FAQs About Treatment with a Cosmetic Dentist

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Anyone who has imperfections in their smile that cause them to feel insecure should consider how a cosmetic dentist can help them achieve a more attractive smile that brings them more confidence each day.

Most people understand a better smile would be beneficial. Unfortunately, all too many avoid treatment, as they fear they are not a good candidate.

Cosmetic Dentist FAQs

There are certain questions that cosmetic dentists frequently receive. It is important to know useful information when considering treatment.

The following are four of the most frequently asked questions about what a cosmetic dentist does and the benefits treatment has to offer.

Who is a good candidate for treatment?

There are some that put off treatment thinking it is too expensive or there is not an effective treatment for their cosmetic concern. However, cosmetic dentists have numerous treatment options available to them. They fix essentially any cosmetic issue there is, from stained teeth to a complete replacement of an entire row of missing teeth.

It is encouraged for anyone who has imperfections in their smile to visit with a cosmetic dentist to learn more about available treatment options. 

What treatment options are available?

As mentioned, there are numerous treatment options available to patients. Each patient is unique and the treatment plan is tailored to meet the patient’s exact needs and treatment preferences. With that said, some of the more common treatments include but are not limited to:

  • Teeth whitening
  • Dental veneers
  • Braces or aligners
  • Dental crowns
  • Dental implants

From minor instances of tooth discoloration to severely damaged or missing teeth, cosmetic dentists can effectively and efficiently treat a wide range of complications.

What are the benefits of cosmetic treatment?

The benefits vary from patient to patient. Most patients report having increased confidence due to their new and more attractive smile following a cosmetic dental treatment procedure. Many also find they perform better in a professional setting, such as doing well on job interviews and giving a better presentation while on the job. Also, many who receive cosmetic dentist treatment find themselves to be more confident pursuing romantic relationships.

How do I determine the best type of treatment?

Another reason many who could benefit from cosmetic dentist treatment put off visiting a cosmetic dentist is that they do not know what they want. Fortunately, however, patients do not have to know what they want and should not feel as if they have to make the decision alone. Dentists work closely with their patients to come up with the best form of treatment.

The first step is to simply schedule a consultation with a cosmetic dentist. They can conduct an oral examination, discuss what the patient hopes to get out of treatment and recommend treatment options that would be successful.

Talk to a cosmetic dentist today

If you want to learn more about the benefits of cosmetic dental treatment and how it can help you gain a more attractive smile, then reach out to us. Let us schedule a time for you to come in for your first visit.

Request an appointment here: https://www.southgatefamilydentistry.com or call South Gate Family Dentistry at (323) 431-2320 for an appointment in our South Gate office.

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