Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

Boston Dental incorporates a wide range of cosmetic dentistry procedures – including teeth whitening, veneers, orthodontics, and dental implants – to create positive changes to your teeth and to your smile.

What can cosmetic dentistry do for me?

Cosmetic dentistry can improve the color and alignment of your teeth, giving you confidence in your smile. Crooked and misaligned teeth sometimes cause jaw pain and headaches that can also be alleviated by cosmetic dental procedures. Cosmetic dentistry can correct an overbite or underbite, improving your profile and making it easier to chew food properly. Some procedures, like bonding, can prevent further damage by keeping hairline cracks from becoming worse. Cosmetic dental procedures are an investment in your health and self-confidence.

How do I choose a cosmetic dentist?

Check to make sure that the dentist is accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). Dentists and lab technicians belonging to the AACD have passed stringent examinations to receive certification. They have also demonstrated exceptional clinical skills and stay current with the latest dental technology to better serve their patients. In addition, choose a cosmetic dentistry practice that has a complete array of diagnostic and treatment facilities and equipment.

What kind of technology is used at Boston Dental?

Instantaneous digital x-rays are used to create a clear picture of your teeth and jaw bone with no waiting time for development. Waterlase® laser dentistry uses cutting-edge technology without the need for anesthesia. The DIAGNOdent Laser can provide a full scan of teeth and the DIAGNOdent Perio Probe checks gum tissue for signs of disease.

Cone Beam X-rays are available to generate a complete image of the inside of your mouth. The hundreds of images that are produced give a clear picture of nerves, tissue, teeth and bones. A dental scanner that completely images the shape and placement of teeth replaces the use of impression trays to form a cast.

What are the areas of dentistry available at Boston Dental?

  • General Dentistry: Diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the teeth, gums and mouth; tooth restoration.
  • Periodontics: Examination of teeth, plaque, gums, bite, bone structure, and risk factors.
  • Endodontics: Diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disorders of the root, or pulp, of the tooth.
  • Orthodontics: Oral health specialty focusing on the treatment of misplaced teeth and misalignment, or uneven bite.
  • Oral Surgery: Surgery performed on the mouth, including tooth extraction, removal of tumors, and jaw repair.
  • Smile Design: Smile design focuses on more than just teeth, we balance the aesthetic elements of the face and how they work together to help you achieve your most beautiful and natural smile.

It there a benefit to having all dental specialties in one practice?

One clear benefit of having a full staff of trained oral specialists under one roof is the sharing of information between them. At Boston Dental, we offer complete oral care with general dentistry, periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics and oral surgery. Your dentist can consult with your orthodontist about braces or with your oral surgeon if a tooth has to be removed. It’s also convenient for you, the patient, to be able to go to one center for all of your dental needs.

Will insurance pay for my cosmetic dental work?

Dental insurance usually covers routine care only and doesn’t pay for elective dental procedures. For cases in which a procedure is necessary, some dental plans also specify that the least expensive materials be used. However, financing is often available to pay for cosmetic dental procedures. You’ll be given an estimate of the amount your insurance covers, if any, before the work is done.

The financial coordinator at Boston Dental will help you decide the best way to pay for your cosmetic dental work. Cash, checks and all major credit cards are acceptable forms of payment, and financing is also offered through Consumer Credit Solutions and Care Credit. Cosmetic dentistry is your investment in excellent dental health and hygiene, along with a smile you can be proud of.

Why do dentists use composite fillings?

A filling created with composite is more resistant to cracks than one using amalgam, so it can be used to make a smaller indention in your tooth. Composite fillings are made with a mixture of resin and quartz or glass filler that’s the same color as the tooth. They can also be anchored in place with adhesive, allowing the dentist to remove less of the original tooth. Composite fillings are a good choice for small to moderate fillings.

What are the benefits of Invisalign?

Invisalign straightens teeth with a series of clear resin aligners that fit over the teeth. One advantage of this technique over traditional braces is that they often go unnoticed by other people. Invisalign also does the job more quickly and requires less dental visits. The aligner is custom created for each person using 3-D imaging technology, and it can be removed for eating, brushing and flossing. Invisalign is a good option for teeth that need minor to moderate straightening or alignment.

What are veneers?

