Did you know that improving the appearance of your smile can also improve your oral health? For instance, straightening crooked teeth with Invisalign or traditional metal braces makes it easier for patients to floss between teeth. Straightening teeth can also lessen the chance of developing bite problems. Often, patients who complete teeth whitening treatment maintain their results at home with a good oral hygiene routine.
The Dentists of Newtown provide cosmetic dentistry solutions to patients in Newtown, PA. These dental services address not only the look of the smile but its function and health. Our patients can receive brilliant, long-lasting results with cosmetic dental care.
Cosmetic Dental Services
Our cosmetic dental treatments leave patients with brighter, straighter, and healthier smiles:
Invisalign is a modern orthodontic treatment. With Invisalign aligners, teens and adults can straighten their misaligned teeth comfortably. There are multiple benefits that accompany Invisalign treatment. Because the Invisalign aligners are clear, they offer patients discreet orthodontic treatment. Invisalign aligners are also removable, so patients can thoroughly clean their smiles. They can also enjoy their treatment without any dietary restrictions.
Dental veneers are thin shells that fully cover the front of teeth. Veneers are made of porcelain ceramic, which reflects light just like natural teeth. If patients have discolored or even injured teeth, they can improve the shape and shade of their tooth enamel using veneers. For patients who do not want to commit to permanent veneers, we offer Lumineers. These thin laminate veneers are translucent and easily removable.
Dental bonding offers a similar treatment to veneers and Lumineers; however, it uses a malleable material to cover discoloration and damage. Tooth bonding treatment benefits patients with chips and cracks in their tooth enamel, as well as deep tooth stains. Our team can also color-match the bonding material to the shade of your natural teeth before applying it to the tooth enamel. Dental bonding is a quicker and more economical option for patients with tooth damage.
Our dental office provides patients with professional teeth whitening treatment. Professional whitening treatments can be used to brighten the tooth enamel by multiple shades. In-office treatment is great for patients attending special events. Take-home whitening allows patients to whiten their smiles in the comfort of their own homes. Patients who have deep tooth staining can also benefit from bonding or veneers.
Traditional dental braces are best suited for patients with moderate to severe orthodontic problems. Using metal wires and brackets, we help patients address problems like underbite, overbite, or crossbite. Additionally, patients who have bite disorders are good candidates for braces treatment.
Why Straighten Crooked Teeth?
Crooked teeth not only impact the aesthetics of the smile but the health of your teeth and gums as well. Patients who have a misaligned smile are more likely to develop bite disorders like TMJ. Crooked teeth can create an uneven bite, which increases stress on the jaw joints. This stress and tension in the face may lead to problems such as teeth clenching and grinding, jaw pain, and tooth wear.
It may also be difficult for patients to clean between severely crooked teeth, especially if they have misaligned teeth in the back of the mouth. Not properly removing food debris or bacteria between the teeth can lead to bacteria buildup. When harmful bacteria build up between the teeth and gums, it can develop into problems like gum disease and tooth decay.
Enhance Your Natural Smile
Do you want to brighten, reshape, or realign your smile? Receive cosmetic dental treatment in our Newtown, Pennsylvania dental office today. Request a dental consultation with our dental team on our website or call the Dentists of Newtown at 267-692-2394 for prompt treatment. Please let us know if you have any current oral health concerns and we will be happy to assist you. Our team looks forward to seeing you at your next dental appointment!