It’s important to note that as a human, you use your smile daily. You eat. You talk. You drink. You snack. As a result, even with your greatest attempt at protecting your smile and keeping it clean, you may still experience some level of wear and tear that is pretty much inevitable. While you may be able to accept this fact, you might not be too terribly thrilled with consequences, such as staining or tiny chips. So, what to expect and what to do? Take a moment to consider our explanation and some potential solutions with cosmetic care, so you can continue practicing excellent care while you feel wonderful about your grin.
Normal Signs Of Change
We know that what you would love is if caring for your oral health and putting forth the effort meant maintaining a pristine grin. Unfortunately, even if you’re very dedicated to your smile, you will still end up experiencing normal signs of wear and tear in most instances. What might that look like, you wonder? What types of issues may yield a need for cosmetic care? Consider the following:
- You may end up with some discoloration on your teeth as a result of daily use
- You may end up with chips or gently worn edges
- You may develop craze lines (very small, harmless cracks in your enamel)
How We Can Help!
Now, you know what might happen. So, how can we help you with our cosmetic care treatments? Well, we will first consult with you to see what it is you want to go away! Want to address craze lines? Chipping? Discoloration? All of it? We’ll talk with you about your wear and tear and then will proceed with one or more of our treatments, depending on what you require:
- Gum Contouring
- Dental Contouring
See Our Team For Touchups And Repairs
Need a little help with a smile that has become a bit rough around the edges? We offer cosmetic dental care for just that reason! Schedule care with your Southlake, TX dentist today by calling Gregory Wright, DDS at (817) 481-7999. We gladly serve patients from Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and surrounding areas.