Published: Mar 18, 2016 | By: Richard Caven
Nothing lasts forever - and this includes things like cosmetic dental work. To review, cosmetic dentistry is defined as procedures that are carried out to enhance the appearance of the teeth, and thereby the appearance of an individual's smile. It includes things like the administration of veneers, tooth bonding, teeth whitening and crowns, among others. On that note, there are various different factors that may dictate when revisiting certain cosmetic dentistry procedures is necessary.
These include things like exactly what type of work was done, how extensive the work was, what material certain applications are made of and the specific professional who carried out the work. This post will take a closer look at some of the factors involved with cosmetic dentistry - and how long you can expect it to last.
Just what can you expect when you revisit previous cosmetic dental work? You can anticipate a procedure similar to the initial one that you had done when you originally received the work, and at the end of the appointment, the result should be satisfactory. After all, remember that cosmetic dentistry is designed to improve the appearance of the teeth, as well as the appearance of the smile.
For more information on cosmetic dentistry, and to schedule a consultation to help improve the appearance of your teeth today, contact Caven Dental.
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