Dr. Raju Chauhan 0
When you listen to the terms “Aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry,” you might probably think, “Aren’t they the same thing?”. Both of them are dental procedures that can help in enhancing the whole appearance of your teeth. But there are huge differences between them.
Cosmetic dentistry mainly looks at improving the appearance of your teeth using dental procedures, teeth whitening, and veneers. While aesthetic dentistry focuses on fixing dental problems like restoring a few missing teeth, which don’t just make your teeth look better but also restore the function of your teeth, making you feel confident about your smile. This difference makes aesthetic dentistry more reliable than cosmetic dentistry.
These procedures, make use of the latest techniques available and has the capability of giving you a more natural-looking and healthy smile. Aesthetic dentists use advanced technologies to help you attain that look. All the effort will probably result in retaining the ability to eat and talk normally.
To put it simply- aesthetic dentistry is essentially about your individual treatment, whatever that may be. We want to look for any dental problems and find a solution that will eradicate those problems, whilst also making sure you gain confidence from having a great smile and natural appearance.
In contrast with this, as the name suggests, cosmetic dentistry is more about sorting out the visual aspects of teeth. Treatments can include things like veneers and crowns. Solutions can also help fix things like crooked or discoloured teeth and in extreme cases disease, but it could be argued that some places where you can get treatment are not so concerned about what’s underneath those ‘veneers’.
One of the other big differences between cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry is the end goal. Aesthetic dentistry uses techniques available to modern medicine to give you a more natural, healthy look.
When techniques are concerned, aesthetic procedures include regular cleanings, root canal removal, and the restoration of teeth with fillings or bridges to make your teeth look normal and healthy. The goal is to give you healthy teeth that function properly so that you can look your best and eat and talk normally.
Cosmetic dentistry is a little different from aesthetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry uses more advanced and invasive methods to make your teeth look a little better than what is considered perfect. Cosmetic dentistry includes techniques like teeth whitening, braces, veneers and a wide variety of other techniques. The idea is to give you bright, white, straight teeth that are picture perfect.
Such treatments are commonly selected as an interim procedure that does not necessarily function ideally and does not always emulate the pristine state of a natural dentition. Esthetic dentistry requires less accommodation, incorporates acceptable biologic technology for long-term survival, functions suitably, and mimics the pristine state of the natural dentition.
Ultimately, it can help you attain a picture-perfect look using advanced but more invasive methods. So, the dental solutions usually used to achieve that smile involve teeth whitening, braces, etc. The goal is to help you get bright and straight teeth.
Aesthetic dentistry can help with the following dental issues:
Fix the alignment and change the shape and size of the teeth.
Fill gaps between teeth.
Correct bite problems.
Brighten up the shade of your teeth.
Restore teeth that are too decayed, broken, cracked, or chipped.
Replace missing teeth etc.
Truly skilled dentistry will give you both health and cosmetic benefits – another reason why we tend to use the term aesthetic dentistry. While you can have cosmetic dental treatments, it is always best to make sure that your actual oral health can sustain those cosmetic treatments.
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