What Smile Makeover Procedures Fix Crooked Teeth?

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Many people are dissatisfied with the appearance of their teeth. Fortunately, there are many different procedures and treatments that can fix misalignment issues. At Byers Station Dental in Chester Springs PA, our team works to create full customized smile makeovers. To find out the best option to fix your smile, schedule a consultation today at Byers Station Dental in Chester Springs, PA.

Due to the growing number of procedures designed to help fix crooked teeth, you might be wondering what procedures are the best fit for you. Between veneers, dental bonding, and others, the options to fix your smile are virtually endless. Many men and women wonder, what do many of them mean?

What is a smile makeover?

A smile makeover is a treatment plan tailored specifically for you. Using a mixture of restorative and cosmetic dentistry, our expert team can completely revamp your smile. Smile makeovers are for anyone who feels uncertain with their smile. There are many reasons for wanting a makeover, including:

  • Gapped teeth

  • Yellowed or stained teeth or enamel

  • Broken or decayed teeth

  • Missing teeth

  • Crooked or uneven teeth

A smile makeover can improve the overall look and health of your teeth. If you are wondering what we can do for you and your smile, let us answer your questions during a consultation at Byers Station Dental.

What procedures are included in a smile makeover?

A smile makeover can include many procedures that help to make your smile the one you have always wanted. These procedures include teeth whitening treatments and teeth straightening methods. Methods to achieve straighter and more uniform teeth include:

  • Porcelain veneers

  • Dental bonding/contouring

  • LumineersĀ®

All of these procedures can help to adjust your crooked teeth so that you can achieve your desired smile.

Porcelain veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin restorations for your teeth, and they are a great option if your teeth are only slightly crooked. If there are no major problems with your bite or oral health, then veneers are a long-lasting way to get straighter, whiter, and more natural teeth. Veneers bond to the front of your tooth, giving the appearance of even teeth without any major reconstructive procedures. At Byers Station Dental, our team designs custom veneers to help fix the size, shape, and length of your teeth to get the smile you crave.

Dental Bonding/Contouring

In dental bonding, a resin the same color as your teeth is applied to the surface and then shaped to create your new smile. After the desired shape is achieved, the resin is set to give you your new smile. This procedure is less durable than veneers, but they are a good option if you have small problems, like gapped, chipped, cracked, or crooked teeth. Since this procedure does not take as much prep work and is less durable, dental bonding might not last as long as other procedures, such as porcelain veneers.


Lumineers are the premier choice in dental veneers. Their thin design, about 0.2 mm, allows them to be placed without losing any tooth formation. These veneers look more natural than almost any others on the market. Lumineers take less time to prepare than traditional veneers, and they can be removed with little damage to your teeth. Veneers cover stains, chipped teeth, and multiple other concerns about your smile. Lumineers are usually applied in pairs to help keep your smile balanced.

Where can I find out more about smile makeovers?

There are countless ways to fix your crooked or misshapen teeth. At Byers Station Dental, our expert team has multiple ways we can help transform your teeth into the perfect smile. Whether through veneers, dental bonding, or Lumineers, we have an option for you. Byers Station Dental serves patients from the Chester Springs, Byers, Ludwigs Corner, Eagle, Lionville, and Exton, PA areas. Contact Byers Station Dental today for a complete consultation on a smile makeover.

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