Cosmetic Dentistry in Iran

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What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic – or aesthetic – dentistry refers to any dental procedure carried out in order to improve the appearance of the teeth or smile. This kind of work is sometimes called a ‘smile makeover' or ‘Hollywood smile'.

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It may include changes to:

. Tooth color

. Position of teeth

. Shape and size of teeth

. Jaw alignment

. Gum line

. Overall appearance of the smile

If your teeth are stained, discolored, worn, chipped, broken, misaligned, misshapen, or have gaps between them, modern cosmetic dentistry can give you a better smile. In fact, cosmetic dentistry is the art and science of dentistry applied to enhance the smile of an individual, it’s also about the general appearance and wellbeing of your teeth and gums, with the point being an expanded feeling of prosperity and better mental self-view.

Although the main focus is on aesthetics, many cosmetic procedures also serve to improve the functionality of the teeth and overall oral health, and in this regard there is some overlap with restorative dentistry. However, some non-reversible procedures cause lasting damage to tooth enamel. It's therefore important to discuss your chosen procedure with your dentist and understand exactly what it involves.

A skilled, experienced cosmetic dentist in Iran can help to improve your appearance, your smile, even your self-esteem and confidence. Today, cosmetic dentistry in Iran has continued to evolve to where cosmetic dentists can address functional and aesthetic patient concerns.

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Types of cosmetic dentistry

Here are some of the most common aesthetic dental treatments carried out in Iran:

. Teeth whitening

Whitening, or "tooth bleaching", is the most common cosmetic dental procedure. Teeth whitening is the most popular, least expensive and most straightforward of all the cosmetic dentistry procedures. As the name implies, teeth whitening techniques correct the discoloration in teeth. In the teeth whitening procedure, teeth are thoroughly cleaned to eliminate plaque, tartar and food debris from the tooth's crevices. Depending on the quantity of discoloration, cosmetic dentists also use bleaching agents for teeth whitening.

Whitening is a safe, fast and easy process that is effective for almost everyone.  While many whitening options are now available, including over the counter products, dentist-supervised treatments remain the recommended procedures for lightening discolored teeth.

Laser whitening is a teeth whitening technique in which gums are covered with rubber and a bleaching chemical is applied on the teeth. A beam of argon laser, which is intended to accelerate the process of bleaching, is then projected upon the teeth. This laser activates the bleaching chemical and lightens the teeth color. Laser whitening is said to be six times more effective in teeth whitening compared to other procedures.

. Reshaping

Tooth reshaping removes parts of the enamel to improve the appearance of the tooth. It may be used to correct a small chip, or to alter the length, shape or position of teeth, as well as when there is tooth size discrepancy; it can be used to correct crooked or excessively long teeth. The removed enamel is irreplaceable, and may sometimes expose dentin. It is also known as enameloplasty, odontoplasty, contouring, recontouring, slenderizing, and stripping. This procedure offers fast results and can even be a substitute for braces under certain circumstances.

. Braces

If you want to get straighter teeth you'll most likely need braces of some sort. These devices exert pressure on certain teeth to move them into the desired position. Children and teenagers are often treated with metal braces, but there are many other types of brace available if you get private treatment.

Patients who don't want it to be so obvious that they are wearing braces could consider:

. “Invisible” braces: These clear plastic aligners sit over teeth like a mouth guard and are only noticeable very close up.

. Lingual braces: Similar in design to traditional metal braces, these are attached to the back of teeth, hidden inside the mouth.

. Clear or tooth-colored ceramic braces: These work in the same way as metal braces but are designed to blend in with natural tooth color.

Treatment with braces can take anywhere from six months to two years or more, depending on the degree of movement required.

Many adults get braces later in life because they are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth. However, straighter teeth are actually easier to clean properly so getting braces can improve your oral hygiene, too.

. Dental crowns

A dental crown is a cap-like structure placed over a damaged tooth. Dental crowns cover teeth that are decayed, damaged, severely discolored, misshapen, cracked or chipped. They restore the size, shape, strength and appearance of the teeth. Dental crowns are made of dental porcelain, ceramic, composite or porcelain fused to metal. With appropriate care, they tend to last for approximately 30 years.

. Bonding

Bonding is a process in which an enamel-like dental composite material is applied to a tooth's surface, sculpted into shape, hardened and then polished. An example of a bonding substance are inlays and onlays, which are used to repair decayed & cracked teeth. These are helped at those parts of teeth when a filling is too small to correct the decayed teeth and a crown would be excessive. Bonding usually takes about 30 to 60 minutes.

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. Dental bridges

Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. Teeth on both sides of the space left by the missing teeth are prepared. A bridge is made up of abutments, the teeth that are prepped, and the missing, false teeth, which are called pontics. This procedure is used to replace one or more missing teeth and is cemented in. Bridges can consist of more than three teeth in total and the viability of any bridge is usually determined by applying Ante's Law and assessing where in the mouth the teeth are. Most bridges are fixed, they cannot be removed. Fixed bridges cannot be taken out in the same way that partial dentures can. In areas of the mouth that are under less stress, such as the front teeth, a cantilever bridge may be used. Cantilever bridges or Maryland Bridges are used to replace anterior or front missing teeth, are minimally invasive but do have a reputation for failure. Bridges require commitment to serious oral hygiene and carry risk. The average life of bridges is nearly ten years.

