Get the Smile You’ve Always Wanted With Our Help
The cosmetic dentistry services at Family Dental Center of Macon in Macon, GA can help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted. Oftentimes, your smile is one of the first things people will notice about you. Since 1989, we have provided a wide range of cosmetic dental options to help patients bring out their best smiles. From dental crowns and bridges to veneers and bonding, we offer everything you’ll want for your complete smile makeover. Our cosmetic procedures and treatments will help patients achieve the smile they’ve always wanted by correcting tooth shape, alignment, colors, and more. Cosmetic dentistry can give you a healthier smile, restored confidence, and even a more youthful appearance. Below, we’ve gone into detail about four of our most popular cosmetic dentistry services:
Crowns encase the entire visible portion of a tooth, acting as the tooth’s new and improved outer surface. A crown can be used when a tooth is broken or decayed to the point where a filling would not repair the problem. The crown acts as a protective shell around the damaged or decayed tooth to strengthen it and simultaneously improve its appearance.
Bridges are essentially false teeth that fill the gaps that missing teeth create. Additionally, gaps can be dangerous to one’s oral health. When teeth shift, it can result in changes to one’s bite. Bridges work to alleviate this potential problem. They do so by utilizing the two surrounding teeth to hold a false tooth in place.
Porcelain veneers are custom-made “shells” that cover a tooth’s surface to improve its aesthetic appearance. Crafted from thin, tooth-colored materials, porcelain veneers can enhance the appearance of otherwise worn-down or stained teeth. They can also improve the shape or size of teeth.
Bonding is a restorative procedure where tooth-colored resin is bonded to a tooth via ultraviolet light. This procedure is quicker and more affordable than veneers or crowns. It is an excellent way to enhance small cosmetic improvements to your smile. Bonding can also be completed in one office visit, as nothing needs to be customized at a dental laboratory.