The Growth in Popularity of Cosmetic Dentistry and the Wide Range of Options Available in Kingston
When you look at yourself in the mirror, do you love your smile? For many, there are aspects of their smile that they would love to improve. This could be discolored teeth or teeth with cracks and/or chips. It could even be missing teeth. Dr. Stephen Lawrence and his team at Lawrence Dental Group provide cosmetic dental care to patients in the Kingston, PA area. If you are looking to improve your smile, you should consider any number of cosmetic dental options available to you. Let us look at just a few popular options that people are choosing to improve their smile.
Probably the most popular cosmetic dental treatment chosen by patients, teeth whitening is also incredibly easy and non-invasive. There are so many reasons why teeth can become discolored. It could be from natural staining caused by age or genetics. Staining can also occur due to the foods you eat or from prolonged habits including smoking. Whatever the reason for discoloration, teeth whitening can whiten the color of your teeth by several shades. Receiving teeth whitening from a dental professional provides stronger results than what you can find over the counter, and you will love the smile you walk away with.
What was once considered something only elite Hollywood actors would get, veneers are now incredibly accessible and have become mainstream for anybody who feels they would benefit.
Veneers, typically manufactured from porcelain, are great for covering up stains and other imperfections such as chips, cracks, gaps, and poor alignment. Applying the veneer, a tooth-like wafer-thin porcelain shell, is incredibly simple as well and is designed to mimic the appearance of your natural teeth.
If you long for the days where your smile was complete, and you had all of your teeth, then dentures are a great option. Not only will a denture complete your smile and provide great aesthetics, but it will restore functionality as well. You will be talking and chewing with full capability once again. There are several denture options available to patients ranging from a complete set to partial dentures.