Cosmetic dentistry is a specialty that helps patients get the smile of their dreams. Sean Sutton, DDS, and Mark Sutton, DDS, in Greenwich, Connecticut, work with their patients to find a path to the perfect smile whether that means whitening, repairing, or replacing problem teeth. Having a smile to be proud of is critical to self-esteem, and that’s why Greenwich Dentistry offers this essential service to patients. If you want to rehab your smile, give the office a call to make an appointment, or request one using the online booking tool.
Cosmetic dentistry is the art of improving the way teeth look individually and as a group. It’s not just limited to teeth, though. The team focuses on the gums and bite, as well, to ensure their patients get the look they want.
Cosmetic dentistry is a broad term, so it covers many procedures including:
The providers examine each patient and develop a custom plan designed to meet the dental goals for their teeth. That typically requires a combination of procedures. For example, a patient might need a tooth restoration and then full mouth whitening.
Tooth whitening is a basic cosmetic service and one of the most economical ways to improve a person’s smile. The right procedure returns the teeth to their natural shade and brightens them at the same time. Most techniques involve the use of a bleaching solution.
There are over-the-counter products that improve the appearance of teeth, but the team offers the safest options:
Properly fitted mouth trays to reduce gum irritation and improve the whitening process
Comfortable solutions that won’t bother even sensitive teeth
Greenwich Dentistry examines the patient's teeth and makes a recommendation for the most effective whitening treatment.
By definition, cosmetic dentistry consists of procedures that improve the look of the teeth and gums, so most restorations fit into this category. Specifically, the team provides:
Anyone of these dental options is available to patients that want a better-looking smile.
Dental veneers involve the installation of wafer-thin shells over the tooth. It’s kind of like giving each tooth a makeover. The shells are custom-made to fit the specific tooth and bonded in place. The goal is to change the size, shape, or color of that tooth, so it fits in better with the overall dental architecture.
If you’re interested in learning more about how cosmetic dentistry can improve your smile, call the office, or use the online booking tool to schedule a consultation.