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The skill and experience of the dentist you select
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siruiyingwu
Posted 2014-04-30 12:22 AM (#196544)
Subject: The skill and experience of the dentist you select


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Teeth whitening.This procedure brightens teeth that are discolored or stained. Teeth whitening, or bleaching, can be done in a dentist's office or at home with a system dispensed by the dentist. Over-the-counter teeth-whitening products are also available.
Bonding.This can improve the appearance of teeth that are chipped, broken, cracked, stained, or have spaces in between them, by bonding tooth-colored materials to the tooth surface.
Veneers . These are thin, custom-made porcelain shells that cover the front of the teeth to disguise discoloration or imperfections. nsk handpiece
Tooth reshaping.This procedure involves changing the teeth to improve their appearance by modifying or removing enamel. Tooth reshaping (also known as dental contouring) is often combined with bonding.
Crown lengthening . This can fix a "gummy" smile (where more gums than teeth are visible) or an uneven gum line by removing excess gum tissue to expose more of the tooth's crown and give the appearance of longer teeth. This involves minor oral surgery.
Smile makeovers.These procedures involve a comprehensive assessment of the overall appearance of the teeth and smile. Typically, several cosmetic dentistry procedures are required to overhaul the look of a patient's smile. Think of it as a facelift for the mouth. http://www.medorder.eu/category-2045-b0-Dental-Loupes.html
How to Choose a Cosmetic Dentist

The skill and experience of the dentist you select can impact the outcome of your cosmetic dentistry work. While some dental specialists, such as orthodontists and periodontists, need additional education and special certifications in order to practice, the field of cosmetic dentistry doesn't have such requirements. Any dentist with a degree in general dentistry can perform cosmetic dentistry procedures. Most dentists who offer cosmetic dentistry have taken continuing education courses in the treatments and procedures. To be sure that the dentist you select is skilled in cosmetic dentistry, it's best to ask to for the following:

Before and after photos of patients treated
Patient references
Proof of continuing education
You'll also want to ask whether the dentist is a member of the AACD, which requires rigorous study of cosmetic dentistry procedures and an examination to become a member. To find an AACD dentist near you, log on to the AACD Web site.
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