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Top 5 Cosmetic Dental Treatments 

Top 5 Cosmetic Dental Treatments

A glowing smile is a necessary asset in today’s society. From job interviews to relationships and dating, a dazzling smile gives you the ability to make lasting first impressions, which comes with many benefits. At Medical Art Dental  in Georgia, we offer a wide range of cosmetic dental treatments that enhance the appearance of your smile including: 

1. Cosmetic injectables

2. Invisalign braces 

3. Dental implants

4. Tooth-colored fillings

5. Porcelain veneers 

1. Cosmetic Injectables

Many individuals are unaware that Botox and dermal fillers can be utilized to improve a patient’s smile. Botox blocks nerve signals to address complex problems such as teeth grinding and TMJ disorder. Similarly, Dr. Roher uses dermal fillers derived from hyaluronic acid and calcium hydroxylapatite to correct gummy lines, return lip volume, and restore gum appearance. These injectables supplement many other dental treatments such as orthodontic therapy, veneers, and teeth whitening treatments while leaving promising and long-lasting results.

2. Invisalign Braces 

For a long time, if you had any misshapen or misaligned teeth your only option was to get metal braces. Invisalign is the perfect alternative to traditional metal braces with multiple benefits. Invisalign treatment is a new cosmetic dentistry procedure that uses a series of custom-made corrective trays to straighten your smile gradually and discreetly. Although metal braces do still get the desired results, with Invisalign our patients can get the same orthodontic results with minimal discomfort and a more aesthetically attractive presence. 

3. Dental Implants 

Missing teeth can affect your smile’s function, stability, and aesthetics. Dental implants are a fantastic solution to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or full arches. Dental implants last a long time and function as well as natural teeth. The dental implant body is a tiny titanium post that is inserted into the jawbone where you have lost teeth. The bone and implant fuse together and an appealing dental crown can be placed on top of the dental implant. Traditional dentures or fixed bridges may be the right treatment option for some of our patients. However, implants, implant dentures, or fixed implant bridges provide added benefits, such as better function, support, and appearance.

4. Tooth-Colored Fillings

A tooth-colored filling is a good alternative if you need to fix a cracked, broken, or decayed tooth. To repair a cavity or chipped tooth, a dentist removes the decayed area first and then fills the space with the filling material. This procedure has the advantages of being more attractive than typical metal ones and being done in only one visit. Tooth-colored composite fillings are robust, tough, and long-lasting with the proper dental. care.

5. Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are often the treatment of choice for those who want a beautiful new smile. Dental porcelain veneers are little pieces bonded to the surface of the tooth to restore broken stained, or minimally decayed teeth. Porcelain veneers are a wonderful way to improve your smile by changing the color, shape, and size of teeth. This procedure is less invasive than other dental procedures and can be done in fewer dental visits. There are some situations where veneers might not work right away. You might need additional dental work done first before you are able to get veneers. 

Cosmetic dentistry is a life-changing treatment for our patients. We are passionate about the positive impact that a great smile brings to patients in Savannah and surrounding communities. Medical Arts Dentistry has a variety of cosmetic, general, and family dental services available including dental sleeping medicine. To learn more amount our treatment options please call 912-921-0401 for our Georgetown location or 912-355-0605 for our Savannah location today.

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