Several whitening techniques are available to provide the best result for your teeth without causing damage.
Orthodontics is a specialised field of dentistry which deals with the correction of dental malposition (orthodontics) and improvement of the bone structure of the jaw (dentofacial orthopedics).
Dentofacial orthopedics must be carried out during child growth.
There is however no age limit for orthodontic treatment as long as the periodontal ligament is healthy.
The purpose of these treatments is not only cosmetic but also functional.
In order to correct cosmetic defects of form, colour or position, a range of adhesive techniques is available, from small composites to correct asymmetry to ceramic veneers to restore your smile.
Veneers can be used to obtain cosmetic improvements while allowing slight correction of tooth shape.
Veneers partially cover the visible part of the tooth presenting defects of colour or shape. Fractured, worn or aged teeth can thus be restored to an ideal shape with a natural colour.
If a tooth is too damaged to be repaired with a composite, a crown or a veneer can restore its integrity. These are produced in a laboratory by a dental technician from a digital or conventional impression.
When one or more teeth are missing, a bridge may be the solution of choice if implant treatment is contraindicated.