Step into the world with confidence when you opt for cosmetic dentistry from Wood Park Dental. Our resident dentists are dedicated to giving you pearly whites that you can be proud to show, offering an array of cosmetic dentistry services that include crowns, veneers, fillings, and whitening. You don't have to hide your smile any longer! Dr. Jon D. Skare and Dr. Kangas are licensed, insured, and experienced in the art of cosmetic dental work. Ask us about free whitening for life for new patients!
Whether you want to correct dental imperfections or brighten your pearly whites a few shades, Wood Park Dental is your source for comprehensive cosmetic dentistry in Eagan. We work with you to create a dental masterpiece that lasts for years to come. Rely on us for dental:
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When you visit our dental practice, you notice that we take the extra time to ensure you are completely satisfied with your results. Our cosmetic dentists are highly trained and have trained with world-class dental practitioners and specialists. Dr. Skare is a member of the following prestigious organizations:
If your natural teeth are unattractive, or have been damaged, cosmetic dentistry can completely transform your smile. You can have bridges, crowns or partials to replace your natural but imperfect teeth. These procedures can be costly but the incredible change is usually considered worth the expense. Veneers are another option, but they are even more expensive. If you are considering getting cosmetic dentistry work done, make sure you get it done by a reputable dentist. Your regular dentist might not be the right person for the job. Be sure you investigate every dentist you can, so that your teeth continue to look as beautiful as they can.
Dental hygiene is essential, even when you don't have natural teeth. Your dentures need brushing as much as natural teeth do. Your tongue should also be included in your oral care routine. Using a tongue scarper or brushing your tongue fights bad breath and eliminates bacteria. If you have missing teeth, you may be thinking about dentures. Permanent constructions, however, are a much better choice as dentures only have about one-fifth of the strength of regular teeth. Permanent options such as bridges will keep your teeth strong and allow you to live a more comfortable life.
Try a tooth whitener. You may not be able to get your teeth whitened at a dentist's office every time they look a little yellow. If you can't try an over-the-counter tooth whitening product. There are strips, pastes, and other products that have good results for maintaining whiteness between dental visits.
If you are visiting your dentist for cosmetic reasons, always choose the less invasive treatments. For example is you are choosing between crowns and veneers, always opt for veneers. Veneers only require you to trim back a bit of your tooth, while crowns involve a lot more and are more damaging. Before shelling out thousands of dollars for veneers, think about your reason for wanting to do so. Is your only goal to have whiter teeth? If so, skip the veneers in favor of bleaching or other whitening procedures. While veneers will allow you to have whiter teeth, they are best used on patients who want to make their teeth appear longer.
If you are deathly afraid of spending time in the dentist's chair, you might be tempted to skip cleanings or procedures altogether. This is a bad idea, especially since poor oral hygiene can lead to gum disease or even diabetes. Consider sedation dentistry, in which the patient is not awake during the appointment. Furthermore, some dentists will prescribe sedatives prior to the appointment. If you use either option, you must have someone who can drive you to and from the appointment. If you are afraid of needles, discuss sedation dentistry with your dentist before having any major work done. Sedation dentistry allows you to take a small pill that helps you to relax before your appointment. It is safe for most individuals, and it can make a dental visit much less stressful.
There is no doubt that dental health ought to be a vital part of everyone's life. Poor dental care can lead to the development of serious problems and even disease throughout the rest of the body. Apply the information found above, and you will have what it takes to stay in the best shape possible.
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