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.
Overview Of The Procedure Carried Out
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:
Our dentist can whiten your teeth if you have dental enamel stains as a result of smoking or drinking soft drinks. When a powerful hydrogen peroxide solution is applied to the teeth, chemical reaction occurs, and the tooth stains are bubbled away from the dental enamel.
Fixing scratches and tooth breakage:
Your smile might be affected by scratches or chips on your teeth. We can create a bonding substance that matches the colour of your teeth, and with careful application, this substance will dry before our dentist shapes and polishes it with specific equipment to restore a broken tooth to its original appearance. This will help you have a beautiful smile with no damaged or scratched teeth.
Applying dental veneers:
A dental veneer is an important aspect of smile correction if you have teeth that are an unusual form or size. Veneers are used to cover the teeth in the front of the mouth, giving you a beautiful smile. These thin composite resin or porcelain restorations are lightweight and durable, so you won’t even notice they’re there.
Making gums look better:
As part of the smile correction process, it’s also vital to change the appearance of the gums. Your gums may recede, exposing your teeth’s roots. When you smile, you can see this type of difficulty. A gummy smile can also be caused by an overgrowth or swelling of the gum tissues, which masks your teeth. Gum surgery, either by grafting on donor tissue or by cutting away the extra gum tissues, can be performed by our dentist to remedy these concerns.
Applying a teeth crown:
A dental crown can be used to cover a tooth that has become severely deteriorated. In many circumstances, a damaged tooth requires a root canal to remove the infection from the tooth’s internal components. After the tooth has been filled with a hardening substance, our dentist will need to place a custom dental crown over it to safeguard it. Because the restoration is in a precise shape for your mouth, these types of dental crowns are beneficial for smile correction.
Replacing missing teeth:
There are a variety of reasons why you may have missing teeth, which can make your smile look unattractive. One of the most significant components of smile correction is replacing missing teeth, and our dental clinic offers several options for filling in the gaps in your smile. A dental bridge can be used to replace lost teeth in your mouth. These dental equipment are made of plastic and metal and hold full-size dental crowns. Our dentist can use dental implants to repair one or more missing teeth if your alveolar bones are strong enough.
Length Of The Smile Correction Procedure
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:
- Teeth Whitening: In our dental office, teeth whitening can take an hour or less.
- Bonding: Unless there are numerous teeth involved, bonding can be performed in under an hour.
- Crowns for the teeth: It might be anything from a day to a week.
- Veneers: Will take one week to design, produce, and fit in the lab.
- Braces for the teeth: Weeks, months, and even years can pass