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Often, people look at cosmetic dentistry as a procedure to undergo only when they have the extra money to make their smile look perfect, or for those who are so obsessed with their image that they can’t handle the thought of leaving the house with anything less than a beautiful smile.

However, there are many instances in which cosmetic dentistry procedures are necessary in order for you to maintain optimal oral health.
Let’s take a look at what a few of those instances are.

Cracked teeth

When you crack a tooth, the enamel becomes damaged. Enamel is responsible for protecting our teeth from all sorts of damage – it’s what enables us to use our teeth to jerk, chew, and tear on foods – but when the enamel becomes damages, your tooth is at risk for infection and decay. A crown, or implant, may be necessary to fix your cracked tooth.

Decaying Teeth

If you have any sort of tooth decay – from cavities to diminishing enamel – then you’ll need some sort of cosmetic dentistry. While the procedures will improve how your smile looks, they’ll also drastically improve the health of your mouth.

At the end of the day, it’s important to remember that all cosmetic dentistry procedures aren’t just purely cosmetic in nature. There are many of them that are performed in order to establish great oral health. If you have questions or concerns about your oral health or cosmetic dentistry, please don’t hesitate to contact us today at 614-875-7070.