The outermost layer of your teeth is made of a hard, strong substance called enamel. Your tooth enamel is described as the strongest mineral in your body. However, your teeth still can become chipped or broken when you bite down on something hard or can become discolored when you drink and eat certain foods and beverages. These dental injuries can affect the appearance of your teeth and your smile. A smile makeover is a solution to repairing the normal wear and tear that your teeth are exposed to daily.
A smile makeover is a process of repairing dental injuries of your mouth and teeth to improve the appearance of your smile. Our dentist in Irving uses several techniques such as dental veneers, teeth whitening, Invisalign®, and dental bonding to give your smile a complete makeover.
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored sheaths of porcelain or composite resin that are bonded to the front of the tooth. Dental veneers can provide a solution to numerous dental flaws. They can be used to correct cracked teeth, discolored teeth, uneven teeth from teeth grinding, and abnormal spaces between your teeth.
Over the years, your tooth’s enamel can become worn, and the tooth’s yellow core material, dentin becomes visible. As we chew, your dentin remains intact, while numerous small cracks develop in your enamel. Over time, stains and debris fill the cracks in the enamel. Teeth whitening removes those stains, debris, and discolorations of the teeth by using hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to remove stains and discolorations of the teeth.
Invisalign® can improve the appearance of your teeth by using a clear aligner to straighten your teeth. The aligners apply pressure to parts of your teeth to slowly move the teeth into the proper position.
Dental Bonding is a procedure where our dentist attaches a tooth-colored resin material to your teeth with visible blue light. The material is bonded to the tooth, and it improves the overall appearance of your teeth.
Contact Professional Dental to learn more about smile makeovers in Irving. If you have additional questions or would like to schedule an appointment, contact Professional Dental today.