New research has shown a close relation between periodontal disease and cardiac disease. Thus, general well-being is associated with good oral health. Our Cosmetic Dentists focuses on improving the dental and facial aesthetic form and function for patients either needing or desiring oral and facial restoration that enhances their looks and smile.
Cosmetic dentistry helps you have a great smile and look your best. Instead of being focused on the health of your gums and teeth, it’s focused on how your teeth look. We offer a variety of cosmetic treatments, including:
Some of these are important for the overall health of your teeth, jawline, and mouth, too.
When to seek Medical Help?
You have good oral health
It’s important to have healthy teeth and gums before embarking on a journey to upgrade your smile. Meaning, you shouldn’t have any cavities, gum disease, or any other oral health problems. You also need good bone density and jaw construction to support dental implants; otherwise, they may fall out.
You have good dental habits
If you take good care of your teeth and gums, you’re a great candidate for cosmetic dentistry. This is because people who brush and floss their teeth regularly, and use mouthwash, have a lower chance of developing infections when they start a treatment. Visiting us twice a year for a comprehensive exam and teeth cleaning helps, too.
You have crooked, missing, or damaged teeth
If you have a gap between your teeth, or missing or crooked teeth, cosmetic dentistry can help you get the smile of your dreams. For example, veneers are custom made to hide these imperfections. They’re basically a thin covering made of porcelain that are glued to the front of your teeth.
You have stained or discolored teeth
The foods we eat and beverages we drink can stain or dull the color of our teeth. Smoking, certain medications, family history, and age also play a factor in tooth color. If you’re longing for some pearly whites, try teeth whitening or veneers.
You don’t smoke
We don’t want to exclude anyone, but it’s best if you don’t smoke or are at least trying to quit. Smoking yellows your teeth, increases the buildup of tartar and plaque that can lead to cavities, and puts you at higher risk for gum disease, tooth loss, and even cancer. People who smoke also have longer healing times and less success with dental implants.
Burjeel Specialty Hospital reputation is built on the quality of medical care provided. Hence, stringent standards are in place to recruit world-class medical professionals. Our panel of highly qualified expertise have trained extensively in leading hospitals around the world and possess internationally recognized degrees from Europe and other continents. Combined with state-of-the-art technology, the team delivers exemplary care and treatment following the highest international standards and protocols.
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