As aggravating as it can be to see little flaws dominate your smile, the idea of cosmetic dental work can be intimidating if you expect a long or involved process. What you might not realize is that your New York, NY dentist can provide remarkable improvements with less work than you realize. Dental bonding and contouring work can lead to positive results if you have teeth that look discolored, damaged, or show signs of congenital abnormalities. This work can provide benefits without requiring any lab-made restorations, and you can see results in less time than you expect. Depending on the amount of work needed, your dentist may be able to send you away with your problems fully addressed after just one appointment!
Taking Care To Provide Lasting Cosmetic Improvements For Problem Teeth
During a bonding treatment, tooth-colored resin is carefully applied to hide visible flaws that have had a negative effect on your appearance. This material an provide natural coverage for chips and cracks, and it can correct problems with the shape or size of a tooth. Contouring will see your dentist carefully remove a safe amount of enamel from a tooth. This can help to even out a jagged or chipped tooth. It can also be useful if you have an abnormally large tooth that causes trouble with your appearance.
Keeping Up With Oral Care After You Undergo Cosmetic Dental Work
While your bonding and contouring work can be completed in relatively little time, your goal should obviously be to maintain those improvements for as long as possible. You can do this by keeping up with good preventive dental health habits. Limit your exposure to dark or color-rich products to avoid discoloration, and be mindful that chewing or biting on hard surfaces, like pen caps or ice cubes, can lead to damage.
Talk To Dr. Schwartz About Cosmetic Bonding And Contouring Work
Dr. Schwartz can provide quality cosmetic care through dental bonding and contouring work. If you are ready to make real changes to your appearance, let us know! You can schedule a consultation by calling the dental office Dr. Jack Schwartz in New York today at 212-582-6617, or you can reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.