Top Five Trends in Cosmetic Dentistry

March 05, 2019, Dental Studio 101

Cosmetic dentistry has come a long way. In fact, it’s the fastest-growing field in the dental industry.

With every passing year, achieving the coveted “Hollywood smile” gets easier and more affordable. Thanks to all the recent advancements in cosmetic dentistry, people nowadays have better access to treatment options that will help them acquire a smile they’ll love.

The myriad of options available has become so extensive that it’s hard to keep track of everything that cosmetic dentistry has to offer. To save you the hassle, we did a round-up of the most popular trends to date.

1. Teeth Whitening Never Goes Out Of Demand

This trend has been around for ages and – without a doubt – it’s here to stay. This time, however, people are starting to take the "dazzle" factor down a notch and opt for more natural-looking white teeth.

Most of us will never stop wanting whiter teeth. After all, it’s the key to a beautiful and radiant smile. But for different reasons (mainly due to our lifestyle, habits, and vices), we can’t seem to get rid of teeth stains no matter how hard or often we brush and floss our teeth.

So what else can we say but thank heavens for teeth whitening? Despite the busy and sometimes crazy modern lives we lead, a radiant smile is never out of reach.

2. Dental Veneers: When Teeth Whitening Just Isn’t Enough

Unfortunately, teeth whitening is not for everyone. Some teeth need more attention than others.

If your teeth are heavily discolored, crooked, or have gaps between them, dental veneers might be the solution you're looking for. This popular trend in cosmetic dentistry is perfect for adjusting and correcting severe tooth problems.

The veneers, typically made of porcelain, are placed on top of your existing teeth. The result? Improved appearance of your teeth and a more beautiful smile.

3. Dental Implants – The Prosthetics of Dentistry

Veneers are great, but they can’t bring lost teeth back. Luckily, dental implants can!

You don’t have to worry about missing teeth making you look old anymore. In case you lost one (or a few) of your pearly whites to extraction, this is a way to bring your youthful smile back.

Yes, “getting implants” may have a scary ring to it, but this is one procedure you don’t have to fear because they’re pretty standard these days.

Dental implants aren’t just for show. Aside from helping you look better, they make your mouth healthier and your jaw stronger too!

4. The Art of Gum Contouring

For those with gummier-than-usual smiles, gum contouring is your key to a perfect smile! A top trend in cosmetic dentistry, this procedure makes your teeth look longer and shapelier for a more visually appealing smile.

Anyway, here’s a bit of trivia: your dentist will use a laser to reshape your gums.

The idea of getting your mouth “lasered” for the sake of beauty may not resonate well with some people, but gum reshaping isn’t just about appearances. It also promotes better teeth and gum health.

5. Invisalign: Not Your Regular Braces

Braces evolved with cosmetic dentistry. Long gone are the days when metal was the only option people have to straighten their teeth. To be fair, metal braces delivered, but you must admit they're not very comfortable or pleasant to look at.

If you don’t want the “brace-face,” go for Invisalign! These clear braces yield the same result as traditional ones but are more comfortable. And the best part is, people will hardly notice you’re wearing them!

Let’s face it: many people have been mocked and bullied for having metal across their teeth. As an almost-invisible and removable alternative, Invisalign minimizes the physical unease of wearing braces. More importantly, it gives you confidence and makes you feel better about yourself.

Whatever kind of tooth problem you have, there’s likely a cosmetic dentistry procedure to correct it and make it look better. Even more incredible are the variety of payment options and financing plans available.

It’s time for a smile makeover! What are you waiting for?

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