Your smile can be your greatest asset. It can help you land the job you’ve always wanted, or even muster up the courage to ask that special someone out on a date. If you perceive your smile in a negative way, you may find it difficult to do these things and remain comfortable in social settings. Cosmetic dentistry can correct many dental problems that you have had since childhood like crooked, crowded, or stained teeth. It can also allow you to have the bright, white smile you have dreamed of in your adult years.
You Are Not Alone
More than half of the adults in America wish that they could change something about their smile. A large majority will experience some sort of tooth decay, staining, or dental disease that will benefit from treatment. Cosmetic dentistry not only improves the look of your smile, but can effectively restore almost any type of tooth dysfunction and reduce the chance of future complications.
Types of Cosmetic Dentistry
The advancements in medical and dental technology have made it possible to give you a full smile makeover, with extremely natural-looking, long-lasting results. In most cases, visible metal is no longer used, and everything can be made to match your natural teeth. Types of cosmetic treatments can include:
- Teeth whitening
- Tooth colored fillings
- Porcelain Veneers
- Bonding and contouring
- Full and partial dentures
Your Personalized Treatment
Everyone’s mouth and dental needs are different; therefore, there is not just one formula for creating a perfect smile. When discussing your cosmetic improvements with your dentist, he or she will develop a personalized treatment plan based on your goals, overall dental health, budget, and lifestyle. From there, you will work with your dentist to complete the treatment and enjoy your new boost of confidence.
About Your Fort Worth Family Dentist:
Dr. Bob Jing has served patients and their families across Dallas/Ft. Worth for many years. Together with his caring, compassionate, and highly-skilled team at 7 Day Dental, Dr. Jing is dedicated to making good dental health available to as many people as possible. To learn more, or to schedule a consultation or appointment, contact our office closest to you at 817-405-2001 on Jacksboro Highway, or at 817-405-0195 on Seminary Drive.