There is a difference between just straight teeth, and a beautiful smile. These are two smiles which have straight teeth, but they don’t look beautiful. The reason for this is because a…
It is possible to straighten teeth and create a beautiful smile WITHOUT braces. Using clear aligner therapy, it is possible to align the teeth without anyone even knowing.
Teeth can sometimes fail to erupt into the mouth, getting stuck within the jaw. It is actually possible to save and even retrieve this teeth and bring them back into their proper positions.
There is a common misconception that crowded teeth always need extractions. It is often possible to increase the amount of space by ‘expanding’ the arch that the teeth fit in.
Missing a front tooth almost always make people feel extremely self conscious. Dental implants can often create an extremely natural looking replacement for the missing tooth.
Missing teeth can often make people feel very self conscious. Bigger gaps can’t be replaced with dental bridges, and partial dentures/plates do not look very natural. Another option is available: dental implants.
In some situations, all the remaining teeth are in a terminal condition and cannot be replaced. Standard complete dentures are often very unstable and can severely affect the ability to eat and speak, and decrease the quality of life.
Improving a smile sometimes involves changing the gums as well as the teeth. In this case, it was identified that the gums were causing the appearance of short teeth in the front.
A smile can be reconstructed regardless of the state of the teeth. Through ‘digital dentistry’, the teeth and gums can be designed to match the way the lips form the smile.
There is a belief that heavily broken and discoloured teeth cannot be made to look good again, let alone being indistinguishable from the natural, unbroken and normal coloured teeth.
Some people are born with brown marks and discolourations on teeth, which can strongly affect one’s self confidence especially when talking to people.
Gum disease when left untreated can eventually result in the jaw bone dissolving away to make teeth become loose and potentially fall out; but it can also cause very severe swellings and lumps as well.
There is a misconception that wisdom teeth always need to be removed. The reality is that, this is not always the case, even if the wisdom teeth are causing swelling and pain.