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Thursday, 1 June 2017

Six Cosmetic Dental Procedures

Cosmetic dentistry helps many people a self-confident smile, and also corrected many dental abnormalities. Six of the most common cosmetic dental procedures  are:

1.Dental bonding: This is done to fill the gaps in the teeth and cover patches and chips. The method comprises applying a composite resin material to the tooth. The material, which is available in various colors, will be shaped to cover the desired area. Then dried to a light of high intensity or a chemical is used. The process does not lead to the patient, unless a small tooth roughening no complaints is made. Dental bonding requires no more than a visit to the dentist and is relatively inexpensive compared to other dental restoration procedures.

2.Tooth and reshaping: This rapid procedure, inexpensive and non-invasive is used to correct problems such as tooth overlays, flat pits and grooves in the enamel, worn edges and broken teeth. The dentist uses a polishing tool to remove a small amount of tooth floss and reform. The melt removal process is performed only after having been confirmed by x-rays of the teeth dentists' transformation are strong enough to withstand a loss of tooth fusion. The process is completed by smoothing and polishing the newly profiled tooth edges. The process usually requires a follow-up after the first visit.

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3. Mouthguards and night guards: These are made of plastic devices that provide sports protection to the mouth and during sleep. The mouth guard dissipate shock caused by violent touch and thus protect the head and neck. They are prepared using a form of teeth. The mouth guard can be stored in the form of mouth or custom. Night watchman to prevent bruxism between the teeth during sleep. They are ideal for people with worn teeth, suffering from pain in the jaw and teeth sensitive to cold.

4. Halitosis or bad breath: The distribution of the food particles by bacteria in the plaque, in the crevices of the tongue and between the teeth leads to the generation of volatile sulfur compounds (VSC), which cause mouth odor. Periodontal disease also causes halitosis. Dentists determine the amount of VSC produced a halimeter. The treatment usually includes the following of a prescribed oral hygiene, which may include the use of irrigators, artificial saliva, tongue scraper, etc.

5.Tooth whitening: This treatment is useful for removing stains that appear by consuming tea, coffee, cigarettes and wine. Bleaching is generally carried out using bleaching gel which is hydrogen or carbamide peroxide. The gel breaks oxygen molecules, which penetrate the tooth fuse and dentin and disintegrate stains. The time required for the results to be displayed depends on the source of the spot and varies from several hours to several weeks.

6.Crowns and bridges: Teeth requiring a repair after an accident or excessive decay can be treated using a crown that is an artificial substitute for the upper part of the tooth. A bridge is a replacement tooth to place is held in place by two rings that bind adjacent teeth.