Healthy Mouth Tips

If you have a number of problems with your teeth and you are unhappy with your smile, you may have thought that the work you needed went beyond just cosmetic dentistry. Perhaps you not only have a smile that embarrasses you, but you might be feeling discomfort or dealing with missing teeth and other issues. This is where a smile makeover comes into the picture.

If you have a number of problems with your mouth and smile, talk to Dr. Kenneth Cho, your cosmetic dentist in La Habra, CA, about how a smile makeover might be just what you need to have a smile that looks good—and works well.

What Might Be Included in a Smile Makeover

Dr, Cho might recommend a combination of treatments for your smile makeover. Smile makeovers might include any combination of the following:

  • Dental veneers. Celebrities use dental veneers to camouflage many cosmetic dental issues, and these thin porcelain shells that fit over the front of your teeth can give you a Hollywood-worthy smile.
  • Dental onlays. If you don’t need a full crown, an onlay will fit over the top of your tooth so the damage is fixed and the original tooth structure is kept intact.
  • Dental implants. Dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth. They look a lot like your natural teeth, and because the implant embeds with the jawbone, they are completely stable.
  • Tooth-colored fillings. Unlike the old metal amalgam fillings that used to be common, today’s tooth-colored fillings are a cosmetically pleasing way to repair teeth—even in the front of the mouth.
  • Partial or complete dentures. Unlike the fake-looking dentures of yesterday, today’s modern dentures look more natural and are more reliable than ever before.
  • Ceramic crowns. When teeth are weakened or damaged, or oddly shaped or discolored, a ceramic crown will fit right over the tooth. Crowns look and function just like your natural tooth.

 

Have You Thought About Getting a Smile Makeover?

Give us a call today to find out how you can achieve your best smile! Talk to Dr. Kenneth Cho, your cosmetic dentist in La Habra, CA, today.

Reviews

2 months ago

Look No Further!

I have been going to Dr. Cho Dentistry for over 20 years since I was a teenager, and now I take my whole family there. The staff is great and Dr. Cho is a true professional. Highly recommended!

2 months ago

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Great staff. Clean office. Dr. Cho his gentle and explains everything well. You actually won't mind going to the dentist!

a year ago

Simply the Best

As always I have the best experience at my dentists office!! Thank you 😊

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a month ago

Finally, Honest Dentist in La Habra, CA

Dr. Cho is an excellent dentist and he is very precise while executing dental procedures. The entire staff is very caring and professional.

Gamaliel Hernandez

2 days ago

Excellent Staff

Awesome, awesome. Dr. Kenneth and professional staff makes sure you’re taken care of. Highly recommend to have you’re dental needs done by Dr. Kenneth.

Terry Rocha

7 days ago

Thank you Dr. Cho!

Friendly staff Love coming here truly recommend this dentist I have no pain after I leave . very clean Love going to the dentist and having my teeth cleaned

Lindsay Weatherford

4 months ago

Great Office!

Dr. Cho has been my dentist for about a year, after my family and I relocated to the area last year. Very recently I experienced tremendous tooth pain in one of my back molars. I called the office a...

Veronica Ramírez

a month ago

Dr. Cho is Awesome

New patient for examination and cleaning: Arrived early 11:48 am for 12:00pm appointment, had paperwork filled out by 12:01, called to the back at 12:16. Had full x- rays, photographs -in my opinion unnecessary - and a panoramic x-ray - which was a bad image as the bottom half of the image was obstructed by the lead apron. The dentist exam included deep poking of gums to check for gum pockets, heavy hands noted toward the back teeth which resulted in bleeding - I brush and floss regularly and never bleed from flossing, however, dentist recommendation was “gum treatment, ” which is essentially a deep cleaning under local anesthesia in all 4 quadrants, this is not fully covered by the insurance, I was quoted $600 out of pocket. I declined stating “I will not pay that.” The regular cleaning was not performed as I declined the deep cleaning, no other option. Just felt like the deep cleaning should be reserved for people with symptomatic gum disease, including symptoms such as bleeding or red gums - both of which I do not experience. I’m definitely getting a second opinion and recommend always getting a second opinion if a dentist readily “recommends” a “gum treatment” on the very first visit, which may be unnecessary and lead to unwarranted invasive treatment with possible complications.

John H.

7 days ago

We Love Dr. Cho

Great Dentist!

Lisa W., Patient

Great personal care

Dr. Kenneth Cho is a dentist that we trust. My family and I have been going to his office for 20+ years. He was the first dentist for both of my children (now collage age), and they still go to him. He can take care of every need for oral health including braces. No need to go from place to place, and everyone in the office is friendly and helpful.

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