2018 Resolution: Improve My SmileWhether or not you are a person that sets New Year’s resolutions, you may find yourself wanting to improve your smile. With time and age or from accidents, injury, or decay, your smile may not be what it used to be. If you have cosmetic needs to address, there are solutions that can help with the appearance of your smile. If you are more concerned with restoring your smile’s health and function, there are solutions to address those as well. If you are looking to improve your smile’s health and appearance, the time is now. 

Restoring Health

Your oral health is an important piece of the puzzle that is your overall health. When your smile is deficient or damaged, it can often leave you vulnerable for future problems. Restoring your smile’s health can help to prevent these problems from popping up. For example, a dental implant can restore the roots of a tooth that has been extracted or lost. An implant helps to prevent potential bone loss in the jaw and keeps your smile sturdy. If you have developed TMJ disorder, treating it can help prevent damage to the teeth if the TMJ disorder is causing you to grind your teeth. A crown can protect a vulnerable tooth and can restore the function, so that you don’t inadvertently put wear and tear on the rest of your teeth to avoid use of your vulnerable tooth. Crowns, bridges, and dentures can all help prevent teeth from shifting after tooth loss, as well as giving you back your abilities to chew and bite.

Addressing Appearance

Your smile is often a key to confidence. If you feel insecure about your smile, it can affect your overall demeanor and well-being. Problems with teeth in the front of your mouth can create a smile that makes you feel self-conscious. Solutions like bonding, veneers, gum contouring, and even just a whitening treatment can give you an improved smile.

Have you resolved to improve your smile?

Dr. Carmona would be proud to help you improve your smile. To schedule a consultation with Austin Prosthodontics in Austin, TX, call 512-250-9444. We also proudly welcome patients from Cedar Park, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Leander, and all surrounding Texas communities.

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