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  • 1. How to Choose a GoodCosmetic Dentist
  • 2. Cosmetic dentistry is simply any dental practice designed to improve theappearance of your teeth, gums, or bite. The value of a flawless smile isdifficult to quantify, but if you feel you need cosmetic dentistry, you arelikely already aware of the impact your teeth have on your overallconfidence. So then, how do you choose a cosmetic dentist? Theunfortunate fact is that many dentists will identify as cosmeticCalgary Dentists, regardless of their specialty or experience, so youshould be sure to vet potential cosmetic dentists thoroughly.
  • 3. Patience PaysWhen looking for a cosmetic dentist, dontbe afraid to take your time. After all,cosmetic procedures are hardlyemergencies so you should have plentyof time to learn about your particularprocedure and possible dentists withexperience in that procedure. You caneven decide what types of techniques,materials, and procedures you are mostinterested in, as many cosmeticproblems can be solved with differentprocedures. You should arrange forconsultations with various dentists andask them about their expertise
  • 4. TrainingBefore choosing a cosmetic dentist, you should ensure that they aretrained accordingly. Generally speaking, you want to find a practitionerthat not only has the technical and artistic skill to achieve the bestresults, but one whose skill is supported by professional, post-graduate training in cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry is not amajor component of most dental schools, and many dentists rely onon-the-job training for cosmetic procedures. Obviously, you do notwant to be a test case, so ask your dentist not only about past post-graduate studies but also which courses s/he takes to keep on top ofthis rapidly changing field.