Oral implants and veneers can restore teeth to their original function and form. Brackets, Invisalign and crowns are just a few of the other restorative options. In advanced restorative dentistry, you can use a combination of these strategies. Dentists will determine which approach is best for each individual. 

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You can start your search for restorative treatments by speaking to your family dentist and cosmetic dentist. Restorative dentistry involves a variety of procedures. These include:

Teeth whitening: These techniques are used to whiten your teeth. Teeth can become discolored due to nutrient deficiencies, smoking and excessive consumption of tea or coffee. No matter what the cause of discoloration is, teeth whitening procedures can restore the tooth's color. 

Dental veneers, Lumineers and Dental Veneers: Both Lumineers and Dental Veneers are made of porcelain. These thin porcelain strips are cemented to the teeth to enhance the appearance. They can restore the appearance of teeth that are misaligned or cracked, chipped, stained, or damaged. 

Implants: Another common restorative procedure is dental implants. Implants can be used to replace missing teeth. Titanium is used to make implants. Osseo integration (integration between your bone & the implant) makes titanium implants extremely stable.

One of the most effective ways to change your appearance is through restorative dentistry. A few simple habits can make a big difference in your oral health.