Cosmetic dentistry is a very broad field that encompasses many terms and procedures under it. At York Dental Group in York Harbor, ME, our dentists have undergone training on all of these procedures and how to do them well.
There are new advancements with every passing day in cosmetic dentistry. It’s important to stay up to date on all the latest for the benefit of our patients at York Dental Group. You’ll also find yourself part of the team as you tell us what kind of outcome you’re looking for.
When a patient comes to us looking for cosmetic dentistry procedures, they usually have something specific in mind. If something is bothering you, you probably have a plan on how you want it to be fixed. For example, a person with a chipped tooth already has an image of what they want their perfect smile to look like.
It’s our goal to fulfill that image and bring it to life. With the help of software that can produce images of potential results and mock materials, we can set a plan together of your expectations. Once we reach an outcome on the software and mock materials that you’re satisfied with, we can start working on your smile.
There are a variety of procedures that can be utilized for the benefit of cosmetic dentistry. Teeth whitening is very popular and something we do many times each week. Veneers which can be used to cover damaged teeth and provide extra strength are also popular.
Bonding isn’t too expensive and is something we rely on heavily to fix chipped or broken teeth. In bonding, we use materials that resemble teeth to fill in any spaces or broken parts. The materials used are identical in shade and color to the rest of a person’s teeth. That way, no one can tell the difference.
Cosmetic dentistry might seem complicated, but it’s not. All you have to do is tell us your vision. We’ll try to bring that vision to life, first through software and mock materials, and then through working on your smile. Schedule your appointment now!
Our dentist in York Harbor, ME also welcomes patients from the below given nearby areas: