What Is A Smile Makeover?
Smile Design is a technique that involves making little adjustments to your smile in order to improve your overall aesthetic look and raise your self-confidence. The smile correction method involves combining a various treatments in order to improve the appearance. Filling the gaps produced by tooth loss, improving the contour of the teeth, proper arrangement of your teeth, increasing the outward appearance of your teeth, and casing any abnormalities in the teeth are all ways to do this.
The modifications can be minor yet have a significant impact on your appearance. Your face look, skin tone, hair colour, teeth (colour, width, length, shape, and tooth display), gum tissue, and lips are some of the factors considered. Smile makeovers are done for a variety of reasons and can be tailored.
Cosmetic Dental Treatment Procedures
We provide a smile makeover service that is tailored to the needs of each patient. To begin, a thorough examination with medical imaging is required to identify whether you have tooth problems or gum disease that requires treatment to improve your oral health. Cavities may require fillings, but we choose color-matching resins over metals for a more beautiful smile. When you have gum disease, it’s critical to get any infection out of your mouth before we start any cosmetic procedures. A list of cosmetic smile correction procedures available at our dental practise is shown below:
Length Of Smile Correction Treatment
Your smile makeover will begin with a consultation at Smilekraft Dental Clinic, where you will be guided through all of your cosmetic options. We will be able to schedule your procedure once you have agreed to a treatment plan. This is due to the fact that each case is truly unique, depending on the patient’s oral problems and the treatment they choose. However, we may be able to provide more than one additional treatment in a single day, saving you time. Other procedures, such as tooth implants, must be completed in a more orderly fashion. This is due to the fact that before the implant can be placed, orthodontic work must be undertaken to ensure that the teeth and roots are properly spaced.
Average time taken for each of the procedures: