Top Cosmetic Services for the Community of North Wales, PA
Cosmetic dentistry is no longer an exclusive service for the famous or wealthy. At Best Dental Care, our skilled team works with you to correct dental health problems while enhancing beautiful aesthetics at the same time. From dental implants to professional teeth whitening, we implement cosmetic services into your treatment plan to create a truly healthy and beautiful smile.
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Cosmetic Dental Care Can Address:
- Tooth Decay
- Broken, fractured, chipped, or cracked teeth
- Discolored or stained teeth
- Missing or lost teeth
- Crooked, uneven or misaligned teeth
- Worn or “short” teeth
- Unwanted Gaps between teeth
If you’re unhappy with your smile or are looking for a complete smile makeover, contact our team in North Wales today. We specialize in helping you restore the natural beauty of your smile while supporting overall oral health.
In addition to helping your smile look beautiful, cosmetic dentistry is often used to restore damaged teeth or correct dental issues. Many cosmetic procedures provide much-needed stability to your entire smile by restoring complete dental function while also improving confidence.
What Cosmetic Dental Services Do You Offer?
At Best Dental Care, our mission is to provide you with a beautiful smile that improves oral and overall health. All our cosmetic procedures are designed to withstand daily wear and tear without compromising your essential oral health.
We are proud to offer a wide range of services, which include:
Helping You Understand the Diverse Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry
Treatments such as veneers, crowns, and fillings are used to protect sensitive or vulnerable teeth without compromising their structure. Dental implants and a full smile makeover can restore dental function and provide stability to your facial structure.
When a strong foundation of oral health is established first, cosmetic procedures can be ideal for addressing long-standing dental issues as well. Services such as Invisalign help correct bite alignment and prevent the onset of secondary health issues, such as temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) or jaw misalignment.
Because of aesthetic dentistry, our patients often find themselves enjoying radiant smiles and better oral health.
Still Have Questions About Cosmetic Dentistry? Ask Us!
During your cosmetic consultation, it is important for you to gain a complete understanding of what to expect from your treatment. Six Common questions we often get include:
- How long does the procedure take?
- What does treatment involve?
- How much will treatment cost?
- What are the benefits and risks?
- How much experience and success do you have?
- Is any special maintenance or aftercare needed?
How Does Professional Teeth Whitening Work?
Each of your teeth is made up of an inner dentin layer and an outer enamel layer. When your teeth are exposed to cigarettes, coffee, red wine, or dark berries, another layer gradually forms on top of the enamel layer, accumulating a film of stains.
Enamel stains are not easy to get rid of and most individuals find them unattractive. This is where professional teeth whitening comes in. Professional whitening agents contain powerful peroxide elements to get down into the tooth enamel and break apart staining compounds safely.
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In-office teeth whitening is much stronger than whitening toothpastes and home-use whiteners since they have more peroxide. They can quickly and safely change the color of your teeth. In-office whitening is usually done in about one hour; however, treatment time can vary depending on your level of discoloration.
Professional take-home kits can only be distributed by our dentists and require us to obtain a digital impression of your smile to make the custom-fitted trays that fit perfectly with your teeth. The whitening gel we provide plus the correct fit of the tray will make your treatment more effective than the lower cost products available at the grocery store.
Can’t I Just Whiten My Smile with Over-the-Counter Products?
Over-the-counter products may work, but results can vary greatly and do not last as long as professional whitening. Professional teeth whitening is safe, effective, and when done under the supervision of our team, is a long-lasting, treatment with noticeable results.
Transforming Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers and LUMINEERS
Both Lumineers and veneers can improve your smile by hiding dental flaws, but they differ in the procedure. A veneer is a thin, yet durable shell of porcelain made to fit over the front surface of each tooth.
Lumineers are a type of porcelain veneer, and they possess certain differences when compared to traditional veneers.
Both veneers and LUMINEERS can:
- Improve the appearance of crooked, misaligned teeth
- Give you a whiter, brighter smile
- Cover cracked or chipped teeth
- Eliminate gaps between teeth
- Provide symmetry and a natural appearance
Veneers: require some removal and reshaping of your original teeth. To create a natural appearance that isn’t bulky or overly large, milometers of enamel are removed. Veneers can be placed in about two visits.
