Enameloplasty Specialist in Dallas, TX
If you are trying to make your smile look better but do not know how to do it, come to Beyond Dental & Implant Center and have a consultation with Dr. Cory Nguyen. He will provide you with the best smile makeover quickly. Contact us today for more information or schedule an appointment online. We are accepting new patients. We are conveniently located at 13655 Preston Rd Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75240.
Table of Contents:
What is enameloplasty?
Why do people get enameloplasty?
How long does It take?
What is recovery like?
Are you looking for Enameloplasty specialists in Dallas TX? At Beyond Dental and Implant Center, we are a practicing and experienced team of cosmetic dentists with the education, training, and experience you would expect from an American Board-Certified Cosmetic specialist Dr. Cory Nguyen, and offers a full range of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures, including veneers and dental implants.
Dental enameloplasty is one of the most conservative cosmetic dentistry treatments performed by cosmetic dentists. It is a minimally invasive procedure that involves reshaping or redesigning the teeth to make them appear more aesthetically pleasing, or in other instances, to create a more balanced smile overall.
Whether you need to fix the damage that has been done or wants to improve the strength of your teeth, enameloplasty is a solution that can help. The process of dental enameloplasty involves removing a small amount of enamel from your teeth with a burr or diamond drill. This can be done to shorten slightly protruding teeth, widen slightly narrow spaces between teeth, or even remove the overlap between two teeth that detract from the appearance of your smile.
Dr. Cory Nguyen will use composite resin materials. This material is implanted into the outer layer of the tooth and hardened with a special light. Dr. Cory Nguyen will then use their tools to shape and contour the restoration while it’s still setting. After it’s hardened, they will polish it to make sure it blends into your natural tooth color.
Enameloplasty is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that removes tiny amounts of enamel from the tooth surface to improve color and appearance. Enameloplasty helps whiten teeth discolored due to aging, staining, genetics, trauma, and other factors. In other words, it can reverse the effects of natural and external aging.
Removing small amounts of enamel can be done under local anesthetic and does not require you to be sedated. There are no known long-term adverse effects from removing the enamel on your teeth.
Many people choose enameloplasty because they are interested in improving the appearance of their teeth. A person who has a small chip on one of their teeth may be unhappy with how this blemish sticks out and detracts from the look of their smile.
Enameloplasty can also be used to correct:
• Micro-defects in the enamel such as pits, fissures, and discoloration.
• Moderate to significant chipping of teeth.
• Bulges within the enamel and gingiva (gum tissue).
• Enamel that is too long on the canine teeth.
Benefits of Enameloplasty:
Enameloplasty can improve discolored, worn down, or misshapen teeth. Most enameloplasty procedures are completed in one visit but may require touch-ups later if necessary. In a nutshell, enameloplasty is an excellent way to restore a tooth’s natural shape and enhance its appearance without having to go under to endure major dental surgery.
Enameloplasty is usually completed in one visit. The procedure takes about an hour and can be done on an outpatient basis, which means you won’t have to stay overnight in the hospital or a surgical facility. The length of time for the healing process depends on your health and how well you take care of your mouth and gums.
An enameloplasty is a relatively simple procedure that takes 1-2 hours. During the process, Dr. Cory Nguyen will numb your gums using a topical anesthetic gel and then use a dental drill to remove a very thin enamel layer from the tooth’s surface. They will then smooth out any edges left by the drill and polish the tooth until it shimmers. After the procedure, your teeth may feel sensitive, but this feeling should subside within 24 hours. After the procedure, you can resume your regular diet, but avoid acidic foods like citrus fruits and tomatoes that can cause damage to your newly polished teeth and delay healing.
Enameloplasty recovery time is dependent on the size of the work done and whether an incision is made to remove part of the existing tooth enamel.
For a beautiful and aesthetically pleasing smile, contact Dr. Cory Nguyen and Beyond Dental and Implant Center team. We help patients return to a full, happy smile. For more information about Enameloplasty, call us for more details. We serve patients from Dallas TX, Plano TX, Addison TX, Garland TX, Richardson TX, Carrollton TX, and BEYOND! We look forward to meeting you!
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