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What treatments might a Miami cosmetic dentist use to create the best smile makeover?

Some patients who visit Miami Modern Dental may ask their cosmetic dentist for a treatment called a smile makeover. This method of restoring a smile is done to provide patients with the best, most beautiful smile they’ve ever had! Not everyone is born with a naturally beautiful smile, but with a rejuvenation treatment, patients may enjoy the benefits of a healthy, radiant appearance and a stunning first impression!

Smile makeovers vary from patient to patient. Not everyone deals with the same dental concerns, and every smile is different. Therefore, every treatment plan developed for patients by Drs. Pasquier and Pasquier Jr. is custom-tailored to the patients’ needs. Whether they are addressing the alignment of a smile, the appearance of specific teeth, or the overall whiteness of the enamel, each patient’s smile makeover plan is unique.

Several treatments are often used for patients who are seeking a smile makeover, and a combination of them can provide the most drastic positive changes. Here are just a few of the treatments offered at Miami Modern Dental that may be incorporated into a smile rejuvenation plan:

Dental Implants

Missing teeth may be restored with dental implants, a permanent, long-lasting alterative to dental bridges and partial dentures.

Teeth Whitening

Sometimes all patients need to rejuvenate their look is a professional teeth whitening session. Whether patients choose the in-office bleaching session or the take-home whitening trays, they can see great success compared to over-the-counter whitening products that tend to disappoint.

Six Month Braces

Orthodontics may be needed to address alignment issues and crooked teeth. Instead of visiting a specialist, patients can consider Six Month Smiles braces through Miami Modern Dental.

Porcelain Veneers

There are situations where patients may disguise the imperfections of their smile with porcelain veneers. These are bonded over the front of teeth to cover problems such as misalignment, discoloration, and shape.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a more temporary solution than porcelain veneers. Bonding can be used to change the shape of a tooth, cover discoloration, fill small spaces between teeth, or cover up cracks and breakage of the natural tooth.

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