Veneers are ultra-thin medical grade ceramic sheets that are permanently bonded to the front of the teeth. They’re matched to the color of the rest of the teeth and, depending on oral hygiene and each person’s wear and tear, they can last over 10 years without any damage. Wearing a night guard can protect and extend the life of veneers, and smoking can eventually lead to discoloration. One benefit of getting veneers is that it’s an easy, quick and painless procedure. In some cases, you can walk out of the dentist’s office with a brand-new smile after just one visit.

What’s the difference between whitening teeth at home and at the dentist?

Home dental whitening kits use peroxide to whiten teeth and it takes several applications to see a difference. In the dentist’s office, a safe, nontoxic bleach formula whitens teeth up to 8 shades with the help of a special light to speed the process. The whitening takes less than an hour, and there’s minimal discomfort to the gums. Boston Dental uses the patented Zoom! Teeth Whitening procedure to make an immediately noticeable difference in the whiteness of your teeth.

Why do people need braces?

Sometimes teeth are too crowded, causing them to overlap or grow crookedly. Or a person may have an underbite or overbite that causes pain in the jaw. Misaligned teeth also affect the bones and muscles in your face and can lead to headaches. All of these issues can be corrected over time with the use of braces. They’re usually worn for one to three years, and regular visits to the orthodontist ensure that they continue to move the teeth in the right direction. Braces will need to be tightened periodically and, with good oral hygiene and regular checkups, many people experience excellent results.

What is a tooth inlay/onlay?

Teeth that have been eroded beyond repair are often capped with dental crowns. Some teeth don’t have damage on the entire surface, and only a portion of the tooth needs to be covered. A porcelain or ceramic inlay/onlay can restore the tooth to its former appearance and function without performing a full crown procedure. Inlays cover the part of the tooth that’s between the raised areas, or cusps. Dental onlays may cover the entire biting surface, and they’re sometimes referred to as partial crowns.

How long does it take to get a crown?

Sometimes a large filling breaks the bulk of the tooth, making subsequent fillings impossible. Occasionally, the amount of decay to be removed can also greatly decrease the amount of dentin left. When the structure of a tooth has been worn away by decay, fillings are longer an option. A crown is a replacement for the outer surface of the tooth, and it looks just like the original tooth. It’s closely fitted on top of the stub of the original tooth and cemented in place. Crowns can also replace discolored or uneven teeth, and they can help eliminate spacing problems.

It will take two visits to have a tooth capped with a new crown. On the first visit, your dentist will remove any decay, then grind down and shape the tooth to receive the overlay. An impression will be made of your teeth in order to create a crown that fits properly. You’ll get a temporary one to cover the stub until the second, and final, visit. At that time, the permanent crown will be cemented in place. The first visit can take up to an hour, and the second one may be as short as twenty minutes.

Are dental implants recommended?

Sometimes natural teeth are lost because of decay, injury or gum disease. This can make it harder to chew and can make a person feel unhappy with their smile. Implants are, basically, artificial replacement teeth. They’re permanently attached to the jaw bone with titanium screws, and the surrounding bone fuses with the implant post. Dental implants can improve appearance, speech, eating, and self-esteem. With proper care, they can last a lifetime.

What is a removable dental bridge?

A removable bridge is a dental device that’s used when one or more teeth are missing. Artificial teeth are anchored to the existing teeth to fill in the gap. A bridge makes it easier to chew food and keeps a person’s bite in alignment. It also maintains the shape of the face and keeps the other teeth from drifting out of place. Your dentist will adjust the bridge to fit your mouth and create the proper bite.

At first, the removable bridge may feel uncomfortable, but that’s just because it takes your mouth a while to get used to it. Once you’ve adapted to the bridge, having it in place will be helpful for eating and talking. Unlike an implant, a dental bridge is removed at night. You care for your bridge by brushing and flossing regularly, using an antiseptic mouthwash, and cleaning the bridge at night with an approved solution. This will give it a long life of up to ten years or more.

How are overdentures different from dentures?

Overdentures are an alternative to dentures, and they’re more comfortable than traditional dentures. They attach to implanted fixtures in your mouth, and this keeps them from moving around or slipping. Attaching them to fixtures anchored in the bone helps prevent the bone loss that can take place when wearing regular dentures. Your dentist will create images of your mouth in order to carefully fabricate overdentures that will fit well and be comfortable. This allows you to chew your food with confidence, and it also improves your speech and appearance.

