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Cosmetic Dentistry

Clean aligners are transparent plastic trays that are used to straighten teeth. They are an alternative to traditional metal braces and are virtually invisible. The benefits of clean aligners include improved oral hygiene, easier maintenance, and a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. They can also be removed for eating and cleaning, making them more convenient than traditional braces.
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Benefits of Clear Aligners

Nearly invisible appearance
Comfortable to wear
Removable for easy cleaning and eating
Custom-fit for optimal effectiveness
Shorter treatment time compared to traditional braces
No metal brackets or wires to adjust
Improved oral hygiene during treatment
This can lead to better long-term dental health
Boosted self-confidence with straighter teeth
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Before deciding to undergo any cosmetic procedure, it's important to know the benefits and risks and what you can expect during the process. Make sure you're clear about what it will cost, how much experience your dentist has with the procedure, and whether any special maintenance will be needed afterward.
01. Stained or discolored teeth
Using a chemical process, your dentist can bleach your teeth in one of two ways. He can do an in-office procedure, or provide you with a system to use at home.
02. Bonding materials for filling small cavities
Bonding may improve how your teeth look if they have excess space between them, or if they are chipped, broken, stained, or cracked. Dentists also use bonding materials to fill small cavities or to protect the exposed root of a tooth.
03. Porcelain veneer teeth covering
These custom shells, typically made of porcelain (sometimes plastic), cover the front sides of the teeth to change their color and/or shape. Veneers last longer than bonding and provide a superior appearance.
04. Using dental crowns (metal, resin, ceramics)
Crowns can be made from metal, porcelain fused to metal, resin, or ceramic materials. Because crowns are costly, dentists usually suggest them only when other procedures can't produce a pleasing result.