A smile can be powerful. In fact, research shows that you are judged by this feature. This means job promotions or even romantic endeavors may rests upon your smile. We care about you, and we dedicate ourselves to bringing out your best smile.
Why Choose Our Cosmetic Dentistry Specialists?
Nothing speaks louder than experience, and Dr. Arman Torbati has years of it. He is a Harvard and USC graduate. His knowledge is so extensive that he is now an associate professor at USC, not to mention that he has been named a diplomat for the American board of prosthodontics. Rest assured that you can trust him and his team of Los Angeles-based cosmetic dentists to get your smile right.
Most people know that cosmetic dentistry focuses on the aesthetics of a smile, but the truth is this involves more than you might imagine. Trusting an experienced team ensures that the issues linked to this type of dental work are addressed like the following:
Cracks or Chips
A common aesthetic issue that many people have to deal with is cracked or chipped teeth. Some cracks or chips may not seem problematic, but they can be. For one, these issues make a tooth susceptible to injuries that could lead to tooth loss. Some of these injuries could run deep into the tooth to the point that they might cause a toothache. It should also be noted that harmful bacteria can hide in cracks, which could lead to cavities and other oral ailments. Taking care of these issues could help you avoid other problems. We have solutions that include bonding and veneers, just to name a few options.
It is easy to see that misaligned teeth can make a person feel self-conscious, but there is more to talk about concerning this issue. Misaligned teeth can harbor harmful bacteria and lead to cavities because the bristles of a brush may not be able to reach into the crevices of the misaligned teeth. This issue could also cause mouth injuries, which can put you at risk of infections that could leech into your blood stream, affecting your overall health.
Missing teeth also make it hard for a person to smile, but it can lead to other issues such as facial deformation. Think of your teeth as the backbone of your mouth. A missing tooth or teeth can weaken this backbone and lead to deformations as your mouth attempts to withstand things like pressure when you bite down and chew.
There is a lot that we can help you with, and we would love the opportunity to answer your questions. Give us a call today to find out more information or to schedule a consultation. We want to help you gain the smile of your dreams.