By Peter Silberstein, DMD
January 24, 2018
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: cosmetic dentistry  

Would you like to improve your smile but don't know which dental treatment is best? Our Boynton Beach, FL, cosmetic dentist, Dr. Peter cosmetic dentistrySilberstein, discusses several treatments you may want to consider.

Tooth-colored fillings

Thanks to tooth-colored fillings, only you and Dr. Silberstein ever need to know that you had a cavity. The fillings are made of composite resin, a flexible material that's tinted to mimic common tooth shades. Unlike old-fashioned silver amalgam fillings, tooth-colored fillings blend in with your teeth.

Dental veneers

When you're concerned about a minor imperfection in your tooth enamel, veneers offer a simple solution. The thin porcelain shells are applied to the fronts of teeth and hide chips, cracks, uneven surfaces and discolorations. They can also lengthen your teeth, change their shape or cover gaps.

Crowns

When damage doesn't just affect your enamel, you may benefit from a crown, rather than a veneer. Hollow crowns cover your teeth completely and are often recommended if your tooth is cracked, broken or fragile. Crowns can also be used to improve the appearance of teeth, particularly those that are discolored or strangely shaped.

Teeth whitening

Everyone wants a white smile, but all of us aren't blessed with naturally white teeth. Whether your smile has always been a little dull or has become stained over the years, teeth whitening in our Boynton Beach office can improve your appearance. Hydrogen peroxide gel used in whitening treatments is a very effective stain buster. After your treatment, you can expect your smile to stay whiter for two years or more, as long as you avoid or limit coffee, tea, wine, cola and other beverages and foods that stain teeth.

Invisalign

Straightening your teeth can be as easy as wearing a series of removable aligner trays. The clear trays are swapped for a new set every two weeks and are usually worn about 22 hours per day. Invisalign offers a more attractive, comfortable and convenient alternative to straightening your teeth with metal or ceramic braces.

Dental Bonding

Restoring a chipped portion of your tooth or covering a crack doesn't always have to require an extensive dental procedure. Dental bonding involves adding flexible composite resin to your tooth to restore it and improve its appearance. A special curing light helps the resin bond to your tooth to ensure that it's tooth enough to handle everyday wear and tear.

Are you ready to take advantage of one of these dental treatments? Call our Boynton Beach, FL, cosmetic dentist, Dr. Silberstein, at (561) 459-1600 to schedule your appointment.

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