3 Popular Tooth Reshaping Options

Are you considering tooth reshaping options? If you are someone that is not happy with the shape of your teeth and feel that you would smile more with better-shaped teeth, learning more about teeth reshaping options is a great idea! When it comes to the shape of our teeth it is genetics that decide what our teeth are going to look like. However, with modern dental technologies, you are now able to reshape your teeth so that they can look how you want them to.

Why reshape teeth?

The main reason why dental patients are interested in reshaping their teeth is because it allows them a more aesthetically pleasing smile. Having a smile one can be proud of is important and reshaping teeth can allow patients to have the smile they have always wanted. Another reason for reshaping teeth is because they are causing problems, which is often due to a crowded mouth or having uneven teeth.

3 popular tooth reshaping options

The following are three of the more popular tooth reshaping options available for dental patients.

1. Dental bonding is a popular reshaping option for dental patients. Bonding is not only able to reshape a dental patient's tooth so that it can look like they want it to look, it can also make teeth stronger.

2. Dental crowns are also known as dental caps and are a commonly used reshaping option for dental patients. A crown is placed over the patients existing tooth in order to give it a new shape that allows for a more aesthetically pleasing smile.

3. Dental veneers are also known as porcelain veneers and are often used to reshape a patients front teeth. An experienced dentist is able to attach the veneers in a way that makes them virtually unnoticeable as they are made to match your existing teeth.

Thinking your teeth need to be reshaped?

If you are interested in learning more about tooth reshaping, we ask that you contact us as soon as possible for more information. If you feel that your teeth would benefit from being reshaped, you should discuss your options with an experienced dentist. After your consultation appointment, they will be able to inform you of your reshaping options. Once you have your teeth reshaped, you will be able to proudly show your teeth! If you have any questions regarding the reshaping of your teeth, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here for you!

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