile That are Reviewed
Various orthodontic treatments can help with aligning and straightening your teeth. Some of these treatments are braces, Invisalign, or incognito lingual braces, available for adults and children.
Teeth whitening procedures will improve the color of dulled or discolored teeth. There are various teeth-whitening options, such as tooth-colored resins, crowns, bridges, or whitening gels. Visit our cosmetic dentist in Boca Raton for a balance, whiter and brighter smile.
Cheeks, Fuller Lips, and Smile
The appearance of our lips and cheeks can dull our smiles. Fortunately, procedures such as oral maxillofacial surgery and orthodontics can rejuvenate aging skin and improve your uneven face. Our dentist in Boca Raton will work closely with you to devise a customized treatment plan to fulfill your smile goals.
How to Maintain your Makeover Result
Here are tips on maintaining your new smile after a smile makeover at Dental Care of Boca Raton.
- Maintain a proper oral hygiene routine of flossing regularly and brushing twice daily.
- Attend regular dental checkups and cleanings after every three or six months.
- Avoid eating or drinking high-pigmented food substances such as coffee or wine and if you do, rinse your mouth or brush it after eating.
- Avoid chewing hard objects like pens or fingernails to avoid damaging or cracking your teeth.
- Wear night guards with your grind or clench your teeth while sleeping. Additionally, wear mouthguards when engaging in contact or physical sports.