This restorative and cosmetic dental work could be the answer you’re looking for.
There are so many options when it comes to cosmetic dentistry that you may be confused as to which treatment will give you the results you want. Of course, it’s important to figure out what your goals are for treatment so that our Columbus, GA dentist, Dr. Tyler Myers, can help you come up with the best option for you. Here are three popular restorations and why they are so often used.
There are many situations in which a dental crown can be a great choice. If you are dealing with a tooth that is cracked, chipped or broken, a dental crown is a great way to restore it. Dental crowns can be made from many different materials, but porcelain or composite resin tend to be the most popular because they look most like natural teeth. These porcelain crowns are placed over the tooth to improve strength, function and appearance. While crowns can also be used to improve the shape and color of a malformed or discolored tooth there are other cosmetic options to consider if you want to improve just the appearance of a tooth.
This is a popular way for patients to finally get the straighter and more attractive smile they’ve always wanted. These thin porcelain shells are adhered to the front of your tooth to cover minor to more severe imperfections like discolorations, malformed teeth and even gaps between teeth. Since they require less tooth enamel removal than dental crowns they tend to be a more popular choice in Columbus.
If you are missing one or more permanent teeth and are looking for a restoration that will truly last you a long time then it’s time to consider getting dental implants. These are the only tooth replacement that naturally fuses together with the jawbone to take the place of missing tooth roots. From there a dental crown, bridge or even a full set of dentures can be placed over this restoration to replace missing teeth.
Do you have questions about cosmetic dentistry? Want to see how North Park Family Dentistry in Columbus, GA could improve your smile? If so, then call us today and schedule your no-risk consultation.