Why do my gums have to be evaluated before a procedure?

Your cosmetic dentist will have your gums evaluated before any procedure to make sure they’re in the best shape possible. This is because unhealthy gums can cause excessive bleeding during dental work. When gums are not in good shape, they’re also puffy, and this can make it difficult to position dental work in the exact location where it needs to be. For example, it could cause the bottom line of a crown to be visible after the swelling subsides.

Boston Dental have Cosmetic Dentists at Downtown Crossing and Cosmetic Dentists at Government Center locations.

What is Orthodontics and What Do Orthodontists Do?

There are some people who were born with perfect teeth. These people are lucky. There are many people who are not so lucky and they will need some type of orthodontic treatment to treat their problem, giving them the smile that they have always dreamed of.

What Is Orthodontics?

According to the American Association of Orthodontics, orthodontics is a dental specialty that diagnoses, treats, and prevents irregularities of the face and teeth. If a person is in need of orthodontic treatment, they cannot get it with your regular dentist. If the dentist recommends orthodontic treatment, they would refer the patient to an orthodontist specializes in this type of treatment.

What Is the Difference Between a Dentist and an Orthodontist?

Both dentists and orthodontists are required to take the same courses in dental school. They are required to graduate from school and work toward getting their license. If a person wants to be a family dentist, their education would end here and they can begin looking for work in a dentist office. If they want to become an orthodontist, they would need to continue their education for two to three more years in the field of orthodontics. An orthodontist focuses more on their patients’ jaw position and their appearance than they do with their patient’s oral health. In most cases, the orthodontist will make sure that their patients see their dentist for regular cleanings throughout the entire treatment process.

Types of Orthodontic Issues

There are several orthodontic issues that can make a person ashamed of the appearance of their smile. There are some issues that can be inherited from the parents such as jaw growth issues, congenitally missing teeth or extra teeth, spacing problems and protruding teeth. There are other issues that have nothing to do with genetics. These problems could have been caused by thumb sucking, accidents, dental diseases, the premature loss of baby teeth, or having baby teeth in the mouth for too long. Regardless of the cause of the problem, these issues would need to be treated using orthodontic treatments.

Why Should a Person Seek Orthodontic Treatment?

The major reason why people want to see an orthodontist to treat their dental issues is to improve their appearance. A person’s smile is one of the first things that people notice about them, therefore, they want it looking perfect. There are a few other reasons why a person should seek orthodontic treatment if you need it. First, for a serious malocclusion because it can make eating and speaking difficult. This condition can also wear away the enamel on the teeth and it can put excess strain on the muscle tissue and the jawbone. If the teeth are crowded or overlapping, it can be difficult to brush the teeth the way that they need. This can result in tooth decay and gum disease.

How Old Does a Child Need To Be To Start Orthodontic Treatments?

Children as young as 6 or 7 years old are able to receive orthodontic treatment. At this age, it is called interceptive orthodontics. When a child is this young, their jawbone is still developing, therefore, there are certain conditions that can be corrected easier than if the child is in their teens. If a child’s jaw or dental arches are not in the correct position, early orthodontics can help. The child may need more treatment in the future, however, it won’t be as invasive if the child starts at a young age.

Common Orthodontic Treatments and the Conditions That They Treat

When most people hear the term orthodontic treatment, the first thing that they think about is braces. Braces are a common treatment option, however, there are many other types of appliances that are used to move the teeth, affect the growth of the jaw, and to retrain the muscles. The type of appliance that the orthodontist would recommend depends on the condition and its severity. There are two types of appliances, fixed and removable.

Fixed Appliances

Fixed appliances are placed in the mouth and they remain in the mouth until the orthodontist removes them. There are a few common fixed appliances that an orthodontist will suggest.

• Braces: As mentioned above, braces are the most common fixed appliance in orthodontics. Braces are made up of brackets, wires, and bands. The bands are placed around the teeth and they are the anchors for the braces. The brackets are often bonded to the teeth which will hold the wire on over the teeth. During each visit to the orthodontist, the archwire would be tightened to put added tension on the teeth. This will gradually move the teeth to the desired position. This is often done monthly so that the treatment would be complete within one to three years. If the patient skips frequent visits, it can delay the treatment. The braces that orthodontists use today are lighter and smaller than they were in the past like invisalign. Also, they come in bright colors for children and clear styles that are popular with adults.

