Naylors Court Dental Partners

Small Cosmetic Changes for a Major Transformation

February 18, 2018
Posted By: Dr. Jennifer Virmani
Woman Smiling | Naylors Court Dental Partners

If you are not happy with the look of your smile, you might be surprised to learn that you don't have to undergo a major cosmetic procedure to make a big transformation. In fact, there are small cosmetic changes you can make that can dramatically improve your smile.

Talk to your cosmetic dentist in Pikesville to find out about specific treatments that can change your smile for the better. Perhaps Dr. Virmani will recommend the following cosmetic dental procedures in Pikesville.

Teeth Whitening

If you are a coffee lover or a red wine aficionado, your teeth might not be as white as you'd like. With professional teeth whitening, you can have a smile that is many shades whiter--and it doesn't take much more than an hour or so.

With take-home kits to follow up on your in-office treatment, your teeth can stay white and bright!

Dental Bonding

If you have had your amalgam fillings replaced with tooth-colored fillings, you are already familiar with the material used for bonding. Dental bonding can be used to fix a gap in your teeth, for example, that completely transform your smile. If you have a tooth that is damaged or discolored, dental bonding might be for you.

Porcelain Veneers

Admittedly, veneers will cost more than teeth whitening or dental bonding, but it is a minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry procedure that will give you a Hollywood-caliber smile in just a couple of dental appointments. Veneers are wafer-thin translucent shells that fit over the fronts of your teeth, hiding a multitude of problems. Often called instant orthodontics, they can even camouflage your crooked teeth in a fraction of the time it would take to get through braces treatment.

Why live with a smile you don't want to show off? Talk to Pikesville cosmetic dentist Dr. Virmani about how small cosmetic changes can yield big results!

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