Monday, October 8, 2007

Do You have Chipped Teeth, Missing Teeth, or Discolored Smile?


Cosmetic dentistry uses many different tools and techniques to provide you with the dazzling smile that you have always wanted. A cosmetic dentist can alter your smile so that you are happy and confident with it. Are you suffering from:
· Chipped Teeth
· Cracked Teeth
· Misshaped Teeth
· Worn Teeth
· Discolored Teeth
· Gaps
· Missing Teeth
· Crooked Teeth


Cosmetic dentistry is performed to correct any of the problems you have with your smile. Whether you are interested in teeth whitening or an entire smile makeover, cosmetic dentists like Dr. Pavlenko in Edmonton, Alberta, will be able to provide you with the results that you want.


No one should be embarrassed about his or her smile. “I will listen to you what problems you have with your teeth in order to prescribe the best dental treatment plan possible for the results you want,” says Dr. Pavlenko.


Cosmetic dentistry can provide you with a wonderful new smile by using different techniques to shape, whiten, or replace your teeth. Porcelain veneers, dental bonding, dental crowns, and dental bridges are just a few of the techniques cosmetic dentists can use to get you the results that you want.


Porcelain veneers are custom made shells of porcelain that are bonded to the front surface of your teeth. Your custom-made porcelain veneers can give you a better and brighter smile in as little as two visits.


Dental bonding uses a composite resin to fill in cracked, broken, or cavity stricken teeth. Tooth bonding can also be used to correct gaps between teeth or to whiten stained teeth. One of the many benefits of tooth bonding is that the composite resin is bonded directly to the tooth and can expand and contract the same as your natural teeth.


Tooth whitening is another cosmetic dentistry procedure that cosmetic dentists can perform. Cosmetic dentists like Dr. Pavlenko will determine what the best tooth whitening treatment for you. Many times your teeth can be whitened in as little as a one-hour visit. Other treatments may include a combination of an in-office whitening and take-home products.


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