• Fixed Space Maintainers: If a child loses a tooth earlier than they should, an orthodontist might want to place a space maintainer. This will keep the spot open until the permanent tooth comes through. Since the tooth fell out prematurely, it will take time for the adult tooth to come through. Without a fixed space maintainer, all of the teeth can shift, resulting in serious problems that would require invasive care to repair later.

• Special Fixed Appliances: Special fixed appliances are given to children to keep them from sucking their thumbs or tongue thrusting. These are habits that can result in serious orthodontic problems later in life. These appliances can make eating very uncomfortable, therefore, they should only be used as a last resort.

Necessary Oral Care For Fixed Appliances

When a person has any type of fixed appliance in their mouth, they need to pay special attention to their oral health. Since there will be appliances affixed to the mouth. Without proper oral care, the teeth can be susceptible to decay. There are a few tips that should be followed.

• It is important to brush after each meal. This will remove any food and debris from around the appliance in in some cases, underneath.

• Use the necessary tools: When a person has braces or any type of fixed appliance, they will be given special tools to clean their teeth. The tool will be able to reach places that a toothbrush cannot reach.

• Floss: Regardless of the type of fixed appliance, the teeth should be flossed at least once a day.

• Use mouthwash: Mouthwash is very important as it can help remove food and debris from the teeth that the toothbrush and the tool could not reach on its own.

• Make all scheduled appointments: It is important to make all scheduled appointments with the dentist. Visits to the orthodontist won’t be enough. The dentist will check for signs of decay. When the teeth are cleaned, the dentist would give the patient any information necessary to change their habits so that decay will not be an issue.

Removable Appliances

Removable appliances are not placed permanently in the mouth. Since they can be removed from the mouth, the patient needs to be responsible enough to wear the appliances as directed. There are several types of removable appliances that have different purposes.

• Aligners: Aligners are an alternative to metal braces. The aligners are clear, therefore, they are very popular with adults who don’t want to wear metal braces. The aligners come in different sizes. As the treatment progresses, the patient would be told to put in a new aligner. The aligners are made of plastic, therefore, there are no wires and brackets to scrape up the inside of the mouth. When the patient brushes, flosses, and eats, they would remove the aligner. After, they would put the aligner back in. There are many people who find aligners to be much more comfortable and convenient than metal braces.

• Removable Space Maintainers: This removable appliance provides the same treatment as fixed space maintainers. The removable version is made of acrylic that fits over the jaw. Depending on the type, the branches between the teeth to keep the space open are made of either wire or plastic. These space maintainers can be removed regularly. Many parents find that their children are much more comfortable with this version.

• Jaw Repositioning Appliances: Jaw repositioning appliances are also known as splints. The split is placed in either the bottom jaw or top jaw, depending on the patient’s individual situation. This appliance is designed to train the jaw to close in the best position possible. This is a common treatment for people with TMJ.

• Cheek and Lip Bumpers: If a person has excess pressure on their lips or cheeks, this appliance can help. It can relieve the pressure, reducing the pressure and making the patient more comfortable.

• Palatal Expander: A palatal expander is a plastic plate that fits right into the roof of the mouth. It is designed to make the arch of the upper jaw, wider. There are screws on the appliance that would put pressure on the joints and bones, which will eventually lengthen or widen the palate.

• Removable Retainers: Just about every person who has braces or aligners to treat their orthodontic problems will need to wear a removable retainer after. The orthodontist will recommend how often the retainer should be worn. Some patients need to wear it all the time while others only need to wear the retainer at night. If the patient neglects to wear the retainer, their teeth can start shifting back to the position they were in before the patient started wearing braces. If the patient neglects to wear the retainer, over time, it will no longer fit in their mouth. This would require a new retainer to be made, which can be very costly.

• Headgear: Headgear is not the most attractive orthodontic appliance. It consists of a strap that is placed around the back of the head. Attached to the front is a metal wire. The headgear is designed to slow down the growth rate of the upper jaw. This is achieved when the device holds the back teeth in place while the front teeth are pulled back. Only certain orthodontic issues would require a patient to wear headgear.

