There can be so much done to transform people’s smile nowadays, turning a Brentwood smile into a Hollywood smile is easy. From teeth whitening to gap filling, to full teeth replacement, cosmetic dentistry in Wigmore has the right tool for the job. Misaligned or gappy teeth can be a thing of the past, now that cosmetic dentistry is easily available, and with the recent impressive advances in dental technology, people generally cannot tell if someone has had treatment.
What Treatment Where?
There is a huge range of treatments that come under the term cosmetic dentistry. In Wigmore, most dentists, including Wigmore Dental Practice, offer several if not all the various cosmetic dental treatments. The most commonly offered services include teeth whitening, dental implants, smile makeovers, crowns and many more. Some people may just need a simple upgrade, like teeth whitening. This treatment enhances the smile and is non-invasive. Other people need something a little more substantial that will not only enhance their smile, but transforms the structure of it.
Most people are unaware of the problems that lead on from losing one to two teeth. A missing tooth can make the surrounding teeth shift or cause gum problems. A few missing teeth can actually give the face a sunken appearance. Replacing those missing teeth can sustain the structure of the lower face.
Not everyone wants to make an obvious statement about having treatment for a straighter smile. There are a few discreet options available for getting this done, including braces hidden behind the teeth, and aligners that are made of clear plastic so basically hidden to the untrained eye.
Cosmetic dentistry in Wigmore these days has a treatment for almost every dental beauty issue, which is why so many people are choosing to go one step further than simply ensuring the health of their teeth, and are giving the appearance of their smile an upgrade as well. People are using cosmetic dentistry to do away with those awkward camera moments and no longer have to stop themselves from smiling fully and are instead boosting their confidence in previously uncomfortable social situations.