Durability - Advances in the field of cosmetic dentistry offer attractive, tooth-colored treatments that last just as long as their traditional metal counter-parts. Porcelain composites used for the treatment of dental decay – in the way of crowns and white fillings – are able to protect teeth for as long as amalgam fillings and metal-on-porcelain crowns. Patients can feel confident their newly corrected smile will stay with them for a long time with proper care.
Function - Cosmetic treatments also restore functionality to a patient's bite so they can exert full and even force while biting and chewing. With damaged or missing teeth, patients are often forced to chew on one side of their mouths to avoid discomfort. This creates uneven wear and tear on teeth and puts extra pressure on healthy structures. Damaged teeth also restrict your biting capabilities, as decayed teeth are already weak, and missing teeth take away what you need to bite into and chew your favorite meal.
Cosmetic dental treatments like crowns, veneers, dental implants, and fixed bridges, protect damaged teeth, fill in gaps created by missing teeth, restore oral function, and help your smile appear healthy.
How We Can Help
At Aggieland Dental Associates, Drs. Ken and Roxane Spence can enhance your smile with a comprehensive range of cosmetic services. We even offer Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics (CEREC), which produces prosthetics, crowns and veneers, in as little as one dental appointment. Call our office for an appointment today, and discover how cosmetic dentistry can help restore your teeth to full health.