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Enhancing your smile often depends on the oral health care procedures that you need. Depending on what your oral health care needs are and whether or not you need a restoration or an aesthetic improvement, your dentist can help give you the smile you deserve. However, if you’re simply looking to aesthetically improve your smile, cosmetic dentistry is the way to go.

Are you aware of the fundamental improvements that cosmetic dentistry treatments can give for your smile? Because they are applied throughout multiple treatment options, it is important to assess your oral health care needs and what you desire from your smile makeover. If you have suffered extensive dental damage to any teeth, dental crowns should be used. However, if you only have minor damage and wish to customize a new smile, consider the benefits of dental veneers, which cover up the fronts of teeth. Similarly, dental treatments can be used to help protect the surfaces of teeth and improve their look. Lastly, teeth whitening treatments are highly effective for restoring the shine of your teeth and improving the color of them tremendously.

When it comes down to enhancing your smile, the first thing you always need to do is replace any missing or lost teeth. If any missing or lost teeth are not accounted for, the look of your smile can diminish greatly. Three highly effective cosmetic dentistry prosthetics to implement include dental implants, dentures, and dental bridges. If you are worried about any food restrictions, dentures can be used. However, they can slide around from time to time and thus, you may need implants to keep them in place. For permanent replacements that improve your smile and ensure you can continue to eat the foods you love, consider dental implants.

Nobody said it was going to be easy, but the quest for a perfect smile is more in reach with cosmetic dentistry treatments. If you are ready to see what cosmetic dentistry treatments can do to enhance your oral health, please come visit Mathew Berg DDS at our dentist office in El Paso, Texas. Dr. Mathew Berg and our team can be reached at 915-591-5333.