Clear braces use a series of clear, removable aligner trays to straighten crooked or crowded teeth.
In dental bonding, a cosmetic dentist puts a composite material directly on damaged or discolored teeth and then shapes and hardens it using a UV light or laser.
Think of a dental crown like a new outfit for your tooth. Placed over the pearly white, the crown fully encases the tooth to change its shape, size, and strength. Common materials for crowns include porcelain, stainless steel, and ceramic.
Invisalign aligners are used to straighten crooked or crowded teeth, as well as close gaps and adjust overbites. The treatment involves wearing clear, plastic trays that are custom-designed for your mouth, making Invisalign a less-noticeable alternative to metal braces. For best results, it's recommended that you wear the aligners at least 20 hours per day throughout your entire treatment, switching to a new set of aligners roughly every two weeks until you've reached your desired results.
This type of dental work refers to thin pieces of porcelain that are bonded to the original tooth. Porcelain veneers enhance the size, shape, and color of those pearly whites. Learn more in our porcelain veneer overview
Get information about tooth repair, see tooth repair pictures, and learn more from cosmetic dentists about repairing chipped teeth.
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