Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry that uses treatments such as laminate coating, zirconium teeth, implants, orthodontics, and teeth bleaching to create an aesthetic smile. It enables you to have an aesthetically pleasing tooth and jaw structure in addition to oral and dental health.
Teeth and jaw structure that are aesthetically pleasing vary depending on a person’s physical and social characteristics. The treatments applied may differ for each patient and therefore are individual. The patient’s teeth and jaw structure are analyzed first in order to provide treatment with the cosmetic dentistry concept. The appropriate treatments and methods for the patient are then determined. Cosmetic applications are applied considering the physical and social characteristics of the patient.
Treatments Used in Cosmetic Dentistry
Jaw and tooth disorders are detected and analyzed. The jaw and tooth structure are then adjusted in line with the person’s physical structure.
Titanium screws are placed in the jawbone. Superstructures that provide a healthy chewing and aesthetic appearance are attached to these placed screws.
They are zirconia crowns that are used to replace broken, deformed, or missing teeth. It is a treatment that involves shaving the tooth to a certain extent and applying it to the tooth. It is also used for patients who want to have an aesthetic smile and healthy chewing.
It is a method applied by shaving the surface of the anterior tooth to a certain extent. Worn and deformed teeth are improved aesthetically thanks to the laminate coating. It is widely used in smile design.
For many reasons, factors such as age and diet can cause darkening of the tooth color over time. It is a cosmetic bleaching procedure. It varies depending on the patient and the tooth.
Taking the patient’s physical characteristics into account, It is the restoration of a natural and aesthetic appearance to teeth and gums that have deteriorated visually due to a variety of factors.