Let me just preface this by saying the answer is not straightforward because there are several factors that determine how our teeth look and why braces are needed. The following will explain some of those different factors and the roles they play in answering this question.
OThe first, and most common, way that your dentist can help you get a brilliant smile is by whitening your teeth. Tooth whitening is growing in popularity all the time. Tooth whitening is a relatively simple, inexpensive, safe way to improve your looks almost overnight. Even BRUXISM, if clean and white looking, are attractive. Most people would take cooked white teeth over straight yellow ones any day. If you want a more brilliant smile, ask your dentist about tooth whitening; he’s sure to be full of information.
Kids or adults with very problematic teeth may want to get braces instead of getting caps. A single tooth that is crooked, has gaps between it and other teeth, or has stunted growth can have a cap fitted over it in just a single visit. It will match your other teeth in terms of size and color and will operate just as a real tooth would. It can improve the shape of your smile without the pain and cost of braces. However, it may only be worth it if you have very limited problems. Tooth whitening is another procedure for cosmetic purposes.
Some unscrupulous dentists will try to trade you services or treatments you do not need. In this situation, go along with your gut instinct to get an extra opinion from another dentist if you are unsure that any treatment solutions are not best for your needs.
A smile reveals so much about us. It can make all the difference between someone seeming to be just okay to being radiant. It’s easy to believe that the quality of a smile conveys the quality of a soul. If the quality of a smile improves with a new set of permanent, beautiful, straight, stunning white teeth who can tell what doors may open.
The dentist is most commonly used for a bi-annual cleaning. This is when they scrape your teeth of any plaque and buildup, and give your mouth a thorough cleaning.
If your child has been sucking for a long period of time they may need the attention of a dentist in order to correct their teeth while they are young and their jaw is still soft.