Whether to go for cosmetic dental surgery is a matter of cost because we all want to look our best if we are honest with ourselves. For more information on procedures possible, click here. For those still undecided, we shall weigh up the decision as to whether to go for cosmetic dental treatment or not below.
Pros of Cosmetic Dentistry
By electing to have a dental treatment that will improve our look we can be opening up a new world for ourselves. Those who rejected us because of how little we were able to smile will now have little reason to avoid making face contact with us.
Cosmetic dentistry not only improves the look for others we worry about thinking less of us but also for ourselves. We can look in our mirror with pride after the treatment and know that we have made the right decision. From now onwards, we will not see a different person but a happier one. A more contented person who is happier about how they look and look to others.
Why We Might Be Undecided About Dental Surgery
We might worry about the pain of having dental cosmetic surgery. As far as this goes, not all dental treatments are painful, despite what many will tell you who have not even had the treatments. During a procedure, your mouth will be numbed, and any slight pain or discomfort later will be with the benefit of a good look attached to it. Any dental pain will be temporary unless we have a raging toothache with which we have not dealt.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Dental Treatments
Dental implants are permanently secured to jawbones and so they will not be able to fall out. It is, despite how it sounds, considered quite painless. You should not worry about titanium on your jawbone because it causes little pain compared to your imagination thinking about it. The pain after the procedure is hardly anything and you will be able to go back to work in no time at all. A side effect is that there is a small risk of infection, as with any medical procedure. A dentist will go through any side effects before you agree to the procedure.
Porcelain veneers are considered better than composite ones if you want them to last longer. They have the advantage of disguising chipped, crooked, and stained teeth. They are cemented onto the front of existing teeth, therefore supporting their structure to a degree at the same time, although not as much as a crown would.
A crown is considered a better solution than a veneer where a tooth has a large filling, is worn or cracked, or has a root canal. It is restorative as much as it improves the patient’s look. Veneers are more for minor shape corrections and will assist with covering stained teeth as an alternative to teeth whitening procedures.
Braces that can be fitted to straighten crooked teeth, invisible or otherwise, are not at all invasive and only temporary compared to other treatments that are permanent except for later maintenance. The most permanent of these treatments will be dental implants. Composite veneers will typically last 5-7 years, porcelain veneers 10-15 years, and dental implants potentially a lifetime.
All these treatments are guaranteed to improve a smile. Your decision will relate to cost as there is little pain to consider as a sacrifice for improved looks.
It is good to know something about dental treatments that improve looks. We are more familiar otherwise with those that deal with tooth decay when teeth need filling. Then preferably with a white filling rather than a standout amalgam one, for all the wrong reasons.