When it comes to improving your smile, dentists have truly shown to have the expertise and technology to meet your demands. Whether it’s teeth-whitening, bonding, veneers, or another treatment, you can expect the best from your dentist in downtown Los Angeles. Getting multiple treatments isn’t an issue either thanks to smile makeovers. Today, we’ll be going over what exactly that means and how you’ll build a treatment plan with your dentist.

What are Smile Makeovers?

A smile makeover is the process of receiving one or more cosmetic dentistry procedures. These can include:

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Implants
  • Dental Veneers
  • Dental Bonding
  • And many more!

Once you know what you dislike about your teeth, your dentist can effectively create a plan that addresses all these imperfections. Smile makeovers can help you change many different aspects of your teeth, so take note of the exact changes you’d like made before visiting your dentist so they can accommodate your needs.

How Do I Know If I’m a Candidate for a Smile Makeover?

One of the most common issues people have with their smile is the color of their teeth. If you have silver or amalgam fillings, they can be replaced with natural, tooth-colored, composite restorations. If you have discolored front teeth, a teeth-whitening treatment can make them several shades whiter by addressing intrinsic stains you’ve accumulated over the years. Cosmetic dentists can also shade the material they use to match the rest of your teeth, giving it a more natural and youthful appearance.

If you wish your teeth were straighter but don’t want to pursue orthodontic treatment, porcelain veneers can make your teeth appear far more aligned. Teeth that are chipped, cracked, or otherwise worn down can be bonded and gummy smiles can be recontoured to elongate your teeth. Once you know what issues you want fixed, you can begin the consultation with your dentist.

What Does the Process Entail?

During evaluation, your dentist will need to examine and note the details of your existing teeth before providing any treatment. If you have a gummy smile for example, they will measure the length of your teeth to plan the best way to modify your gum line. They may also check to see how proportionate your teeth are to one another, especially your two front teeth.

Your dentist will also look at your teeth’s texture and characterization to make them match the future fabrications. By paying very close attention to these details, they’ll be able to make your new smile look as natural as possible as well as functional for years to come.

If you’re not sure which cosmetic treatment is right for you, schedule an appointment with your dentist in downtown Los Angeles today!

About the Author

Dr. Adam Geach has undergone 3 years of formal residency training after graduating dental school, giving him the expertise necessary to improve your smile. As a dental specialist in prosthodontics, he’s fully capable of performing many different esthetic treatments, including bondings, veneers, and full-mouth reconstructions. To learn more about his practice and qualifications, contact him at (213) 810-3368 or visit his website.

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