If you are ready to revitalize your smile, then a smile makeover may be for you. A smile makeover is a process of improving your smile with a set of cosmetic procedures. This can include dental implants, teeth whitening, veneers, and crowns, among other treatments.
When you are thinking about getting a smile makeover, you will want to take into account your skin tone, facial appearance, teeth, and hair color as well as what the end result is that you want to achieve. There are many reasons why you might get a smile makeover and your unique considerations will play a role.
If you are unhappy with the color of your teeth, veneers or tooth whitening can help to change the color to a more desirable shade. Additionally, if you have silver-colored fillings, replacing them with natural-colored fillings will help whiten your overall smile as well.
When you are thinking about the color of your teeth, you will want to remember that dark teeth may make your mouth seem aged while having bright, white teeth can give you a more youthful appearance. However, you should consider your skin color as well since medium to dark skin tends to make teeth look whiter.
Someone who has lighter skin may need to have more teeth whitening treatments than someone who has darker skin. Your dentist is skilled at finding the perfect balance between whiter teeth and giving you a natural look.
When considering your tooth color, you will want to get any veneers or crowns before choosing teeth whitening since your restorations can’t be whitened. For the most even results, you will want to maintain the color of your teeth after getting whitening. You can do this by avoiding foods and beverages that cause stains.
If you have one or more missing teeth, then your entire smile can suffer. This will also increase your risk of dental decay and can even affect your bite. This means that getting replacement teeth is vital for your facial aesthetics as well as your oral health. The good news is that you have a variety of options to choose from for replacing your teeth including bridges, implants, and partial dentures.
If your teeth are overlapping, crooked, or have large gaps, you can get orthodontic treatment for them. However, this does not mean that you are limited to braces. If you do not want your treatment to be as obvious as metal braces, Invisalign offers a discreet option to fix many of the orthodontic issues you may have.
If you have only minor issues, such as small gaps between your teeth, you may not even need orthodontic treatment. Veneers are a quick way to correct these little issues.
If you feel like you would benefit from getting a smile makeover, the experienced staff at Above & Beyond Dental located in Bedford, Texas, would love to speak with you. Please contact us today to make an appointment at our office.