· How is it done?
How is it done?
Enamel reshaping is a process of contouring natural teeth to improve their over all appearance. When teeth are slightly crowded or uneven, or when eyeteeth appear too long, enamel reshaping may be used to correct the flaw. Enamel reshaping involves modifying teeth by removing or contouring enamel to create harmony and balance in the mouth. This more conservative process cannot solve all problems though. Crowded teeth may need braces. If so, your dentist may provide treatment, or refer you to a specialist in orthodontics. Enamel reshaping, which is often combined with bonding, is usually quick and painless. No anesthesia is necessary when reshaping the enamel, and the results can be seen immediately. It should be approached with caution, however, because enamel cannot be replaced.
· May experience some sensitivity
· May feel a little rough for a while
· Avoid tea, coffee and tobacco ..
· Floss, brush, and regular visits to the denti