Cosmetic dentistry in Markham is not just about enhancing your smile, it’s about allowing the real you to shine through without the current insecurities you may have about oral appearance. And according to the Canadian Dental Association, cosmetic dentistry is still dentistry, so there’s no need to feel apprehensive or embarrassed about getting these types of procedures done. Let’s take a closer look at cosmetic dentistry and if it’s right for you.

What is considered cosmetic dentistry?

The CDA considers the following procedures to be potentially cosmetic: braces, porcelain crowns, veneers, bridges, bonding and white fillings. But cosmetic dentistry work can be anything from teeth whitening to full mouth reconstruction, depending on the patient and the work needed.

Why should you get cosmetic dental procedures?

There are many different health-related reasons why patients may be considering cosmetic dentistry. However, the main reason people opt for this kind of dental work is to feel better about their smile. Broken teeth, crooked alignment or discolouring can really take a toll on a person’s self-esteem, and prevent them from purposely showing their teeth when smiling, or from even smiling at all. Cosmetic dentistry is a way to safely and permanently improve your smile under the care of a professional.

Who performs cosmetic dental procedures?

All cosmetic dental procedures are done by a licensed dentist, preferably one with experience in this type of work. Be sure to check with your dentist about what procedures are performed and by who or contact us directly and Dr. Weerasinghe will be happy to help you achieve your perfect smile.

Here at Cornell Dental Centre, we perform a wide variety of cosmetic dental procedures including professional teeth whitening and chip and crack repairs. We can even reshape your teeth or close gaps for a more balanced smile. Please drop in or get in touch with us by leaving a message or call for an appointment today and ask us about all our available cosmetic dentistry options in Markham.