Cosmetics Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry focuses mainly on improving the appearance of your teeth, mouth, as well as your smile. It provides selective or desired services or treatments. Also, Cosmetic treatments can provide restorative benefits. For instance, dental fillings are known to be a popular procedure in treating the decayed teeth.

Today’s dental fillings could be regarded as cosmetic to a certain degree because you are capable of selecting fillings made of composite or porcelain materials that closely match your teeth, thus maintaining your teeth and smile natural appearance. You may choose to have your older fillings replaced with tooth-colored fillings that are newer to enhance your oral appearance.

Treatment Options for Cosmetic Dentistry:

• Inlays/Onlays also called indirect fillings
• Composite bonding
• Teeth whitening
• Dental veneers
• Dental implants
• Smile makeover
• Full mouth reconstruction

Implants Restoration

If you are having difficulty with your dental implants, for instance, your dental implant might be loose, or the tooth portion (crown) might have cracked or even fallen off, then you need implants restoration.

What Makes Dental Implants Loose?

If your implant becomes loose, it could be because osseointegration didn’t take place fully. Additionally, your implant stability depends on remaining strong and dense. If you happen to develop gum disease or even an infection that will deteriorate your bone, the implant might become loose and fail. You should visit the dental office when you notice signs of gum diseases which could include bleeding, swollen and red gums.

Also, if you experience a toothache, visit Family Dental Care for treatment immediately. That is going to prevent you from developing any infection that might impact your jawbone negatively. If your implant becomes loose, you should visit your dentist to correct it and prevent further problems to your gums and teeth.