What treatments may be done in a full mouth smile makeover in central HK?
At our practice, we do everything possible to ensure that our patients enjoy the beautiful smile they deserve. Thanks to the full mouth smile makeover, central HK patients can enjoy the benefits of the smile they have always wanted. The aesthetics of the smile have become more important over the years as patients find themselves in careers and situations in which they are face-to-face with customers and clients, and want to look their best. Others have struggled with cosmetic issues their entire lives and they are ready to take control of their smile with a full mouth smile makeover.
With the help of cosmetic dentistry, several treatments may be done to help a central HK patient restore his or her entire smile. Here are just a few of the treatments that may be recommended to improve a smile during a full mouth smile makeover:
Porcelain veneers can be used to cover teeth that have imperfections. They are often used when other cosmetic restorative procedures have failed to work. For example, a tooth that is deeply discolored and it does not respond to teeth whitening may require veneers. Veneers can be used on just one tooth or several teeth within a smile.
Crowns are made to protect teeth and to help them blend in with the rest of the patient’s smile. Teeth that are cracked, chipped, or otherwise broken will benefit from a dental crown, which is made of porcelain and created to match the patient’s existing teeth closely.
Sometimes, all a patient’s smile needs is a teeth whitening treatment. In our practice, patients can choose between in-office and at-home whitening treatments. The dentist will discuss the benefits of each and help them make a decision in regards to which one is best for their particular situation and dental needs.
Orthodontics has come a long way, and now, dentists can provide treatments such as Invisalign to help patients straighten their teeth. Invisalign uses clear aligner trays instead of bracket and wire braces to move teeth into better positions.Back to Cosmetic Dentistry Page