The Lasting Trend Of A Natural Looking Smile
The Lasting Trend Of A Naturally Looking Smile
That’s correct…a natural looking, gorgeous smile is so “IN” right now. According to the American Academy Of Cosmetic Dentistry, the latest research shows that 1 out of 2 Americans remember an individual’s smile first after an initial meeting, instead of other features on the face.
Many cosmetic dentists agree that there is a public misconception that cosmetic dentists only make teeth look good. However, cosmetic dentistry is much more complex than one might think. A quality cosmetic dentist rebuilds teeth that have broken down over time, restores functionality, and preserves a natural looking beautiful smile. The Academy Of Cosmetic Dentistry, knows that “Cosmetic dentists are experts at assessing how a person’s teeth work in conjunction with their lips and overall face shape. There are mathematical elements and artistic nuances that work together to create the perfect harmony of a fantastic smile.”
Cosmetic dentistry can correct the following common tooth problems:
· Color-- yellowing and discoloration of teeth
· Size-- small or shorter teeth
· Shape – older teeth can appear flatter or rough around the edges
· Alignment/Spacing-- tooth gams, minor misaligned, or crooked teeth
Although the most popular cosmetic dental service among the individuals is teeth whitening , the second most popular procedure is porcelain veneers which allows smile enhancements to look organic. Besides the natural looking option of porcelain veneers, the advanced technology (such as Laser Dentistry and CAD CAM) found in today’s dental implants, dental crowns & bridges also allows cosmetic dentists to enhance a beautiful smile.
So, if you would like to ensure that individuals remember you for your gorgeous natural looking smile, please call the trusted dental practice of Ronald L. Morse DDS, PC at 303-279-6929 and/or email us to schedule your next dental appointment.
“AACD Experts Embrace Natural Looking Teeth Trend.” American Academy Of Cosmetic Dentistry. < http://www.aacd.com/index.php?module=cms&page=1610>