A dentist will use dental crowns for different purposes. When a patient needs a smile makeover, the treatment goal is to transform the appearance of the smile for better cosmetic appeal and, consequently, correct certain functional issues. Continue reading to learn when dental crowns might be recommended as part of a smile makeover plan.A smile…
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Regardless of what you do not like about your smile, we can fix it. Whether you have teeth that are severely stained, are discolored from years of smoking or drinking coffee, gaps between your teeth, or teeth that are missing or crooked, we have the treatment solutions to help. This is what makes us such a popular dentist to visit for smile makeovers.
We can create a customized treatment plan on the exact condition and position of your teeth today and what the goals are for your smile. People are surprised to learn how many Hollywood stars have relied on cosmetic dentists to create their beautiful smile and attractive appearance. We could do the same thing for you and encourage you to schedule an appointment with James M. Adkins, DDS to learn how.
Teeth whitening is one of our most popular procedures since even people who are not getting a full smile makeover will visit us for a regular teeth whitening appointment. This is a fast, simple and affordable way to improve your appearance by eliminating stains and discoloration from your teeth. You can truly look years younger by simply whitening your teeth.
Dental veneers are thin porcelain shells that we can bond to the surface of your teeth. They essentially replace the enamel, so that you will see the veneers instead of your natural teeth when you smile. This is hugely advantageous. This procedure allows us to shape the veneers in such a way that we can close gaps between your teeth, change the shape/size of them, cover dark stains, and even make crooked teeth appear to be more straight.
No smile makeover is complete without addressing any damaged teeth. We can place dental crowns around teeth that suffer enamel loss or have cracks/chips in them. We can have a dental lab create dental crowns with a tooth-colored material so they blend in instead of standing out like silver crowns. This makes it possible for us to replace your existing metal crowns or to give you new ones while improving your smile.
If you are missing any teeth, we recommend that you visit our office right away to have them replaced. We can do so with dental implants, a permanent solution for tooth loss that most closely mirrors your natural teeth. Dental implants look, feel, and behave like natural teeth, making them an excellent solution for your oral health and appearance.
Stop living with a smile that you are not proud of. We can change your smile and improve your appearance so that you can be confident to flash your pearly whites. To learn more or to schedule an appointment call our office today.
Request a smile makeover appointment here: http://planodentist.net or call James M. Adkins, DDS at (469) 393-0479 for an appointment in our Plano dental office.
There are several ways that cosmetic dentistry can address teeth discoloration, including professional, in-office teeth whitening, dental bonding and dental veneers. Learning more about each treatment option can help you decide which option is best for you and why a cosmetic dentist may recommend one treatment option instead of another. Teeth discoloration occurs as a result…
A cosmetic dentist works to improve patients’ smiles. There are many ways that your smile can be improved. There are both short-term and long-term benefits to you and they do not all involve the looks of your smile. Continue reading to learn more about how your smile can be improved.The teeth can become yellowed over…
Talk to a cosmetic dentist and they will tell you some foods are better for your teeth than others. There are multiple ways foods and beverages can damage or ruin the appearance of a person's teeth. Some foods damage teeth with their acid content, many discolor teeth, while others can damage oral structures.Here are some…