Necessary Oral Care For Removable Appliances

Since removable appliances can be removed before brushing and flossing, there would be no special tools necessary. The patient would remove their appliance and brush and floss like they always have. When the teeth are clean, the appliance would be put back in place.

When a person is born with a less than perfect smile, they do have options. An orthodontist can create a treatment plan to improve the appearance of the smile as quickly as possible. Within one to three years, they can have the perfect smile that wish that they always had. The dentist and the orthodontist will work in conjunction to be sure that the teeth are straightened and the teeth are healthy and free of decay.

Why you Should Choose Composite Fillings

When considering tooth fillings, one of the options available are composite fillings which are made from durable plastics that are similar in color to natural teeth. Because the composite fillings are tooth-colored, they look more natural and are less noticeable compared to other types of fillings.

Another benefit of tooth-colored fillings is that they are compatible with sealants allowing your dentist to perform both procedures in a single sitting preventing further decay. There are other advantages to composite, tooth-colored fillings, most importantly the capability of bonding to tooth structure. Also in many cases they can be repaired by addition of more composite material.


Anti Ageing Teeth Whitening

The easiest way of turning back the clock is to look after your teeth. The older you get the more TLC your pearly whites need. Number one contributors to a more aged appearance are stained and dark teeth. Although with time our teeth do get a bit darker naturally, there are certain things that can speed up the staining process. While the most obvious cause of teeth staining is smoking, the consumption of a variety of foods and drinks (soda, spicy food, coffee, etc.) can provide just as much of a disservice to your smile.

Luckily in the modern age the advanced teeth whitening technology has enabled dentists to whiten teeth without adversely affecting the tooth structure.

In-office whitening is the most efficient means of whitening. While there are several ways to professionally bleach your teeth for a whiter smile, one of the most trusted brands in teeth whitening is Zoom! By offering same-day teeth bleaching with Zoom! we help patients see brighter smiles in just one quick office visit.


Why Dental Implants Right for You

Dental implants are a long haul arrangement compared to other treatments. Conventional, tooth-upheld dental bridges just last five to seven years, and only with legitimate care over sometimes 10 years, yet sooner or later they must be supplanted. While dental implants may require occasional maintenance, they can last and serve their purpose forever.

Dental implants are the next best thing to your natural teeth. Solid and stable, a dental implant restores a lost tooth with the goal that it feels, looks, and fits like your normal tooth. Other alternatives can prompt jaw bone decay, and may meddle with eating, grinning, talking and other activities in your regular daily existence.

Another very important advantage of dental implants, especially for all the ladies out there, is that they ultimately contribute to your overall facial structure staying younger. A face without teeth begins to droop and seems depressed and dismal. Dental implants permit you to keep up more natural and youthful state of your face and smile.

And lastly, with dental implants in place you can forget about all the dental related worries and stop agonizing over your teeth! No compelling reason to hide at home or feel uncomfortable showing your smile. No more stressing that missing teeth will restrict your capacity to participate in the fun activities or that removable dentures will become loose and drop out when you eat or talk.

Teeth replaced with dental implants are teeth that let YOU, not your teeth, lead your life.

Choosing the Right Cosmetic Dentist

When picking the right Cosmetic Dental Specialist you should do your research very diligently. The initial step may well be distinguishing where you believe a corrective dental change needs to happen. The second step is of course recognizing the dental specialist to do it and after that asking the right questions. Most cosmetic dentists will be glad to let you know about their experience in the field and show you photographs of other patient cases. It’s very important to be extra careful at this stage and pay attention to every detail.

A full smile investigation or “smile analysis” is a great place to begin that journey to your ultimate beauty goal. There are several elements that make up what leads to that Perfect Smile as an end result. When your lips part, the show that goes on display is not just that set of chompers. Several aspects such as coloration, shapes and sizes, upper to lower jaw relations, gum line and gum health, overall teeth alignment, spacing and bite.

Keep in mind that a true cosmetic professional will always consider and evaluate your smile within the larger context which is your whole face, including eyes, lips, skin and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. That is why there’s no such thing as a perfect universal set of teeth for everyone, every little aspect of one’s face is unique and a small transformation in one area can lead to a major change in the overall appearance.

Always remember that your dentist is interested in getting the best possible aesthetic result while catering to your needs, so a lot of the times corrective dental change may require the education, aptitudes and joined experience of a whole dental group particularly if you are looking for more of a radical smile makeover.