LUMINEERS: provide the same function as porcelain veneers, but do not require alterations to your natural teeth. This is because LUMINEERS are much thinner than veneers, but they’re still strong and durable.
Rejuvenating Your Smile’s Overall Health and Aesthetics with Dental Implants
Since their first discovery in the early 1950s, titanium dental implants have become the most successful and reliable treatment for replacing missing teeth.
Dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically inserted into your jawbone. Implants are biocompatible and fuse with living tissue and bone over several months in a process called osteointegration.
Dental implants serve as artificial tooth roots in the areas where teeth are missing. They can provide numerous benefits, ranging from restoring the essential function your jawbone needs to stay healthy and dense, to halting issues with digestion, to preserving your natural facial features and the integrity of neighboring teeth. An implant is the closest thing to having a natural tooth.
If you have significant periodontal disease or your healing process is compromised through certain chronic diseases or medications, implants may not be best for you.
Porcelain Crowns for Preserving a Natural Look
A crown is a prosthetic cover put over your compromised or treated tooth. Our crowns restore the tooth to its normal shape, size, and function. Crowns also provide strength to your tooth while improving appeal. Crowns are used for many procedures to:
- Keep infection from re-entering tooth after root canal therapy
- Repair a cavity that is too large or extensive for a filling
- Restore cracked, chipped, or fractured teeth
- Strengthen worn down or weakened teeth
- Improve the color and shape of a tooth
- Replace a missing tooth when attached to a dental implant
- To anchor a dental restoration
At Best Dental Care, we proudly provide CEREC technology crowns crafted in-house, so that you receive prompt and reliable care without compromising quality or aesthetics. CEREC crowns are fabricated the same day, eliminating the need for temporary prosthetics and the typical, two-week waiting period when getting traditional crowns.
Restoring Teeth with Composite Fillings
Composite resins or tooth-colored fillings provide good durability and resistance to teeth damaged by fractures and cavities that need to withstand significant pressure from the constant stress of chewing.
Filling & Restoration Materials
Porcelain and composite fillings, crowns and veneers look the most like your natural teeth in terms of luster and can be precisely matched to the color and luminosity of your natural teeth. In addition to their aesthetic benefits, these materials are safer as they have no silver, gold, metal, or mercury.
Aligning Your Smile Discreetly with Invisalign®
A straighter, more aligned smile is not only more appealing; it’s healthier! If you’re looking to correct mild to moderate orthodontic issues like dental gaps and crooked or crowded teeth, but you’d rather not get metal braces, Invisalign could be your best solution!
How is Invisalign Different than Metal Braces?
Traditional braces use metal brackets, wires, and pressure to guide your teeth into ideal alignment. Invisalign uses clear, plastic trays designed for your exact smile to guide your teeth to a better position. The clear aligner trays are replaced every two weeks with a new tray to guide pressure gently. Invisalign’s aesthetically pleasing design allows you to straighten your smile comfortably and discreetly.
To produce the best results, you must wear your aligners for up to 22 hours daily while undergoing treatment. Consistent wear also helps reduce the risk of orthodontic relapse and keeps your treatment time on a steady course. Invisalign is often recommended for adults and responsible teens who will comply with treatment obligations.
If you have mild to moderate alignment issues, Invisalign can be an ideal solution for you!
Creating the Smile of Your Dreams with Smile Design
Smile Design is a cosmetic treatment that focuses on improving the overall appearance of your smile through a combination of procedures like veneers, bonding, dental implants, and teeth whitening.
At Best Dental Care, our skilled dentists work closely with you to help you select from a range of cosmetic services that are customized to meet your unique needs, both aesthetically and functionally.
Those suffering from multiple issues like tooth decay, loose teeth, and enamel discoloration, are often good candidates for smile makeover treatment.
Some factors taken into consideration for your treatment include: facial features and appearance, skin tone, current tooth shape, size, and shade, and gum tissue health.
Experience the Smile You Deserve Today!
Enhancing your smile takes personalized care from a team of highly experienced dental professionals. At Best Dental Care, we use our comprehensive approach to help boost the look of your smile while ensuring lasting results and improved long-term oral health. For more information about our cosmetic dental treatments, contact us today!
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