The main difference between restorative and cosmetic dentistry is that restorative dentistry is designed to improve the health of the smile whereas cosmetic dentistry changes its appearance.
Restorative dentistry deals with diagnosis and restoration of diseased, injured, abnormal teeth. The main purpose is conservation of tooth structure, function and appearance.
Common Restorative Dental Dentistry Procedures:
3.Root Canal Therapy
4.Inlays, Onlays and Veneers
5.Composite tooth Coloured Dental fillings
Missing teeth can affect your health, appearance and self-esteem. So replacing teeth and filling empty spaces helps keep teeth properly aligned and makes it easier to maintain good oral care habits to help prevent plaque build-up.
All dental treatments involving aesthetic enhancements to your smile are considered cosmetic. Cosmetic dentistry has the ability to reverse the signs of dental ageing and to make the patient look younger. It includes treatments such as Dental Prosthetic treatment and Orthodontic treatment ( to correct teeth crowding or spacing, over jet and overbite problems) .
Cosmetic dental procedures involve altering the colour, size, shape, position and alignment of the teeth and bite. The actual cost of the treatment might be a bit higher for cosmetic dentistry treatments. With modern advances in dentistry, cosmetic procedures can range from a basic colour correction to replacing missing teeth. It’s a professional oral care and a smile makeover.
Common Cosmetic Dental Procedures:
1. Tooth Reshaping
5.Laser gum contouring
7.Zirconia crowns and bridges
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