Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

A dentist may perform cosmetic dentistry procedures to help your teeth look better rather than improve their health. Cosmetic dentistry procedures can make regular cleaning easier, boost someone's confidence and even reduce bruxism or teeth grinding. They are not considered essential, however, and can offer patients a wide range of benefits.

Difference Between General Dentistry and Cosmetic Dentistry

Dentures, extractions, root canals, cleanings, fillings, and similar solutions are all considered general dentistry procedures. Even though cosmetic dentistry often requires meticulous attention to detail and consideration of dental health, it doesn't require a specialty license.

Procedures for Cosmetic Enhancements

Lasers and other advances have made dentistry more efficient, more painless, and more effective than ever. Laser gum therapy and teeth whitening procedures do not require anesthesia. To ensure precision incisions during more complex procedures, dentists administer sedation and use state-of-the-art lasers. The advancements in dentistry, and cosmetic procedures, in particular, make it easier than ever to get that perfect smile.

A Smile of Confidence

The most important reason to prioritize dental care that may not necessarily improve your overall dental health is to improve your quality of life. A beautiful smile is important for work, evenings out with friends, and of course, the dreaded first date. Multiple studies have shown that smiling every day has many scientific benefits, including feeling more confident about your smile.

People are more likely to smile when they feel self-conscious about crooked stains or chipped teeth. Those gaps or receding gums are, almost always, repairable. If you look your best without worrying about how you look in a job interview or a date, then chances are you'll be able to smile confidently.

Sometimes, no matter how good your dental health is, there is no preventing aging teeth. You might suffer from smoking, heavy drinking, sports injuries, or genetics. Sometimes, your teeth can let you know how old you are, making you appear older than you are.

Dentists will recommend that you clean your teeth every day, floss daily, and visit the dentist regularly to avoid the effects of aging on your smile. This first defense to prevent decay is to visit your dentist regularly, floss daily, and brush your teeth every day, as well.

Cosmetic Dentistry makes it possible for you to smile without hiding your unsightly teeth, as well as improves your confidence.


Diamond Star Dental offers state-of-the-art cosmetic dental procedures by the experienced dental assistants led by Dr. Jayjay Sapigao to help you restore your healthy, beautiful smile. For more details, call us at 760-422-3888, book online, or visit us at 31280 Bob Hope Dr., #102, Cathedral City, CA 92276.

Location

31280 Bob Hope Dr Suite 102, Cathedral City, CA 92276

Office Hours

MON - FRI 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

SAT - SUN Closed

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Email: info@diamondstardental.com

Phone: (760) 422-3888