Crooked teeth can be incredibly frustrating. You might be self conscious about how they look and this could be affecting your confidence and the way that you interact with others. You may also find that your teeth cause you some discomfort or impact on the way that you eat. If you have crooked teeth then what are you options in terms of cosmetic dentistry?
The Invisalign system has a lot of advantages with respect to helping fix the problem of crooked teeth. Unlike some other cosmetic dentistry it is a true fix, as the teeth themselves are realigned. Invisalign is available for both adults and young adults and uses a system of almost invisible aligners that have been designed to have the most straightening impact in the shortest period of time. Invisalign is removable and easy to use in daily life, from eating to talking. It’s a simple system for crooked teeth alignment that can have some impressive results.
Tooth bonding has become popular, as it is a great solution for crooked teeth and doesn’t require any invasive procedures, needles etc. A tooth-colored composite resin is used to help correct the appearance of crooked teeth. Tooth bonding is applied to the front surface of any problematic teeth and is a quick and simple way to help correct the aesthetics of crooked teeth. Tooth bonding won’t actually fix crooked teeth in the same way as Invisalign has the potential to do but it is a great way to help improve the quality of your smile and boost confidence as a result.
Veneers are made from a very thin porcelain shell that is placed over the front of a problematic tooth. The way that the veneer is shaped and moulded can be used to help with the issue of crooked teeth, to close gaps in between teeth and to make teeth on either side look much straighter. Just like tooth bonding veneers won’t correct the problem of crooked teeth – Invisalign is the obvious choice for that. However, veneers are a type of cosmetic dentistry that can be used to considerably improve dental aesthetics and give you a much more confident smile.
Correcting crooked teeth is only a few steps away today, whether you choose to opt to fix the problem with Invisalign braces or use good looking veneers – contact your dentist to find out which option might work best for you.