Cosmetic dentistry can help correct a wide variety of issues with your teeth. If there is anything about your smile that makes you self-conscious or hesitant to smile, chances are a cosmetic dentist can help

Some of the most commonly used cosmetic dentistry procedures include:
·  Porcelain veneers
·  Crowns, inlays and onlays
·  Dental implants
·  Invisalign
·  Teeth whitening

Porcelain veneers can be used to correct a wide range of cosmetic issues. Easily placed in the dental office, veneers are custom made and color-matched to give you a completely natural look. They can help correct cracked, chipped or pitted teeth, heavily discolored teeth that do not respond to teeth whitening, and can even disguise slight misalignment or small gaps between the teeth.

For more severe misalignment of teeth, Invisalign provides an alternative to traditional braces. Made of transparent plastic, Invisalign aligner trays are discreet and can even be removed when necessary, making them much less restrictive than other forms of orthodontic treatment.

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures. Teeth become stained easily due to everyday wear and tear as well as exposure to staining agents such as tea, coffee and cigarettes. Teeth whitening, performed in the dentist’s office, can lighten your teeth dramatically in a single visit.

Dental implants provide a permanent, customized and comfortable solution to missing teeth. Unlike dentures, implants remain stationary in your mouth, preventing discomfort or embarrassment. They also help maintain the long-term health of your jaw by providing a replacement for the tooth root as well as the visible tooth structure.

Dental inlays and onlays can help improve the appearance of irregular or chipped teeth. Using a tooth-colored composite, your cosmetic dentist fills in missing pieces of your tooth or reshapes the tooth as necessary to improve its appearance.

To find out what cosmetic dentistry procedures might be right for you, please contact a cosmetic dentist in Plano. A consultation to discuss your individual needs will help you decide how best to restore your perfect smile.