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Let’s leave aside the obvious problems associated with oral conditions like tooth decay, yellowing, gum disease or missing teeth for a second. Everyone knows that letting these dental conditions evolve unhindered eventually leads to speech impediments, difficulties eating solid food and an overall decrease in the quality of life.

What few of us are less willing to acknowledge is that, as the dental problem persists, patients also gradually lose their confidence and self-esteem in the process, they are less willing to smile or even speak without reflexively covering their mouth. On the upside, numerous procedures to correct these imperfections are readily available to the public.

1. Teeth whitening

In the age of hectic schedules, compulsive coffee drinking and junk food, yellowing teeth is a problem that few people are spared. Staining and discoloration of the teeth is also correlated with nicotine and various medications. As of such, dentists and dental hygienists perform whitening procedures on a regular basis, and they imply the application of chemical solutions that react to form hydrogen peroxide. In certain cases, lasers are utilized as catalysts to maximize efficiency and reduce the duration.

2. Porcelain veneers

A layer that encompasses the frontal section of your teeth, the porcelain veneer is also among the most frequently performed dentistry procedures. Veneers are fastened to your natural teeth via a substratum of concrete, but only after the dental practitioner resolves that no underlying issues like tooth decay or cavities exist. The porcelain veneers are effective in terms of correcting crooked or misshaped teeth, chipping or worn out natural teeth and permanent enamel stains.

3. Bonding and enamel contouring

Bite irregularities and overlapping, crooked or misshaped teeth can also be corrected by contouring and bonding procedures. In essence, this implies altering the pre-existing shape, dimensions and position of natural teeth, and may represent a simpler and more cost effective alternative. However, not everyone is a candidate for enamel contouring. You are eligible for the procedure only when the teeth are overall healthy and sufficient hard tissue (bone) exists in between them to sustain the restructuring.

4. Braces

What 30 years ago represented a bully’s cue to threaten someone out of his lunch money is nowadays a standard procedure to correct the abnormal direction of growth for one or more teeth. In part, the growing popularity is owed to the advancements in the field of orthodontics, as nowadays braces no longer look like something straight out of a horror movie. Practically unnoticeable, these devices can be fashioned from either ceramics, metal, plastics or polymers. Those suffering from minor teeth positioning issues can also opt for aligners, which are, for most purposes, invisible.

5. Implants

The best and longest lasting solution for missing teeth, an implant is attached directly to the jawbones. Implants are tripartite, comprising of a titanium fastener, the abutment resting outside of the guideline, and the crown, which confers it a completely natural appearance. However, installing implants requires dentists to extensively study your oral anatomy, create a suitable model based on the X-Rays and various measurements as well as follow-up examinations to determine how well the implant performs.