Smile Makers Dental Clinics

Complete Dental Wellness ,Implant & Laser Centres

Cosmetic Dentistry in time for Valentine’s Day

If you’re looking for a way to enhance your confidence and look your best this February 14th, consider cosmetic dentistry. 
The cosmetic dental services we provide can help you whiten and straighten your teeth, creating a smile you’ll want to share with others.
Our cosmetic dentistry services include:
Teeth whitening
Invisalign clear braces
Porcelain veneers
Cosmetic bonding
Our teeth whitening options include both in-office whitening and a professional take-home whitening kit. Both produce professional results, but there are differences.  In office Whitening whitens teeth in just one appointment, while take-home whitening lets us brighten your smile in the comfort of your home, on your own schedule. For the best results, in-office whitening and take-home whitening should be used together.
For adult patients who want a straighter smile, we provide different options. Invisible clear braces is a great option. Instead of using metal brackets and wires, Clear braces uses clear trays made of acrylic. Because trays are nearly invisible, your care will be more discreet. What’s more, treatment is often faster and more comfortable. 
For patients who want a whiter and straighter-looking smile, porcelain veneers are a popular option. Veneers use thin pieces of porcelain to improve the appearance of front teeth. The result is a dazzling smile that looks naturally beautiful.
Which service is right for you? Is it one of these, or is it another service from the list above? For an answer to that question, call us for an appointment (0731-2559603) with Dr.Mishthu & Dr Shaleen. Our team is dedicated to creating beautiful smiles for Valentine’s Day and beyond.
Tips for healthy teeth
Always keep your mouth healthy and attractive by brushing at least twice a day with toothpaste containing fluoride and flossing at least once daily. Another tip is to reduce the amount of sugary and acidic food and drinks you consume like candy, sodas, and sports drinks. Instead, eat a well balanced diet of lean proteins, complex carbohydrates, healthy fats, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and fiber. And if you feel the need for gum or a mint to freshen your breath, be sure to select products with xylitol, as studies have proven that it actually reduces your odds of getting cavities (tooth decay). Lastly, drink plenty of water (preferably fluoridated), as dry mouth is one of the key causes of halitosis (bad breath).





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