Crooked Teeth Clearwater, FL

Do you want to straighten crooked teeth? Are you looking for an alternative to traditional metal braces? Dr. Natasha Radosavljevic offers dental procedures that target crooked teeth in her Clearwater, Florida office. Dental veneers, tooth bonding, and Invisalign treatment are modern methods of achieving a straighter smile. Invisalign clear aligners gradually straighten teeth over time for a balanced end-result. However, if you only have slightly crooked teeth and want the appearance of a straighter smile quickly, tooth bonding or dental veneer treatment may be right for you. Learn more about these treatments as well as the benefits they offer patients below.

Crooked Teeth Clearwater, FL

Tooth Bonding

A dental bonding treatment can be completed in one visit to our Clearwater, FL office. During treatment, Dr. Rados sculpts and cures a tooth-colored material onto prepared enamel. Tooth bonding material not only matches natural teeth but can cover slightly crooked or damaged teeth.

Dental Veneers

Tooth veneers are bonded over minorly crooked teeth. Because we utilize veneers that are crafted from porcelain ceramic, they are stain-resistant and long-lasting. When compared to dental bonding, veneers are a more natural-looking treatment. Dental veneers provide a more balanced and straighter look to your smile.

Invisalign

Invisalign gradually straightens crooked and overcrowded teeth. This more discreet alternative to traditional metal braces can treat mild or moderate orthodontic issues. Clear Invisalign aligners are worn at least 22 hours a day but can be easily removed to eat or brush and floss teeth. Your particular treatment time will vary depending on the severity of your crooked teeth. Patients who require a bite adjustment may also have a longer treatment time.

Schedule a Consultation

Do you want to improve the aesthetics of crooked teeth? Request a consultation with Dr. Rados online or call 727.360.4302. Feel free to ask Dr. Rados any questions you may have about treatment at your primary consultation. She will be happy to help you.

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