If you're embarrassed to smile, we have many options to help you. We have options like cosmetic dentistry which would include crowns, veneers, aesthetic fillings, that kind of thing. If you have a denture that doesn't look correct, we have many ways to make cosmetic dentures that you can't even tell that the person wears them. We have a lot of options that really make your smile look natural but also really good, really remarkable.
Why Not Just Grab A Teeth Whitening System At The Store?
Oftentimes, you get what you pay for. There are several teeth whitening products you can buy at the supermarket and drugstore these days. You don’t need a prescription to buy them, but that’s because the bleaching agent is intentionally weak. It will work, just not well. You can save yourself hassle and money by getting professional-strength teeth whitening from our Jeffersonville, IN dental office. Why not get it done right the first time?
Will Cosmetic Work Hurt My Teeth?
Except in extremely rare cases, cosmetic work will not hurt anything. In fact, some treatments can actually help improve your smile and prevent problems. Dental veneers, for example, are thin shells that cover the front of your teeth. They’re made to look like bright, healthy teeth and instantly give you a winning smile. They also seal up damage like chips and cracks to make sure they don’t get worse.
Can You Help With Gum Problems?
Your teeth might look fine. Your gums, however, may not. If you have a gummy smile or gums damaged from infection, Dr. Kirchner can help. A periodontal infection can often cause your gum line to look abnormal. We can treat the infection and then use cosmetic dentistry measures to restore your beautiful smile.
What If I’m Missing Teeth?
It’s hard to make a smile look good when there are gaps in it. That’s one of the reasons you need replacements for any teeth that have come out. If you’re missing just one, a dental implant is a great tooth replacement option. If you’re missing several, dentures and All-on-4® implants may be better. Partial dentures will replace just a few teeth, while full dentures and All-on-4 replace all of the teeth on the top or bottom of your mouth.