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3 Reasons To Seek Out Cosmetic Dentistry

Last updated 6 years ago

Cosmetic dentistry has come a long way in recent times, and many advanced procedures are now available for a variety of dental issues, including uneven, discolored, or missing teeth as well as chips or gaps visible in a smile. Here are the top three reasons that patients seek out the services of a cosmetic dentist:

     1.  Increased Confidence

Many people feel self-conscious about the appearance of their teeth. Building confidence is one of the primary reasons to undergo a cosmetic dental procedure. If you feel that people are always staring at your teeth, then you may be hesitant to smile in front of others. Inevitably, this can impact your feelings about yourself as well as how others perceive you. Cosmetic dentistry offers tooth whitening, laser gum therapy, dental implants, and porcelain veneers to improve the look of your smile and help you regain your confidence.

     2. Preservation of Healthy Tissue

Whether you have a missing tooth that puts undue pressure on nearby teeth or periodontal disease that is damaging your gums and jeopardizing the health of your teeth, cosmetic dentistry offers solutions that can help you have a healthier mouth.

     3. Personal Success

A third reason to take advantage of what cosmetic dentistry has to offer is the improvement of relationships in your life. From personal relationships where first impressions are an important part of making a connection to a professional relationship where your appearance could impact the future of your career, a cosmetic dental procedure could be the difference between achieving a dream and missing out on your aspirations.

Colorado Advanced Dentistry specializes in laser gum treatments, particularly the LANAP procedure. This cutting-edge technology is the newest and most advanced way of treating periodontal disease without using surgical cuts and sutures. We also offer dental implants, veneers, and tooth whitening. To schedule your appointment, call (720) 420-1103.


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