Cosmetic Dentistry Gives Your Smile A Whole New Look
- posted: Jun. 09, 2016
A cosmetic dentistry procedure doesn't just improve your appearance. It can also make a difference in your self-esteem, the first impressions you give and your oral health. Dr. Michael Morris, your cosmetic dentist in Spring, Texas, offers a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures. Learn about a few of our most commonly requested procedures here:
This well-known cosmetic dentistry procedure is very popular at your Spring dentist's office. It uses a peroxide-based cleaning agent to oxygenate the microscopic grooves in your teeth that can trap stains over time. By introducing oxygen to these areas, the stain-causing particles are broken apart and rinsed away, leaving you with a smile that's up to eight shades brighter than before!
Bonding and contouring
If you have teeth that are too long, too short or have chips or other imperfections in their shape, a bonding and contouring treatment from your Spring dentist may be the perfect cosmetic dentistry procedure for you. For missing sections of a tooth, Dr. Morris uses a pliable resin bonding material to carefully fill in the spaces. Once hardened, the resin matches the color of your natural teeth and is extremely strong.
For teeth that extend further than the ones around it, contouring can be just what they need to straighten things out. By filing down these areas of tooth enamel, your Spring cosmetic dentist evens out your smile.
All three of these procedures are quick and relatively inexpensive, but make a huge difference in the overall appearance of your teeth.
These are just a few of the cosmetic procedures we offer. If you have something about your teeth that you think could be improved, there's something for you! For a personalized cosmetic dentistry experience, we encourage you to contact the dental office of Dr. Michael Morris in Spring, Texas for a consultation today!
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Michael J Morris, DDS
Spring, TX 77379
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