When you smile, you want people to notice. But, you want them to notice for the right reasons. If you’re considering full mouth rejuvenation or even a simple smile design, you’ve probably wondered if the results will look "obvious."
Today’s aesthetic dentistry relies on many principles driven by art as well as science. Doylestown / Philadelphia cosmetic surgeon Dr. Snyder pays close attention to the proportions of your existing bone structure, as well as your skin tone, eye and hair color. All these factors will help her to create a smile for you that looks completely natural.
Video: Dental Crowns and Veneers in Philadelphia
Listen to Beth Snyder DMD talk about dental crowns and porcelain veneers in Philadelphia, Lansdale and Doylestown.
Modern materials used in smile makeovers are not only safe and strong, they look like your
All-porcelain veneers and crowns function just like natural teeth. Restorations of the past were made of porcelain that was adhered to a metal base. These veneers could create a dark shadow at the gum line. And because metal reflects the light, the veneers made the teeth look flat and unnatural.
All-porcelain veneers are shaded to match your smile (so they blend with your natural color), shaped and sized to complement your features (so your teeth aren’t too big) and are translucent for a natural look. Even inlays and onlays used in restorations are created to match your natural tooth color.
A smile makeover can take years off your appearance, boost your self-confidence and increase your self-esteem. Best of all, your smile will look completely natural, as if you were born with it.
People will notice, for the right reasons.
Dental Crowns Doylestown / Bucks County
Say goodbye to those ugly black lines, dark teeth and swollen gums. You’ve seen those black lines at the top of crowns that look very unnatural. There are several reasons why this happens. The lines can be caused by metal under that crown that blocks natural light from the tooth. It can be from earlier trauma to a tooth that has deadened the tooth and turned it dark. Or it can be from a reaction of the gums to the metal around the crown. Many people have metal reactions that cause the gums to swell, but the swelling is blamed on poor hygiene or gum disease. All of these problems can be treated by new techniques that utilize all-porcelain, metal-free crowns in Philadelphia and Doylestown.
Metal vs. Non-Metal Crowns
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Beth Snyder, DMD
252 West Swamp Rd, Suite 25
Doylestown, PA 18901
Bucks County PA