How Common is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is used to describe a whole range of treatments that dentists perform, each designed to improve the appearance and condition of your teeth. While the term cosmetic dentistry is only now beginning to be widely recognised, most of the procedures themselves have been around for many years.

Bonding, crowns and bridges, veneers and teeth whitening are just a few examples. They are used to repair, reshape and recolour teeth, to cover cracks and breaks, and generally get our smile back into shape. Cosmetic dentistry procedures such as these are so common that nearly every dentist may offer some, if not all of them. They are in fact being used in dental practices all around the world nearly every day. Ask your friends or colleagues and chances are you you’ll discover that you know one or more people who have had a tooth bonded, or have received a veneer or crown.

Perhaps the most common form of cosmetic dentistry is teeth whitening, which is highly popular with people who are keen to regain bright, white teeth after years of natural wear and tear, or after coffee or cigarettes have left their mark.

To discover what cosmetic dentistry procedures might be of benefit to you why not phone us now and make an appointment with one of our dentists?

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