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Cosmetic Dentistry Bridgeport

Welcome to my website and practice

I look forward to meeting and helping you resolve any dental issues and concerns you have, as I have done for the last 30 years.

New pearly whites at a price you like

Everyone deserves a bright, beautiful smile and the confidence that comes with it. You will be getting the very latest cosmetic services.

  • Tooth whitening
  • Bridges and tooth repair
  • Dental crowns

Increase your self confidence

An unpleasant smile will negatively impact your image. A new smile will allow you to greet everyone you meet with confidence.

Introduction

More people than ever are starting to take dental health very seriously. Nowadays, dentistry looks nothing like it did in the past — once-frightening procedures are easily taken care of and those who fear the dental office frequently find they can be sedated through the whole thing. Just as importantly, more and more ordinary people are discovering that cosmetic dentistry is not only for the rich and famous. Every year, thousands of people visit a local cosmetic dentist to get a “smile makeover” and improve the look of their teeth. It’s fast, easy and affordable — and feels great.

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is the art and science of dental procedures focused on creating a beautiful smile; the aesthetic element is very important in such procedures. The most common cosmetic dentistry treatment is one that you’re probably already familiar with: Teeth whitening. During whitening, stains are removed from teeth using a special chemical solution or a laser. This is in contrast to bleaching, which is used to create a “pearly white” smile not seen otherwise. Cosmetic dentistry is used to help your teeth look their best even if they have suffered from some previous wear or disease.

Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is an excellent way to help you feel better about yourself quickly. Your smile is one of the most important — and most immediate — cues that people have about you. A bright, healthy smile is considered a sign of goodwill and an indicator of youthful vitality. Furthermore, cosmetic dentistry can also be used as an adjunct to restorative dentistry, which is used when teeth must be reinforced or replaced. A good cosmetic dentist will be able to help you restore your wonderful smile by developing a customized plan in light of your needs.

The Importance of a Good Cosmetic Dentist

Cosmetic dentistry is a specialization that requires technical and artistic excellence. In addition to understanding what makes your teeth, gums and mouth healthy, a cosmetic dentist must be able to design a treatment that will provide the best possible result for you. Before deciding on a cosmetic dentist, you should ensure that he or she was educated according to the highest professional standards and has years of experience. Many credible cosmetic dentists will be more than glad to show you examples of their work spanning a variety of patient situations and treatment options.

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