Perfect Your Smile: 3 Ways to Straighter TeethSep. 15 2017
Although having a gap between your two front teeth can make your smile a bit endearing, it can also make you feel self-conscious. If you have a large gap in between your front teeth that are making you feel less like Julia Roberts and more like Anna Paquin, then you may want to have your smile altered by Dr. Dean Glasser. Luckily, we have a variety of different ways that we can help perfect your smile. From braces to veneers, this article will discuss a few of your options. Read on to learn more.
The most traditional method that we use to close the gap in between your teeth is metal braces. As an affordable and effective option, metal braces can not only help with your mouth’s appearance but also with your bite as well. By pushing your teeth together, braces can perfect your smile and make you feel more like a celebrity in no time.
As a temporary way to get rid of the gap in between your teeth, Dr. Dean Glasser may recommend that we use dental bonding. By placing a thin composite resin in between your teeth and then curing it with a light, the gap can be temporarily closed off. Depending on how big the gap is between your teeth will help Dr. Glasser decide if this is a suitable option for you.
As a more expensive, yet popular option, dental veneers can help correct almost every type of cosmetic dental related issue. By shaving down your existing teeth and then placing porcelain dental veneers on top, Dr. Dean Glasser can help change the location, size, shape, and color of your teeth.
If you have a gap in between your teeth that is causing you more grief than popularity; you may want to consider one of the options listed above. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, contact Dr. Dean Glasser today!
Dr. Dean Glasser is a respected Cosmetic and General Dentist, serving Melville, NY and the greater Long Island area. A Professor at Columbia University Dental School, Dr. Glasser is recognized as a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and as a Fellow of the following organizations: the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Association of Hospital Dentistry and the Misch Implant Institute.