Don’t let anything hold you back from showing the world your biggest smile.
Everyone should be able to love their smile. Whenever you are self-conscious about your teeth, it affects your everyday life. You don’t laugh at jokes, you hide from pictures, and you can’t express the confidence you desire. You don’t have to live your life that way! A better smile is within your reach with Cosmetic Dentistry services at Nashville Restorative Dentistry.
Together, we’ll discuss what you want to change, the treatment choices that exist to create your new smile of your dreams or recreate the smile you used to have, and detail the necessary steps to restore your smile and confidence.
What Does Cosmetic Dentistry Include?
So many things can prevent you from being confident in your smile. That’s why we never stop learning and working to implement the best techniques, materials, and procedures to handle any situation you want to improve.
Learn more about the cosmetic dentistry services Dr. Jones and Dr. Estes offer patients in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, and Cool Springs.
This simple, safe, and non-invasive process uses the power of oxygen to remove external stains and internal discoloration from your teeth to restore a naturally bright white smile.
Veneers are thin layers of ceramic or porcelain that bond onto the front of your existing teeth and transform your smile. They can be used to straighten or lengthen teeth, fill in gaps, whiten and brighten your smile, and repair chipped or worn areas.
Orthodontics - Invisalign and Six Month Smiles
Create your best smile by repositioning, straightening or closing gaps between your teeth. We offer two options for adult cosmetic orthodontics, Invisalign and Six Month Smiles. Both systems are designed to align your teeth while being nearly invisible compared to traditional metal bracket and wire braces.
Even beautiful teeth can look displeasing when gum contours are noticeably uneven or asymmetrical. Gingivectomy and crown lengthening procedures can improve the gum line to make short teeth appear longer or your smile look more symmetrical. Gum grafting can repair areas of recession by moving the gum tissue back to its proper position.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious sleep breathing disorder that deprives your body of oxygen, destroys sleep quality, and increases your risk of heart attack and stroke. OSA not only places your body under constant stress at night, but prevents you from enjoying your day-to-day life.
Issue: Spacing between the front teeth and an uneven tilt to the smile.
Solution: Short term orthodontics to evenly spread out the space between the teeth followed by veneers across the eight front teeth to create a level smile with color consistency and no spaces.