You Can Love Your Smile Again: Learn More From Our San Francisco Dentist
If there is one thing that we believe whole-heartedly at Walley World Dental, it is that no smile is beyond help. No matter what your teeth look like today, our dental team can help you achieve a smile that you will be proud to show off. Today we are talking about the process of planning and implementing cosmetic treatment…
Identify the issues
The first step in any of our restorative or cosmetic treatment processes is to complete a comprehensive oral health assessment. This allows us to get a clearer view of all of the things that are going on with your smile. We can pinpoint structural dental issues that may become problematic over time, screen your mouth for cancerous tissues, and identify infected or damaged teeth.
This is also a great time to talk to you about what your dream smile looks like—what exactly, would you like to change about your smile?
Restore oral health
If we do find any unhealthy or damaged tissues, we may recommend that you have these issues corrected prior to aesthetic care. We aren’t just trying to patch up your smile so that it looks better, while remaining unhealthy. It’s important to treat cavities, gum disease, and fractured teeth for both dental aesthetics and dental health.
Transform your dental aesthetics
There are a number of things that you can do to refresh your teeth and take years off of the appearance of your smile. Maybe you want to whiten your smile, and erase accumulated environmental stains. Maybe you are looking to achieve a straighter, more seamless smile. Or maybe you need to close gaps between your teeth.
No matter what your unique situation is, our San Francisco dentists are here to design a customized treatment plan that works for you, as an individual. Dental bonding, veneers, topical whitening treatment, Invisalign and tooth replacement treatments can be employed individually or in combination to meet your needs.
To learn more about specific treatment options, or to schedule a personal consultation with our team, give our San Francisco dental office a call at (415) 944-1072.
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