How to Get rid of your Pointy Teeth

Published: 14th January 2010
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There was a time when people hated pointy teeth. Avril Lavigne, for one, was so self-conscious of her 'fangs' that she had it filed with a specialist dentist to make it less pointy. But now, with Edward Cullen and his brood invading not only the silver screens but every girl's dream, fangs gained instant popularity. Who would not love to have a hot vampire boyfriend, with fangs, dark look and all?

Seriously though, pointy teeth are a problem to most people, especially those who want to look attractive. Imagine finally meeting the woman you like, you go over your pickup line, make eye contact, and then what? Of course, you smile. There's nothing sexier than a man who has a dazzling smile to boot. But pointy teeth can make that winning smile a million miles behind.

The good news is, cosmetic dentistry has several ways to help get rid of that fangs. This includes veneers, reshaping, and contouring. Veneers can cover the pointy teeth to enhance its appearance; contours can fill in gaps and chips to reduce the teeth's pointy appearance; and reshaping can make the teeth appear more round. Only your specialist dentist can help you reshape your teeth without causing health risks; hence, it's best to consult with your dentist before getting that enhancement.

But of course, your new, less pointy teeth won't be too glamorous if you won't extend proper care and maintenance to it. As always, regular brushing and flossing is required. And if you like tea and coffee, you might want to reduce its intake to lessen teeth stain and discoloration. Keep in mind that no amount of bleaching or brushing will remove the stain. So, you might want to keep caffeine intake to a minimum.

Likewise, smoking is a big no-no when it comes to teeth care. Nicotine can also stain the teeth, not to mention affect your overall health. Keep in mind that when it comes to your new teeth, maintaining good oral hygiene means a happy and bright smile.

So, get that girl on the dance floor to notice you. Flash up your dazzling new smile without the pointy fangs, but remember not to overdo teeth enhancement. Don't get your teeth to light up the club and act like a strobe light. Talk with your specialist dentist to determine the best care for your new, rounded teeth.

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