The Magic of Cosmetic Dentistry

Do you believe that having a gorgeous smile can enhance your appearance and upgrade your social life? According to a survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, somewhere in the range 96% of participants or more concurred that it can. It’s important to mention that around 60% of individuals studied, additionally reported that they weren’t happy about the present appearance of their smiles. Yet, they could be if they explore the advantages of cosmetic dentistry!

There is a very big range of cosmetic services accessible today that can totally change the way you feel about the appearance of your smile. From simple whitening, repairing chipped teeth and closing gaps, to changing how much of your gum line shows when you smile – the possibilities are really endless! In case you feel your smile is due for a makeover — at any age — do not hesitate to let your dentist help you get the smile you’ve always longed for.

Getting the best results from your cosmetic procedures would require a collaboration between you and the clinical staff. It’s vital to communicate transparently about your vision and desires, and to have an understanding about the procedures beforehand. It all begins with a careful dental exam, to ensure any potential issues are found early.

Next time you visit your dentist talk to them about cosmetic procedures and find out your options.

Cosmetic Enhancements at The Dentist

Long before Botox injections were used for cosmetic treatments, they were used for medical purposes. As a therapeutic tool, Botox is an essential part of dental implant therapy and TMJ treatment.

Sometimes Botox can also be used by dentists to augment dental procedures designed to improve the appearance. Injections of Botox, for example, can lift the corners of the mouth corner, smooth wrinkles, and enhance the smile line. “Dentists have more training and knowledge of oral and oral-facial areas than any other healthcare professional,” says Dr. Malecki of Boston Dental. “They have comprehensive knowledge of facial muscle expressions, are the most experienced practitioner for giving intra oral injections, and consider dental proportions before augmentation for ideal results.”

Also Botox specialists at Boston Dental can help relieve painful conditions triggered by problematic muscles that cause involuntary muscle clenching and facial tics. Come by the dental office for cosmetic or therapeutic Botox therapy alone or in combination with your restorative treatment.

Taking Years Off Your Face

As people age they often think about fixing wrinkles and sags, but don’t think much about how their mouth is aging them. Problems, such as crowding, discoloration, and worn tooth surfaces can also make you look older than you really are. Today the technology is helping dentists make improvements that weren’t possible in the past.

According to Dr. Maged Malecki the owner of Boston Dental, dental procedures can actually shave years off your appearance if done properly. We have entered a new era of cosmetic dentistry — anti-aging dentistry. A healthy, beautiful smile is a minimally invasive way to rejuvenate your look. Porcelain veneers, orthodontics, and ceramic crowns transform your facial features and smile. Changing the color, shape, and size of your teeth can brighten your smile, diminish the appearance of wrinkles around your mouth, and plump up your lips.

The ageing process can be greatly accelerated by tooth loss, causing the corners of the mouth to turn down, wrinkles around the mouth, and thinning of lips. Dr. Malecki insists that dental implants preserve bone and help maintain facial tone, smooth mouth wrinkles, resulting in a fuller jaw and lip line, and a more attractive, balanced face.

Straightening teeth can also bring back a youthful appearance.“When teeth are in the right position they fill out the volume of the face, which gives a more youthful appearance,” says Boston Dental’s orthodontist, Dr. Sara Ghassemi. “Changing the position of the upper front teeth greatly influences the smile and provides support to the upper lip, restoring a more permanent fullness.”

The Perfect Smile for You

A perfect smile is as unique as the person that it belongs to, so achieving the perfect smile requires personalized attention, an understanding of facial and dental aesthetics and the ability to design and create it. In the perfect smile, there is harmony between the smile, facial form and the personality of each patient. Skilled cosmetic dentists strive to achieve an aesthetically pleasing balance when creating the perfect smile.

The size and shape of the lips, gums, teeth and face are all involved when creating a perfect smile. Attractive ratios are the most importance. The width of the smile should be at least half the width of the face. The upper and lower lips should be symmetrical on either side of the mid-line of the face. The top teeth should be dominant, and a small portion of the bottom teeth should show. All of the visible teeth should be straight.

A bright, white smile is great, as long as the smile looks completely natural and, the gums should be pink, which is how healthy gums look naturally.


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