Subject: Cosmethic Dentistry
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Cosmethic Dentistry April 2006

 

in this issue

 

Who is a Cosmethic dentist ?

what cosmetic dentistry can do for you ?

Beyond Just white teeth ?


 

 

Who is a Cosmethic dentist ?

Most dentist call themselves these days a cosmetic dentist, we really do not have a definition of what makes a dentist to be a cosmetic dentist. From doing a white filling to a porcelain-fused to metal crown, one can call oneself a cosmetic dentist. But cosmetic dentistry goes way beyond that, it is a process in which you will participate to help designing of your smile based on natural principle of esthetics. Then we carry out that design to models and eventually into the mouth. The procedure is predictable and it can create a type of smile that will give you all the beauty and confidence to smile about.

 
  Dear Farid,

Thanks to the recent advances in dental materials and techniques, your dentist can help you attain the smile you've always wanted, but thought it was impossible to have. Your teeth are at the centre of your smile, and your smile without any doubt is the most important social bonding gesture you posses.


 

 
 
  • what cosmetic dentistry can do for you ?
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    With the use of advanced techniques in dentistry we can restore and/or enhance your smile to itís white, straight, and beautiful state. . Here are some examples of what cosmetic dentistry can do for you:

    • Replace missing teeth
    • Whiten discolored and/or stained teeth
    • Lengthen and/or shorten uneven teeth
    • Close gaps between teeth
    • Replace old mercury metal fillings
    • Reposition an/or align crowded teeth

     

       
     
  • Beyond Just white teeth ?
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    Cosmethic dentistry shuould go beyond just giving people white teeth, it should create that beautiful smile at the most optimum position of the jaw relationship. We achieve this in our office by establishing the bite at Neuromuscular Occlusion. Neuromuscular dentistry considers the entire system that controls the positioning and function of your jaw-the teeth, muscles and joints. The Neuromuscular dentistry seeks to establish a harmonious relationship among these three main factors, resulting in a jaw position called "neuromuscular occlusion".

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