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I'm Considering Cosmetic Dentistry but My Oral Health Is Fine. Is This a Good Idea?

October 2, 2017
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Posted By: Dr. Roberto Monteagudo
Close up of a woman's smile | Cosmetic Dentistry Milwaukee WI

If you have good oral health, it is the perfect time to have cosmetic dentistry treatment because good oral health is an essential component to any restorative or cosmetic work. Having healthy gums and disease-free teeth will make your treatment easier, more successful and have a better outcome.

When we consult with patients regarding cosmetic dentistry in our Milwaukee, WI dental office, one of the first things we do is make sure that any underlying conditions have been addressed before we begin.

Common oral conditions such as decay and gum disease can undermine your new smile and put your oral health at risk. Our comprehensive approach to care will give you the best results.

What Type of Cosmetic Dentistry Is Best?

At your consultation, we will discuss the changes you would like to see when it comes to your smile. It would be a good idea to have a list of things you would like to improve and an idea of some smiles you admire. This will give us a jumping off point to design the smile of your dreams.

For whiter teeth – Professional teeth whitening systems are far more effective than over-the-counter the options, which may cause sensitivity and non-uniform and inconsistent results.

Eliminating gaps – Cosmetic bonding or porcelain veneers can close gaps in your smile and make your teeth look more symmetrical.

Repairing a worn smile – If you have a clenching and grinding habit, your teeth can become chipped and worn. Tooth-colored fillings, crowns, veneers, and bonding can give your teeth their length and comfort back.

Full smile makeovers – For people facing multiple cosmetic issues, we can utilize a variety of cosmetic treatment options to give you that celebrity-perfect appearance.

If you are curious about the cosmetic dentistry options available to you, contact WisconsinSmiles to learn more and to arrange a consultation.

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