Cosmetic dentistry has become the most lucrative form of dental care in North America, with total revenue exceeding $12 billion annually. Patients are willing to pay for more expensive treatments because they are affordable and effective. The number of patients seeking these treatments is increasing each year. This is because modern dentistry offers procedures that not only improve dental health but also make people feel more confident about their appearances.
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Mesa Dental offers cosmetic dentistry, a wide range of procedures that not only improve dental health but also make people feel more confident about their appearances.
One of the first and most popular surgeries is tooth whitening, which has been found to produce highly satisfying results for people who want to look younger and brighter.
Before undergoing any procedure, it is crucial that patients consult with a doctor. There are several reasons why cosmetic dentistry is superior to other types of treatments; it restores natural, healthy teeth while improving mouth looks and appearance. Achieving a brighter smile has always been one of the best ways to make people feel more confident about their appearance, but some patients prefer natural appearance without interference from the dentist.
What is Cosmetic Dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry is a term used to describe any dental care that improves the appearance of a smile. It does not attempt to treat or repair damaged teeth. Instead, it focuses on improving the look of the smile for overall aesthetic improvement.
Cosmetic dentistry can include:
Patients are often more concerned about the appearance of their teeth than the condition of their gums and other oral tissues, which is a serious mistake. Modern cosmetic dentistry provides an amazing array of treatments that will improve your smile and make you feel more confident about your appearance.
The following are some of the the very common procedures:
Inlays and onlays, which are used to cover small areas in your mouth. These include veneers and crowns that cover the front teeth, and bridges that replace missing teeth on either side.
Porcelain veneers, which are thin sheets of porcelain that can be placed over existing teeth to give them a new or improved shape.
Whitening procedures, which will bleach the stains left behind by coffee, wine and tobacco and restore your smile's whiteness. Fillings also can be replaced with porcelain filler to smooth out tooth surfaces.
Dental implants are placed between the jawbone and a denture to provide a complete replacement of missing teeth. You'll have these permanent replacements for up to 20 years until other options become available, such as dental implants placed into place in partial dentures.