Naylors Court Dental Partners

What are the benefits of cosmetic dentistry?

While promoting your oral health through routine visits and dental treatments is our top priority, the team at Naylor's Court Dental Partners also wants you to have a smile you'll love to show off. Those treatments we offer that are primarily concerned with how your teeth look comprise cosmetic dentistry in Pikesville, MD.

One misconception about this branch of dentistry is that it only addresses superficial tooth problems. But the reality is that cosmetic dental treatments have numerous gains beyond appearance, for your oral health, but also your mental health and overall well-being.

Dental and Mental Benefits of Cosmetic Dentists in Pikesville

One treatment that addresses a dental problem and enhances appearance is tooth-colored fillings. Our dentists use a composite resin matched to your tooth color in order to repair tooth decay that has penetrated your tooth enamel. This service eliminates the cavity but also looks perfectly natural.

In addition, these resins are so attractive and versatile that we use them to correct tooth flaws like discoloration, teeth gaps, chips, and misshapen teeth.

The positive psychological impacts of a smile you're proud to display are well-documented. Even just the act of smiling has the potential to make you and the people around you feel better. Smiling releases endorphins and promotes stress relief.

The social benefits are also considerable, especially when making a first impression. Whether you have a first date, an important job interview, or want to make the best impression on an average day, your bright and open smile can be an asset in every way.

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