A lot of adults are not satisfied with the appearance of their smile and end up feeling insecure about it. In some cases they may avoid smiling in public, and they may even find eating difficult. The good news is that there are all sorts of treatments out there today to help you change the way that your smile looks for the better, but the first step if you are thinking about making changes is to find yourself a reliable cosmetic dentist Bondi Junction. They will be able to explain all the different treatments to you and recommend the ones that will be able to benefit your smile the most. It is a good idea to book a consultation appointment first, as this will give you an opportunity to discuss the worries and concerns that you may have.
Make your smile what you want it to be
Many things can happen to your teeth throughout life that leave you feeling less than satisfied with the way that your smile appears. One common thing that happens to a significant number of people every year is having a front tooth chipped in an accident. Having a chip in your tooth can be physically uncomfortable as well as something that bothers you every time you look in the mirror. Having a jagged, uneven edge to your tooth can be extremely noticeable, but there are treatments now available to help you restore your smile to its former glory, even when a bit of your tooth is missing. Veneers can be used to completely hide the presence of any chips that you have in your front teeth, giving your smile a full, even appearance once again. You can choose to get one veneer to cover a single tooth, or you may wish to get a set, so each and every one of your front teeth are shaped evenly and stain-free. They are attached to the front surfaces of your teeth and matched as closely as possible to the shade that your teeth are. Some people that are receiving a whole set of veneers will also choose to have them slightly whiter, to give their smile a brighter appearance.
Have you been dreaming of a whiter smile?
Teeth discolour naturally with age, but staining and discolouration can affect some people more than others and end up causing people to obsess over the whiteness of their smile. Some people believe that brushing their teeth more will whiten them, but this is far from the case and could end up just damaging your enamel instead. There are a number of things that can be done when it comes down to keeping your teeth white, but it is always wise to stay away from home remedies and ideas that are found whilst helplessly scrolling through webpages. If you wish to reduce the appearance of yellow or brown stains then teeth whitening treatment provided by a dental practice may be the way to go. You will be able to discuss what shade that you want your teeth to be with your practitioner and they will be able to tell you whether it is a suitable treatment for you or not. Some practices will offer both in-practice and at-home treatments, whilst others may only offer one of these options.
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