An increasing number of adults are turning to cosmetic dentistry later in life. After a lifetime spent looking after your family and working tirelessly, it can be common to feel somewhat jaded when things start to change – the last of the kids heads off for life at university, or you approach retirement age.
To beat the blues, it’s time to treat yourself. After all that you have achieved thus far, you deserve to invest a little time, money, and effort in your own happiness and wellbeing. Whether you’ve never been entirely satisfied with your smile or you’ve recently lost or broken a tooth, cosmetic dentistry can help create a brand new smile for the next chapter of life – and all the adventures that will bring you.
The Dental Surgery Burnham has an extensive range of cosmetic dentistry options, to help with everything from crooked teeth to broken or missing teeth, discoloured teeth to visible metal crowns. A cosmetic dentist will find the perfect solution to any problem.
Even people who have been held back by dental phobia for many years are now able to enjoy the benefits of cosmetic dental treatment. Modern dentistry has seen rapid advances in recent years and if you haven’t stepped inside a dental practice in a decade or more, you are likely to be pleasantly surprised by how tranquil and relaxed many dental surgeries now are.
Some people require just one cosmetic procedure to create their dream smile, whilst others benefit most from a combination of two or more. There is no such thing as a generic “perfect” smile; the perfect smile for you is the one that suits your face, looks both natural and beautiful, and gets rid of any niggles you may currently have.
Popular aesthetic procedures include teeth whitening, which can be done as a standalone treatment or can be the perfect complement to other procedures – for example, after a course of discreet teeth straightening with Six Month Smiles.
Cracked or chipped teeth can be restored by a variety of means, including veneers, composite bonding, and white fillings. Even missing teeth can be permanently replaced with dental implants.