Cap Damaged Teeth
Dental crowns, also known as caps, are man-made covers that can be placed over teeth that are damaged, severely worn or in a generally bad condition. They crown the tooth, which is first filed into shape, and leave it looking gorgeous. In addition to making teeth look better, crowns add strength to the underlying tooth structure, so they reduce the risk of cracks or other kinds of structural damage. Crowns have been around for many years, but until recently they had a substructure made of metal, which meant they often appeared strangely dull and lifeless. Over time, these had a tendency to develop a darker, metallic discoloration near the gum line. Today, however, all-ceramic and porcelain dental crowns are available. Modern dental crowns look completely natural and, better still, they can last for many years.
Disguise Imperfect Teeth
A dental veneer is a wafer-thin piece of porcelain that is bonded to the front of a tooth to make it look better. Dental veneers are most often used on front teeth to create that perfect smile whether it is the Hollywood look or a very natural, beautiful appearance. With multiple dental veneers, Dr. Han can close spaces, disguise discolored teeth, hide chipped or worn teeth, or just revamp an ageing smile. Veneers are frequently used to cover teeth that have been severely stained that whitening cannot completely remove.
Brighten Stained Teeth
Are yellow, stained teeth dulling your smile? If so, whitening your teeth can help. Whiter teeth can make your smile sparkle, enhance your appearance, and boost your self-confidence. Whitening lightens the color of teeth that have darkened due to age, smoking, coffee, tea, medication, or certain dental treatments. Today, there are tooth whitening methods that work for every lifestyle and budget: from inexpensive at-home bleaching trays to professional laser tooth whitening in the dental office that gives immediate results.