Over recent years, cosmetic dentistry has increased in popularity and is now a familiar dental treatment around the world. At our office in the Charlotte Ballantyne area our dentists are specialize in cosmetic dentistry. This type of dentistry, which includes treatment with a dental crown, dental bridge, teeth whitening and other services, has become synonymous with confidence and radiance. Should you seek to improve the look of your smile through visiting a cosmetic dentist, North Carolina offices are here to serve you.
Your face is what shows your personality; what is shining through your heart and mind. Your smile is the avenue in which you project your happy feelings. When your smile is dull, it shows the signs of aging that you may not want the world to see. Many people with dull, chipped or crooked teeth will hide their smile and thus hide their warmth and personality from those they encounter. Needless to say, the stealing of confidence that comes from a yellow smile is great and lasting. Thankfully, a cosmetic dentist South Carolina can assist you with obtaining the bright, white, straight smile you deserve!
Individuals who have lost several or most of their teeth may be good candidates for dentures. These dental devices are used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue. As needs for dentures are varied, there are two types normally used, complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all teeth are being replaced and can be for upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth are still present.
Overall, dentures are a cosmetic procedure used to treat specific dental problems. However they are also a way for patients with missing teeth to maintain their ability to enjoy the foods they love to eat without involving dental surgery. Wearing dentures allows you to feel good about your smile even if you have missing teeth, and also enables you to speak more clearly than if you did not replace teeth lost to decay or trauma.
When compared to dentures, implants do prove to be a viable treatment option. At this time, they are not covered under insurance; however, our South Carolina and North Carolina offices work with patients to achieve the right payment plan. If you are making the decision between using dentures and implants, schedule a consultation with your dentist to discuss the specifics of each treatment