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The Surprising Oral Health Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

April 1, 2020
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Posted By: Modern American Dentistry
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Choosing cosmetic dentistry is an investment in your smile, your confidence, and even your feelings of well-being. You’ll look and feel better, and that alone can have a positive impact on your life. 

But in many cases, cosmetic dentistry in Manhattan Beach and Woodland Hills also offers the benefit of improving your oral health. You’ll find that with modern dentistry, there’s really very little distinction between aesthetic and restorative dental treatments. 

Improve Your Smile and Your Oral Health in Woodland Hills

With improvements in the appearance of modern dental materials, just about any procedure your Manhattan Beach and Woodland Hills dentists offer will enhance your smile.

  • A porcelain dental crown restores strength and function to a damaged tooth, but the material used blends seamlessly with your smile to restore a more harmonious appearance.
  • Tooth-colored fillings fix a decayed tooth, but since we can match the shade of the material to match your tooth, we can also use it for dental bonding to repair minor cosmetic flaws.
  • Crooked teeth are challenging to clean properly, so orthodontic treatments like Invisalign clear braces that straighten your smile also make oral hygiene easier and minimize your risk for cavities and gum disease. 
  • Nothing can ruin the appearance of your smile like missing teeth. But tooth loss also has a significant impact on your oral health. Replacing a tooth with a dental implant, bridge, or denture will give you back your smile and improve your oral health.

Call to See What’s Possible for Your Smile

At Modern American Dentistry, we want you to enjoy the confidence boost that comes from having a healthy, beautiful smile. 

If you are considering cosmetic dentistry in Manhattan Beach or Woodland Hills, please call us to arrange a convenient appointment with one of our experienced dentists. They will be happy to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and help you decide which treatment is right for your needs.

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