Remove unwanted visible gaps when you smile
Groupe dentaire API’s professionals offer the full gamut of cosmetic dentistry services to allow you to correct many types of imperfections that affect the appearance of your smile. Among these, a notable solution is diastema closure procedures.
A diastema is the gap that separates two adjacent teeth. Some people have an abnormally pronounced gap. When it is visible in a smile, it can negatively affect its appearance.
A Cosmetic Procedure Foremost
In most cases, having a diastema does neither impair the functionality nor the oral health of a patient. A great number of patients want to correct this gap for esthetic reasons: they want to improve the appearance of their smile.
A diastema is often present between the two front incisors, the two front teeth. Nonetheless, depending on the location of the diastema in the mouth and its size, the dentist can offer you many different treatment options.
Solutions Available at Groupe dentaire API
Our large team of dental healthcare professionals can offer many different treatment options to close the diastema. Here are the most common:
- Orthodontics: various orthodontic appliances ranging from transparent and removable ones to fixed ones, such as braces, can help close the diastema. These various techniques demonstrated their effectiveness in correcting numerous dental alignment problems;
- Dental Veneers: these ultra-thin and customized shells are designed to perfectly fit teeth of each patient. Dental Veneers are widely used in cosmetic dentistry as they can embellish a smile by correcting the shape and alignment of teeth;
- Crowns: crowns may also be suggested to remove a gap between teeth that is too big. However, because this procedure is more invasive, it is suggested when other options are not feasible.
Your dentist is in the best position to suggest treatment options best suited for your situation, your needs and your budget. If you have more questions, come consult with us at Groupe dentaire API.
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