Have you been wanting to reinvent the smile that you currently have? A smile makeover is for individuals that want to improve the look of their smile through Urban Smiles Dental cosmetic procedures. Our dental office in Chicago takes every part of you into consideration when considering a smile makeover for your teeth. Your skin tone, the color of your hair, your lips, the shape of your teeth, and other factors are all used to identify the best treatment for your customized smile. There are several ways your teeth may be enhanced, such as:
- Dental Veneers
- Teeth Whitening
- Dental Implants
- Composite Bonding
Just let your Urban Smiles Dental dentist know what you do not like about your smile and we will develop a plan for your new smile that will have your teeth shining brighter than you ever could have imagined.
The Color of Teeth
Fillings may need to be replaced if they were made of amalgam materials. Amalgam turns black after it is applied in the mouth and worn for a period of time. Composite resin, however, is the color of teeth and does not turn black over time. This means they will never be noticeable in the mouth, saving you from having black spots show when you smile or speak. Veneers, whitening, crowns, bridges, and other dental appliances can allow you to restore the color of teeth to their original whiteness.
If you are missing teeth, then there are plenty of options for replacing them. Dental implants are one option, using titanium posts to attach permanent or removeable replacement teeth securely to the gums. Bridges, whether full or partial, are another way to restore missing teeth.
Spacing & Alignment
The spacing of your teeth may be skewed, or you may have crooked or overlapping teeth. Gaps can also be fixed by Urban Smiles Dental in Chicago. Orthodontic treatment, such as Invisalign and braces, can correct these issues and more.
You can get the teeth you have always wanted with a smile makeover. Not only will your smile look amazing, it will be customized to look just as natural as your real teeth.