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5 Most Popular Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments


Cosmetic dentistry is aimed at creating a positive change for your teeth and to your smile. The Nelivigi Dental Clinic is the primary dental resource for patients as they strive to maintain their health, function, and appearance for their lifetime.
The choice of treatments is huge. Here we have around five types of cosmetic dentistry and explain what each treatment does. There are computerized smile analyses which look at the relationship between lips, gums, and teeth.
1. Teeth whitening
What's it for? Yellow teeth. Losing the color of your teeth is part of the aging process. Teeth start to change color from teenage years.
Genetics also play a part in white teeth. If your parents have yellow teeth, you are more likely to follow suit. Teeth Whitening can be done for the people who suffer from tooth stained by food and drinks. In this mainly by red wine, coffee, tea and tobacco without harming their teeth.
2. Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers are a great way to transform the appearance of your smile in a relatively short amount of time. 
Veneers are used to visibly erase many issues with your teeth, which can include:
Ø Discoloration
Ø Misalignment or gaps in teeth
Ø Chipped, cracked or crooked teeth
Ø Teeth that are too short or not long enough
Porcelain veneers are custom-designed in their shape and color to perfectly match the unique proportions of your smile.
3. Teeth straightening
In order to have a confidence in their smile, most of the people prefer for teeth straightening. However, having orthodontic treatment will improve your bite, help with good dental hygiene, reduce tooth wear and in some cases may a part of the solution to sleep. Ignoring the problems related to your teeth may seem inconvenient to you but with the treatment, you can fix your concerns and it’s simpler than you think.
While metal braces are still an extremely effective method of straightening teeth and achieving a perfect smile, alternative orthodontic treatment options now include:
Ø Clear or Tooth Colored Ceramic Braces
Ø Lingual (inside) braces
Ø Clear Aligners
4. Crowns or caps
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped customized cap in order to place over a tooth, either for cosmetic or protection enhancement. It is used to restore a tooth's shaped, strength and size as well as improve the appearance. These crowns can also be used to attach bridges, protects a weak tooth from breaking, restores the already broken tooth, and cover teeth that are discolored or badly shaped.
Dental crowns are used for many reasons, including:
Ø Restoring a chipped, cracked or worn-down tooth
Ø Protecting a weak tooth
Ø Supporting a dental bridge
Ø Covering a tooth with a large filling
Ø Covering a dental implant
Ø Covering misshaped or discolored teeth
5. Invisalign
In this Invisalign, we treat the patients with virtually invisible teeth straightening procedures. This Invisalign are similar for whitening teeth and can often be worn without noticing them by anyone.
One of the good parts of this process is that removable of aligners, so you easily floss, drink, eat and brush just as normal. Our doctor’s treatment plan will include receiving new aligner for every few weeks in order to straighten your teeth. 
Each aligner is custom fit with digital scans and precision technology for the most accurate treatment possible. If you have:
Ø Gapped teeth
Ø Underbite
Ø Overbite
Ø Overcrowded
Ø Open bite
Ø Crossbite
Or other issues of teeth alignment, orthodontic teeth straightening may be the answer.
CONCLUSION:
We believe that every dentistry must complement the overall general and oral health of the patient.
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