Cosmetic Care For Enamel Damage

Not all forms of enamel damage come from cavities. Gradual wear and tear or an injury can be the reason why you need treatment for an injured tooth. These different concerns can be addressed through cosmetic dental work offered at our West Allis, WI dentist’s office. Our practice can provide a conservative form of care for teeth that are chipped, cracked, and otherwise harmed. Dental veneers let us cap teeth and preserve your ideal smile, and they enable this without the need to modify excess enamel. They are placed over the fronts alone; with that coverage, they can make exciting overall changes possible.

Damaged Or Worn Enamel Can Hurt Your Smile

Whether the problem is from an unexpected injury or an accumulation of wear and tear on your teeth, you can find that enamel damage is an unsightly issue. It can also become a serious oral health threat if left unchecked. Over time, worsening damage will create problems for a person’s bite, and it will create a heightened risk for infection. The good news is that when timely care occurs, a more conservative approach can prove effective at resolving problems with teeth that are worn, chipped, cracked, or affected by another issue.

Planning Cosmetic Work To Hide Chips, Cracks, And Other Problems

Cosmetic dental work with porcelain veneers will take on a range of problems with your smile. In addition to hiding problems with teeth that are damaged, they can take on worries about those that are misshapen, discolored, and even poorly spaced. Their placement occurs over two appointments. At the first, the focus is on preparatory work, as we need to gather important measurements and also prepare your enamel for the placement process. When you come back for your second appointment, your restorations will be set in position to provide lasting improvements!

Protecting Teeth With Custom Dental Crowns

There are times when dental injuries need more than just the coverage provided by veneers. With the protection of dental crowns, we can see to it that your smile is preserved and that you have bite support. Crowns can be made to match your enamel, so they can make the esthetic changes that you want to see while also responding to your oral health needs.

Talk To Your West Allis, WI Dentist About Cosmetic Care For Damaged Enamel!

Cosmetic dental work can prove to be an effective response to dental damage, one that keeps your care on the conservative side. Speaking with your dentist about your concerns and goals for care can lead to results that you are thrilled to see and show off to the world. If you would like to find out more about how we can help you, please reach out to Dr. Stubbs in West Allis, WI, by calling (414) 541-8250.