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Dental Cosmetic Treatments in Kandivali, Mumbai


Cosmetic Fillings

Gone those days of ugly black restorations in teeth.
smile.in brings to you most advanced filling material which not only give you natural looking teeth but also keep you away from harmful effects of silver and mercury in your mouth. We provide you the life like restoration for your teeth.

Terminology of Cosmetic Fillings:-

Cosmetic fillings are being used to treat decay tooth. Many of the decays can be caused due lack of oral hygiene or cavities. Considering this step can help in preventing the further decay and does easily repairs damage. The expert doctors here in our clinic can even suggest you with other metals like copper, tin and mercury. Our clinic does even specialize in providing cosmetic Fillings that can look exactly the same like a natural color of teeth.

Cosmetic Bonding

The latest materials and techniques materials have revolutionized cosmetic bonding. We can now match the natural shade, translucency and texture of your teeth. Best suited for smaller changes, cosmetic bonding, can close gaps, smooth chips and hide small areas of discoloration. Cosmetic Bonding is usually completed in one session.

Advantages of Cosmetic Fillings:-

1) The prime advantage of cosmetic fillings is that they can last for longer period of time, specifically 10 years.
2) The advanced style of cosmetic fillings is much easy to care and maintain.
3) Be it inlays or onlays fillings, our experts do offer a great detailing to both the edges.


Q-My back teeth have a lot of silver and gold. Is there a less obvious way to fill cavities?

A-New advances in tooth-colored porcelain and composite materials not only allow fillings to go unnoticed, but are stronger and more wear-resistant than silver and gold.

Q-There's a big gap between my two front teeth. Can that be changed?

A-Yes. Bonded veneers can close gaps and help create the smile you desire. Bonded resins generally require one office visit, while porcelain veneering takes two. Bonded veneers, along with good oral hygiene and a healthy lifestyle, are effective ways to enhance a smile. A cosmetic dentist can explain the various techniques and help determine which is the best suited to your specific needs.

Q-How can I make my discolored teeth whiter?

A-Tooth whitening, the process for lightening discolored teeth, can be accomplished in the dentist's office or with dentist-supervised, at-home systems. Teeth can be whitened to the desired shade over one office visit. At-home systems should be individually fitted by a cosmetic dentist.

Q-I don't like my teeth or my smile – what can I do?

A-A wide variety of options are available to improve how your teeth work and the way your smile looks. Check out our “Cosmetic Dentistry " section to see how other patients with similar problems were helped.

Q-How much does it cost to get a great smile?

A-Like most services, cost will vary based on the time required and the difficulty of the procedures. Generally, improving a smile will require a combination of treatment options such as bleaching, reshaping gums and using bonded materials (resin or porcelain) to improve the appearance of teeth. A great way to start is having a consultation with us to determine the ways that you can reach your goals. Improving your smile is an investment in you.

Q-What are some of the benefits of cosmetic dentistry?

A-A great smile should improve your self-confidence, which can have a positive impact on the social and professional aspects of your life. Cosmetic dentistry is not just about pretty smiles though. New techniques and materials are available for back teeth as well as the ones you see when you smile. Now your mouth can look great, get healthy and function better at the same time. Ask our dentists what's available for you.

Q-How many office visits will it take to fix my teeth and improve my smile?

A-That will vary for each person, depending on his or her needs. Sometimes, you can dramatically improve your oral health and appearance in just a couple of visits. Our team of dentists will work to make your treatment as convenient as possible, perhaps choosing slightly longer visits instead of more trips to the office. Talk to your dentist about your goals and concerns so the best plan can be developed for your individual situation. If you start today, a new smile can be yours sooner than you think.

Q-Is my new smile permanent?

A-With good home care and regular visits to your dentist, modern materials can last for many years and possibly decades. Like most things, excellent maintenance will extend the life of your dental restorations.

Q-What is the dental bonding procedure?

A-Dental bonding is a procedure that uses a composite resin to restore and reshape damaged and decayed teeth in a variety of manners. Bonding can be used for everything from removing stains to closing gaps in teeth to correcting crooked or misshapen teeth. A cosmetic dentist will apply a bonding material to your tooth, shape and sculpt it and then harden the material using a high-intensity light. The resulting new surface is then finely polished. Composite bonds can last from seven to eleven years.

Minor dental bonding procedures can usually be completed in one office visit for small fixes and for replacing fillings. More complicated bonding procedures can require additional time and visits and may involve the casting of a mold and the use of temporary fillings while the permanent bond is cast by the lab. These types of bonds are usually made of porcelain, color-matched to your existing teeth and provide a durable and stain resistant solution to your problem.

Q-What are the pros and cons of dental bonding?

A-Dental bonding is an alternative to the use of silver fillings and has many advantages over them. Since the composite resin used for bonding can adhere directly to the tooth, bonds are more structurally sound. Also, composites can be color-matched to existing teeth and are therefore useful for fixing minor cracks, chips and gaps.

The only disadvantage to using composites for dental bonding is the additional cost involved.