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Three Cosmetic Options That Might Be Right for You

August 28, 2017
Posted By: Dr. Roberto Monteagudo
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When referring to improving the appearance of your smile, the term “cosmetic dentistry” does little justice in describing what is actually available. Under the umbrella of cosmetic dentistry exists a number of treatment options ranging from the very simple to the most complex. What will work best for you depends on your goals for your smile?

We must also take into account any limitations that could prevent your smile from being fully functional and comfortable. Taking care of those issues first means better results and longevity.

The best way to determine which treatment will give you the smile you have always wanted is to contact our office to schedule a consultation.

Here are a few of the cosmetic dentistry services we offer in our Milwaukee, WI dental office. Give us a call to learn more!

A Quick, Affordable Touch-Up

If you just have a few things that you don’t like about the way your smile looks, we may be able to solve your concerns with teeth whitening or dental bonding – two of the best ways to give your smile a quick spruce up.

Professional teeth whitening provides results that you won’t see with over-the-counter products. We offer both in-office and take-home teeth whitening options. Many of our patients take advantage of combining both to achieve their whitest smile.

Dental bonding uses affordable tooth-colored composite to reshape teeth or fill in chips and small gaps. Dental bonding does not have the same translucency of porcelain so it is best for small jobs.

A Dramatic New Look

If you want to completely change the appearance of your teeth, porcelain veneers offer a natural and comprehensive solution. They look very lifelike and completely cover the front surface of your teeth. They can disguise minor misalignment, gaps, or stains that do not respond to teeth bleaching.

Complete Smile Makeovers

Sometimes life can take a toll on your smile. A bruxism habit, also called teeth grinding, can wear down your teeth and cause jaw problems or a worn smile. Combining tooth-colored crowns, veneers, and even orthodontics can not only give you your smile back but also make you more comfortable. This is also an excellent option for patients who had an accident that affected their appearance or ability to eat.

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