Getting A Better Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry: Invisalign and Veneers by jeffhopeck

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									Getting A Better Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry: Veneers and Invisalign

If you have several aesthetic problems with your smile, you may want to consider
your options. With the latest innovations in cosmetic dentistry, you can rest assured
that there are a variety of options available to address the problems with your smile.
If you choose high quality cosmetic dentists, you will be able to get the most
beautiful smile possible regardless of how damaged your teeth may be.

Allow the dentists here at The Houston Dentists to show you your options and how
they can help you.

What Are My Smile Restoration Options?

If you have significant smile shortcomings, there are three major options that can
help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

These options include:

      Invisalign clear braces
      Porcelain veneers
      Lumineers

Each of these procedures address specific problems, but quality cosmetic dentists
can effectively evaluate your situation and help you determine which options are
right for you.

Straightening Your Teeth With Invisalign

One of the most difficult things to deal with if you’re an adult is having crooked
teeth. Crooked teeth can ruin your self-esteem, but if you want to straighten your
smile you may feel as if you’re in a bit of a Catch-22.

On the one hand, you want a straighter smile. Yet, on the other, you don’t want to
have to feel self-conscious about getting metal braces. Well, with Invisalign clear
braces you can fix your crooked teeth without any of the drawbacks of traditional
metal braces.

Invisalign clear braces are:

      Comfortable
      Invisible
      Removable

If you would like to learn more about how Invisalign can help you, please click here.
Lumineers and Veneers

If you have more than one simple problem with your smile, Lumineers and veneers
may be able to help. Lumineers and veneers can fix the following problems:

      Chipped teeth
      Gapped teeth
      Stained teeth
      Misshapen teeth

Lumineers are thin porcelain coverings that go over the fronts of your teeth. The
major difference between Lumineers and veneers is the fact that Lumineers require
no drilling or tooth alteration, whereas veneers may require some alteration.

Also, Lumineers are designed for persons who have less severe problems, but
nonetheless, they are incredibly effective.

If you’re interested in learning more about Lumineers and veneers, please visit
these pages:

The benefits of veneers

The benefits of Lumineers

If you would like a complimentary consultation about any of these procedures,
please call The Houston Dentists today at 713-701-1783.

								
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