What Problems Can Cosmetic Dental Treatments Fix?

Most people would like to change some things about their smile. And luckily, cosmetic dentistry in Frisco offers a lot of solutions to fix, improve, or completely change how your teeth look.

If you’re thinking about getting cosmetic dental treatments, here are 5 common issues you can get fixed:

1. Gapped Teeth

Gaps between teeth can make a lot of people self-conscious about their smiles. Not only that, but it can cause a lot of issues, like food getting constantly stuck between the teeth and making it harder to maintain good oral health.

Luckily, you have several ways to address gaps between teeth. A simple one would be dental bonding, which allows the dentist to fill in the gap and change your appearance. But, depending on your case, you can also opt for a bigger makeover, as the one Frisco veneers can offer.

2. Badly Stained or Discolored Teeth

A very common reason why people seek cosmetic treatments is, of course, tooth color-related. If you are dealing with stubborn stains or even discoloration, then a professional tooth-whitening procedure may be exactly what you need to change the color of your smile.

For severe cases where whitening may not render the best results, you can also opt for veneers.

3. Tooth Cracks or Chips

Teeth are made from strong materials, but they are not indestructible. Eating hard foods, biting on objects, or even grinding your teeth can lead to cracks or chips.

Sometimes, these aren’t just cosmetic issues. Tooth cracks and chips can affect the normal function of your smile and even lead to permanent tooth loss. 

Depending on your case, you have several options to do so:

  • Dental bonding
  • Veneers
  • Dental crowns

4. Misshapen or Uneven Teeth

Even teeth are not always a natural occurrence. Sometimes, genetics can dictate the shape of your teeth, or they could change their shape over time because of teeth-grinding.

In either case, cosmetic dental treatment can help fix the shape of your teeth and create a more even smile. For mild cases, you may only need some dental bonding which will reshape 1-2 teeth. But if your case is more severe, you may be better off with veneers or even recontouring.

5. Crooked Teeth

A straight smile isn’t just more visually appealing. It can also help support oral health. Crooked teeth often make it more difficult to properly clean every nook and cranny of the mouth, increasing your risk of cavities and even gum disease.

Simple cases can be easily fixed with veneers, but for mild or severe ones, you’ll need to opt for orthodontic treatments like Invisalign.


Want to get a picture-perfect smile? Dr. Shahriela Ganjoor can help you access the best cosmetic dental treatments that will improve the look and even the health of your teeth.

Book an appointment at MODERN BITE DENTISTRY now!

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