Say “So Long” to That Gap-Toothed Grin!

Kirkland cosmetic dentist

Did you know that about three quarters of Americans believe that a bad smile can adversely affect their career trajectories? Perhaps that is the reason why nearly half of cosmetic dentistry patients are 40 or younger, because they realize that having a perfect, white smile could lead to lucrative professional careers!

When you consider that nylon floss and the nylon bristled toothbrush were not invented until after WWII, it is hard to believe just how far contemporary cosmetic dentistry has come. The dental technologies of today are so advanced that dental veneers and dental crowns are almost impossible to identify from natural teeth.

Perhaps the best news about modern dental crowns and veneers is that they can last for years. In fact, when they are properly cared for, dental crowns can last for 50 years or more; and veneers can last between five and ten years. While it would be great if veneers could last longer, the thin nature of dental veneers makes them susceptible to shearing off accidentally. Fortunately, they are affordable and fast to replace.

In addition to dental crowns, implants, and veneers, the most common service that cosmetic dentists provide is teeth whitening. When cosmetic dentists perform teeth whitening, they apply peroxide based whiteners on the teeth, and a whiter, brighter smile can be achieved via the oxidation process. Teeth whitening can be an excellent option for people whose teeth have become stained by coffee, cigarette smoking, or other causes.

With the cutting edge dental technologies that are available to cosmetic dentists today, almost anyone can get the straight, white smiles that they have never had. Whether your dental issues are related to misshapen, chipped, discolored, or missing teeth, a Kirkland cosmetic dentist probably has options for you.

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2 thoughts on “Say “So Long” to That Gap-Toothed Grin!”

  1. Unless it is absolutely essential most insurance companies will deny it. I even had a root canal and crown once and they only covered about 50 percent.

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