. Veneers

Veneers are ultra-thin, custom-made porcelain laminates that are bonded directly to the teeth and cover the front teeth. After removing about a half-millimeter of enamel from the tooth surface, these thin shells are bonded (cemented) to the front of the teeth. They are an option for closing gaps, enhance the shape, or change the color of teeth that do not respond well to whitening procedures. That is, these ultra-thin shells cover the visible flaws associated with size, color, shape or length of the teeth. The thin veneer is fixed to the tooth with the assistance of cementing material. Dental veneers last for an estimated 20 years without staining, and they blend seamlessly with the other teeth.

. Dental Implants

Dental implants are used to substitute missing teeth. They are made of metallic objects like titanium and their placement is usually carried out through surgery. In most cases, they provide permanent solutions, unlike other restorative options like dental bridges. They are conceived to serve as a tooth root with the ability to hold artificial teeth like dentures, bridges and crowns.

. Gum lifts

A gum lift is a cosmetic dental procedure that raises and sculpts the gum line. The procedure involves reshaping the tissue and/or underlying bones to create the appearance of longer or more symmetrical teeth, thereby making the smile more aesthetically pleasing.

. Bite reclamation

Bite reclamation is for patients who have had years of excessive wear to their teeth due to grinding or acid reflux can alter their vertical dimension. This gives them a closed or shorter look to their face and smile. By opening up their bite, a qualified professional can reclaim their vertical dimension.

Bite reclamation is a type of cosmetic dental surgery with which, the vertical dimensions of the teeth can be reclaimed and restored to the natural levels, thereby improving the appearance of the face and smile and at times, causing even the unwanted wrinkles to disappear.

10 common question about cosmetic dentistry in Iran

1What can a cosmetic dentist do?
Implants require an involved and expensive cosmetic dentistry procedure but are a long-term solution for replacing missing teeth. ... The crown, which a special restorative dentist creates for a natural, tooth-like appearance.
2What are the different types of cosmetic dentistry?
Types of Cosmetic Dentistry Teeth Whitening. Teeth whitening can be one of the simplest and least expensive ways to improve your smile. ... Dental Veneers. ... Dental Bonding. ... Dental Crown. ... Inlays and Onlays. ... Dental Implants. ... Other Options.
3What is the most expensive dental procedure?
Dental implants are often the best option for those with missing teeth, but they are also one of the most expensive dental procedures there is. The average price for a single dental implant ranges from $1,500 to $3,000 per tooth, but the cost is usually higher if gum or bone restoration is also needed.
4What are the benefits of cosmetic dentistry?
Versatility is one of the biggest benefits of cosmetic dentistry. Our procedures can conceal or correct various concerns including stains, misshapen teeth, proportionately small teeth, chips, cracks, gapped teeth, ragged gum lines, and more. Discoloration and dental erosion are common effects of aging.
5Are veneers considered onlays?
Inlays, onlays, and veneers are all very similar dental treatments that involve placing a protective layer on the surface of your teeth. ... A veneer is sometimes known as a porcelain veneer or a porcelain laminate. These wafer-thin structures are designed to coat the front surface of your teeth.
6What is cosmetic dentistry called?
Cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance (though not necessarily the functionality) of teeth, gums and/or bite. It primarily focuses on improvement in dental aesthetics in color, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance.
7Can Cosmetic Dentistry fix crooked teeth?
A combination of dental techniques can be used to achieve a great smile. Here, porcelain veneers and crowns correct crooked teeth, an uneven gum line, and other chipped, worn, and discolored dentistry.
8Which is better a dental HMO or PPO?
Typically, PPO dental insurance plans are said to offer better service and have less limitations than HMO dental insurance plans, but the premiums are usually more costly. ... Participants insured with a dental PPO insurance plan are responsible for paying their deductible before receiving any reimbursement.
9Is tooth extraction covered by Medicare?
Medicare doesn't cover most dental care, dental procedures, or supplies, like cleanings, fillings, tooth extractions, dentures, dental plates, or other dental devices. ... Some Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) offer extra benefits that Original Medicare doesn't cover - like vision, hearing, or dental.
10Does Medicare pay for dental and vision?
helps pay for “medically necessary” care. ... Dental and vision care are not seen as medically necessary. Original Medicare doesn't cover dental exams, eye exams, eyeglasses or other related services. You have options if you have Medicare and want some help with the cost of dental and vision care.

11 Comments

  1. shim says:

    Does the dental composite have different colors?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      Toothpaste is made of a kind of plastic material that has the same color as the tooth. I should mention that the color you choose for the composite is not natural and are usually whiter than your tooth.

  2. LUCA says:

    What foods can be used after implant implantation.

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      Considering the surgery and incision in the gum, cold and soft foods such as ice cream and cold soup should be avoided.

  3. SSODE says:

    How long is the tooth composite life?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      If the cosmetic dentist uses strong and durable coatings and the applicant is diligent in maintaining it, the shelf life of the composite veneer will be over 5 years.
      If you only want to modify your smile design, the most appropriate option is a veneer composite.
      It should be said that post-composite care should be told by a cosmetic dentist to ensure a long life span.

  4. Hugo says:

    Does the tooth composite have a specific color?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      One of the most popular in the field of dentistry today is veneer composite. Veneer composite, which is of the same color as the tooth, has different colors and can be selected by the dentist on the basis of skin color. We should bear this in mind that the color chosen for the composite must be natural.

  5. Hector says:

    Which one should you choose between a veneer composite and a ceramic laminate?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      The cosmetic dentist sometimes recommends lamination and sometimes composite depending on the type of patient’s problems.
      If the teeth need to be prettier and more attractive, for example, they may have discoloration or fractures, they use ceramic laminate, but sometimes some problems are minor and can be resolved with a composite veneer with the slightest repair.

  6. Steve says:

    Skipping your regular dental visits might turn into a major problem and the longer the delay the more problems
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