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Cosmetic dentistry refers to dental and orthodontic procedures and appliances that are done primarily for the purposes of giving you a prettier smile. Though they may not be medically necessary, many people feel that they are very important ways of feeling more confident in the world.

Is cosmetic dentistry right for you?

What Is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Any dental procedure that leaves you with a more aesthetic smile falls into the category of cosmetic dentistry. Some cosmetic dental services are also medically necessary but not all of them can be described in this way.

Cosmetic dental services may include the following:

  • Dental implants and dentures
  • Bridges
  • Bonding
  • Braces, retainers, and aligners
  • Periodontal plastic surgery
  • Crowns and veneers
  • Chipped tooth repair
  • Teeth whitening

It is important to note that not all cosmetic dental procedures will be covered by insurance, so that’s something to keep in mind as you consider your options.

What Are Cosmetic Dentistry Implants?

Implants that are considered cosmetic dental procedures often serve to fill holes in your smile or otherwise improve the appearance of your smile. However, dental implants usually serve a medical purpose as well. They help to preserve the integrity of the jaw and can make it easier to eat.

Should I Choose Cosmetic Dentistry?

If you have a genetic abnormality or if you suffered an accident or injury that left your smile less than what you would like it to be, cosmetic dentistry may be the right choice for you.

Every person’s circumstance is different, so it depends on your overall goals for your mouth and your appearance. If you are missing teeth, cosmetic dentistry is recommended not only for the benefit to your smile but also for the overall benefit that it provides for your mouth and the surrounding healthy teeth. If the issue is yellowed, discolored, or chipped teeth, cosmetic dentistry is purely a personal choice as these issues have no impact on your ability to chew or function.

Not all cosmetic dental procedures are a one-and-done situation. For example, if you would like to whiten and brighten your teeth, this is a procedure that will need to be repeated a couple times per year at minimum.

Additionally, insurance will not cover the cost of teeth whitening, so if your budget is limited, this is another consideration.

Schedule Your Cosmetic Dentistry Appointment Today

Dison Family Dentistry is your local cosmetic dentistry clinic in Miami, available to provide you with both restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

Call now to set up a consultation so a cosmetic dentist can help you determine the best path forward, giving you all the options and information you need to make the best choice for your situation.

If you have questions about insurance coverage and cost, we can address those with you as well. Call Dison Family Dentistry for your first appointment today.

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