We develop a smile enhancement plan that will boost your confidence while complementing your overall oral health. Even if you have always practiced good preventive dental hygiene, there are some conditions that require a dentist’s skill to correct.
Cosmetic dentistry treatments help you have a more natural-looking smile and attractive teeth. Once you’ve ensured that you have a healthy mouth, you can start getting cosmetic dentistry treatments right away.
The positive aspect to receiving a crown is that it provides a more dramatic change than a veneer or other shaping. The outer part of your tooth is removed and a crown is put in place of it. It’s a new beginning for you tooth and can be made to mold to the rest of your teeth to look seamless.
A dental crown is a cap that is placed over a tooth to restore it shape and size, strength, and improve its appearance. The crown, when cemented, fully encases the visible portion of a tooth. When done correctly, no one should notice that you have a crown at all.
Veneers are very thin, custom-sized shells designed to cover the front surface of your teeth to improve your smile. These shells are matched to the color of the rest of your teeth and bonded to keep them in place long-term.
These custom-made coverings are cemented to the front side of the tooth. They are usually used in cases to treat dental conditions like a crooked tooth, discoloration, chipped teeth, and to fill in the space between teeth. They are made of porcelain or composite material and greatly mend your smile.
Full and Partial Dentures
Dentures can replace broken or missing teeth and help restore your smile. There are many types of dentures that go beyond full and partial, including conventional dentures, over-dentures, and implants.
Dentures help fill the appearance of your face and profile and because they can be made to resemble the rest of your teeth, your smile won’t suffer. Once you have the dentures in place, your mouth may feel sore and it’s going to take a couple weeks for the surrounding areas to adjust.
Orthodontic treatments lead to better oral health, a more pleasing appearance, and a smile that is more likely to last a lifetime. The most common form of orthodontic treatment involves using devices such as braces to move teeth, retrain muscles, and affect the growth of the jaw.
If you suffer from crowded or crooked teeth, or an uneven bite, you may need braces or invisalign to straighten everything out. With invisible aligners, you can correct your teeth without anything noticeable. More and more adults are seeking orthodontic treatments, including alignment corrections.
Even if you brush and floss daily, you may need more help to whiten and brighten your teeth. When you drink heavy amounts of coffee, tea, wine, etc., they can stain your teeth and cause discoloring.
The bleaching in-office is much stronger than the at-home kits you can find in stores. Not everyone’s teeth will be completely white, but you can definitely brighten them at the recommendation of your dentist.
There are many ways to whiten your teeth at home, but some discoloration resists household products. In certain cases, you need to contact your dentist to learn about professionally applied bleaching products and procedures.
Make an Appointment
If you live in the Birmingham area, and think you may benefit from any of the above-mentioned procedures, please make an appointment to speak with Dr. Curry today! We’re happy to assist you and make all your dental dreams come true.