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How To Have A Perfect Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry

Posted by Dr. Mark Mann

Nov 19, 2013 9:19:00 PM

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Mann Dental Care can show you how to have a perfect smile with 5 great ways to improve the health, appearance and vitality of your teeth, and give you the ideal smile you've always wanted!

1. Dental Whitening

Dental whitening will give you a whiter, brighter smile. There are many contributing factors to discolored teeth, including smoking, coffee, tea, age and genetic predisposition, but with the ZOOM! Whitening system, Dr Mark Mann can return your dazzling smile.

The easy-step procedure begins with covering your lips and gums and leaving only your teeth exposed. ZOOM! teeth whitening gel is applied, which works in conjunction with a laser light to break up discolouration and stains.

In just 90 minutes, you are on your way to a radiant whitet smile!


2. Clear Aligners

Clear Aligners employ the latest in orthodontic technology and are easy and convenient to use. X-rays, photos and molds are used to custom-fit clear aligners to reshape your teeth into a perfect, desirable smile.

Clear aligners are used to solve a variety of dental issues such as:

  • misaligned or crooked teeth;
  • teeth overcrowding;
  • widely-spaced teeth;
  • over-bites and open-bites.

3.  Dental Implants

Missing or removed teeth can prevent you from showing your smile, but with dental implants, you can show-off your best smile. Dental implants work by using a surgical steel bar as a strong, stable base for an artificial tooth. Dr Mann and his team will secure a sculpted tooth that perfectly matches your smile and can last up to 40 years.

Dental implants also promote cell growth and reduce bone loss to the jaw. The procedure can be completed under sedation, so there's no reason to let fear or anxiety stand in the way of your smile restoration.


4. Porcelain Veneers

Chipped or broken teeth? Uneven or unusual spacing? Then porcelain veneers are the perfect option for a perfect smile. Porcelain is cosmetic-dentist-preferred as it closely resembles the natural look of teeth and better resists stains.

The procedure is a simple step-process that takes approximately three visits to complete:

  • tooth enamel is gently reduced;
  • molds of your teeth are made and the veneers created by a dental technician;
  • the porcelain is bonded to your teeth and polished.

In just weeks you will be showing your perfect smile to the world!

5. Crowns and Bridges

Porcelain crowns and bridges are another way to achieve your perfect smile. Crowns are bonded to your natural tooth and are most often used to repair or restore a worn tooth, to restore color to a dental implant and to strengthen your teeth. While they don't have the longevity of porcelain veneers, they are an excellent restorative option.

Bridges are most commonly used in cosmetic dentistry to replace several missing teeth in a row, with porcelain being the preferred choice. The process is similar to a crown fitting, however, a fixed bridge is anchored to the 'abutment' teeth (the teeth either side of where the bridge will sit) and the dental technician will mold the teeth for a seamless fit.


Dr Mann and his team will work with you to achieve the best treatment plan and ensure your smile is perfectly radiant!

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