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Most people are probably familiar with dental procedures like extractions, braces, cleanings, and fillings. However, there are more procedures than those that can be beneficial. If you want to learn more about different types of dental procedures and how they may benefit you, keep reading to learn more about them.

1. Teeth Bleaching

This is probably one of the quickest procedures that can make a great impact on your smile. For those who do not need to get any other procedures done, but want a little change, then this may be the best option for you. It is affordable and does not require too big of a commitment or high levels of maintenance after.

There are some over-the-counter teeth bleaching products that you can purchase to do it at home. However, these are not as effective as getting it done with a dental professional.

2. Dental Veneers

One of the best procedures for those who want whiter teeth for a long time without the time commitment of getting an entirely new set of teeth is dental veneers. This procedure involves getting a thin shell of porcelain that is put over your teeth. It also involves getting a slight shaping done to your teeth, and if you want, they can also be whitened.

This procedure is perfect for those with chipped or fractured teeth. It can also work for those with stained teeth that cannot be resolved by bleaching.

3. Enamel Abrasion

This procedure uses fine pumice in a machine to cause microabrasions on your teeth. This then removes any surface stains, leaving you with white teeth. Most people get this procedure if they have stained teeth on the surface that cannot be removed by bleaching.

It works well for soda, coffee, wine, tobacco, and other stains that only affect the surface. However, this procedure cannot be used to remove intrinsic stains or stains inside the teeth.

4. Enamel Bonding

The bonding material used for this procedure is the same one used for dental fillings. The dentist can shape the material to the shape and size of your teeth to fit them.

While this is perfect for those with chipped or deeply stained teeth as they are similar to veneers, people do not really like to go for this procedure. The reason being is that this procedure does not last nearly as long as veneers do.

5. Invisalign Braces

Some people are insecure about wearing braces because they think it could make them look odd. While braces are nothing to be ashamed about, if you don't like them being visible, then Invisalign braces are for you.

Invisalign braces are still very much similar to regular braces. They do the same function of getting your teeth aligned, fixing any problems you may have with chewing, speaking, or any other issues caused by the misalignment of your teeth. The only difference is that they are not visible. Invisalign braces, however, are a little more expensive than regular braces, which could turn people away from getting them.

Conclusion

To learn more about these and other procedures, be sure to contact your dentist. You should also keep in mind that nothing will be effective in getting whiter teeth if you are not committed to a healthy and proper oral hygiene routine.

Are you looking for a local dentist in Ann Arbor and Waterford? You can contact Dental House MI. We offer various dental services which include preventive, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry, along with oral surgery, dental implants, and more. Get in touch with us to book an appointment.

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