Dental Restoration
By Rothschild Dental
February 07, 2017
Category: Dental Procedures
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Maintain an Ageless Smile with Dental Restorations

More often than ever before, dentists are seeing patients choose dentistry treatments as non-surgical alternatives to face-lifts.  Whether you are a mature adult, or a younger person whose appearance is prematurely aged because your teeth have worn down from grinding and clenching, there is a restorative treatment option for keeping your smile looking younger.  What is the secret?  It is important to select the right cosmetic techniques to reshape and re-proportion the race, rather than just focusing on the mouth. Visit your dentist in Leesburg for more information on dental restorations available to help improve your smile and appearance.
 

A Whiter, Straighter Smile with Veneers

Dental veneers may solve most or even all of your cosmetic dental issues including worn enamel, wear and tear, genetics and uneven teeth.  Over time, the thin, hard, white substance covering your teeth called enamel, may become worn, dulled and discolored.  This wear and discoloration may be a natural occurrence, or the result of a genetic predisposition.  
 
Worn enamel can also be the result of drinking soda, tea or coffee, as well as smoking and medication use.  In addition, your teeth naturally wear down as you age, which are more likely to have chips, cracks or a generally uneven appearance.  Uneven teeth can also result from tooth grinding or general wear and tear.  Dental veneers are appropriate for treating all of these instances, in addition to several others.  
 

Crowns Cap Damaged, Discolored Teeth

If your tooth decay or damage is too extensive that dental veneers, direct composite bonding or other conservative treatments are not appropriate options, your Leesburg dentist will consult with you about dental crowns.  Dental crowns are synthetic caps, which are usually fabricated of a material such as porcelain, and placed on the top of a tooth.  They are used to restore your tooth to its normal shape and size, as well as to strengthen and improve the appearance of a tooth.  Crowns are necessary when a tooth is broken down and fillings won’t solve the problem.  If a tooth is cracked, a crown holds the tooth together to seal the cracks, preventing the damage from becoming worse. In addition, crowns can be used to provide support for a large filling, attach a bridge, protect weak teeth from fracturing, restore fractured teeth, or to cover badly shaped and discolored teeth.
 

Replace Gaps in Your Teeth with Implants

Since implants are securely attached to your jaw, you gain confidence to eat what you like, speak clearly and freedom from embarrassment. There are several advantages of dental implants over other restorative dental procedures. Implants restore a patient’s teeth as closely as possible to their natural state.  Plus, unlike removable dentures that can be embarrassing and inconvenient, implants are permanently set in place in your mouth, eliminating the need for pesky adhesives that keep dentures in place. 
 
Anchors that secure dental implants in place are integrated into the jawbone, making dental implants more stable than most other restorative dental techniques. And the stability and permanence of the implants help prevent bone loss and gum recession. Currently, dental implants are the only dental treatment option that preserve bone and maintain facial structures. Other benefits of implants include:
  • Increased support and stability of full upper or lower denture 
  • Enhanced chewing comfort 
  • Increased confidence while smiling, talking and eating 
  • Improved esthetic appearance and renewed confidence 
 
Contact your dentist in Leesburg today for a proper consultation to discuss solutions designed for your individual presentation, preference, and budget.  Don’t wait to restore your smile.  Your good health depends on it.  

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