Can modern dentistry change the way your face looks?
Every time you login to social media, you’re inundated with celebrities who always look picture perfect. Their noses are perfectly proportionate, their lips are luscious and full, and they’re practically wrinkle-free. There’s something about them that makes them look perfectly proportionate.
You’ve probably thought to yourself, “If I want the same results I’m going to have to make an appointment with a plastic surgeon.”
But what if there was a way to get the same results without going under the knife?
What are the benefits of non-surgical dentistry?
If you’ve ever wanted the look of costly cosmetic procedures without the price tag, non-surgical dentistry can help deliver those results. It can also help with health problems.
If your bite is in a healthy position, you should be able to see a major portion of your lower teeth if you put your teeth together and pull your lower lip down. Teeth that fit this way usually create a very natural looking profile.
On the other hand, if you bite down and you can’t see your lower teeth, you have what dentists call a closed bite. This doesn’t mean you need extensive and potentially costly dental treatments. Most people don’t have any idea that they have a closed bite. Those that do are able to adapt and live normally.
If you want to correct this, crowns are an excellent way to do so. As a popular restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedure, they can do the job of chin lifts, Botox, lip fillers, and skin treatments. When done properly, they free up your jaw and allow it to come forward, which can change your profile. They can also help to make your lips look fuller and erase wrinkles.
In addition to the aesthetic benefits, crowns can help with uncomfortable medical conditions like stuffy ears, neck aches, and tension headaches in your temples and behind your eyes.
Where can I get dental crowns in Ottawa?
Are you looking to boost your confidence? Dr. Andrea Stevens and her team can help you look and feel your best by using all that modern dentistry has to offer.