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Why Cosmetic Dentistry? More Than Meets the Eye

Chances are you’ve heard of cosmetic dentistry. Perhaps you’ve even researched various cosmetic dental treatments for yourself. When most people think of cosmetic dentistry, a beautiful, gleaming white smile may come to mind. While that’s certainly one benefit, the truth is, cosmetic dental procedures offer a myriad of oral and overall health benefits.

Dr. Milan of Birmingham Center for Cosmetic Dentistry has been treating patients with cosmetic, restorative and advanced dental treatments for 20 years. Keep reading to learn more about how cosmetic dentistry could help you achieve the height of oral health.

A rising health trend

Maybe you were not fortunate enough to naturally have the teeth and smile you wish you did. Or perhaps your once-white teeth are looking dull and yellowed. Maybe your teeth have shifted over time and become gapped or crowded.

No matter the case, there are solutions with cosmetic dentistry.

Globally, there has been an increased demand when it comes to cosmetic dentistry. As such, advancements and changes are constantly being birthed in the industry. Forecasts estimate that the growth in the cosmetic dentistry field will reach nearly $28 billion by the year 2024. And it’s no surprise, as the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry says that 99 percent of people believe a smile is a person’s most important asset.

A high-caliber cosmetic dentist will be privy to these changes and advancements in the industry and offer the very latest treatment solutions.

Aesthetically pleasing, fully functioning

The truth is, in most cases, when you receive a cosmetic dental treatment, your smile will not only look better, it will be healthier. As such, people are researching cosmetic dentistry for whitening solutions, alignment and placement solutions, as well as veneers, crowns and inlays that both serve to improve their appearance as well as functionality.

For example, Invisalign Clear Aligners straighten teeth and align the bite. Teeth that are crooked or rotated are hard to brush and, thus, at risk for cavities. Traditional braces make brushing under the wires nearly impossible.

Crowns improve the look of your teeth but also make your teeth stronger, while bonding does, as well.

Dental implants are a fantastic solution for teeth that are missing but also are good for the jawbone, as the implants are fused to the bone, unlike other tooth replacement options.

Everyone is deserving of a healthy, beautiful smile. And it can be life changing for many. To learn more, contact Birmingham Center for Cosmetic Dentistry for your appointment.

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