Top Anti-Aging Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

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Cosmetic dentistry has gained widespread popularity in the US over the past few years. It generated $4 billion in revenue last year. The growth rate is also positive, being pegged at 2.5% for 2018. Cosmetic dentistry aims to beautify the way your teeth look. The many kinds of procedures that qualify as cosmetic dentistry are especially effective as anti-aging solutions.

With age, our teeth become discolored, stained, chipped, worn out, misaligned, broken, and develop gaps between them. Modern cosmetic dental procedures can help you overcome these problems and give you a brighter smile. A combination of cosmetic procedures can be employed to give you a ‘smile makeover’ and make your teeth look better overall. This has far-reaching positive effects on confidence.

Here are the top cosmetic dentistry procedures that you can undergo.

Teeth Whitening

This is the least expensive and simplest cosmetic dental procedure out there. Teeth whiteners contain dental bleach that whitens your teeth very effectively. In-office dental bleach is the most effective, but also the most expensive. Alternatively, you can get home whitening products over-the-counter, although they are far less effective than getting a professional to do the job.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are applied after removing a half millimeter of tooth enamel. After removing the stained enamel, a wafer thin veneer shell is cemented into its place. These shells make your teeth look immaculate, hiding any wear and tear. These veneers can be made of porcelain or resin composite materials. While the former are more stain-resistant, the latter mimic natural teeth to a much greater degree.

Dental Crowns

Other than making the affected teeth look more beautiful, dental crowns are also very useful in preventing any further decay. These crowns are tooth caps that fully cover the stained and decayed part of teeth. Crowns are not cheap and can cost more than $500.

 Dental Crowns

Onlays and Inlays

Inlays and onlays are used when your teeth suffer damage that is too extensive to be dealt with using a simple filling, but are also not damaged enough to require a crown.

They’re made to fill in decayed parts of the teeth are considered to be ‘indirect fillings,’ which means that unlike traditional filling, they are fabricated separately and bonded later. These fillings are made from different materials, like gold and composite materials. An inlay is when the material fills the center of the teeth and the onlay is when multiple parts of a tooth are filled, including the biting surface.

Implants

A dental implant is a screw that serves as  a replacement for the root of a tooth. It then supports a dental prosthetic that mimics the lost tooth. They are made from titanium and are fixed fused with the jawbone through a process called osseointegration. The jaw bone heals around this metal post, providing a good foundation for the replacement tooth.

Other Options

There are several other dental cosmetic procedures as well. Braces can be used to make the teeth’s alignment right. A denture is also a cosmetic dentistry NJ treatment that serves as a replacement for lost teeth.

Rapha Dental

Rapha Dental provides top of the line procedure  affordable cosmetic dentistry New Jersey. Our services are gentle and affordable and we aim to make your teeth look as beautiful and feel as comfortable as possible.

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