Welcome to the Back to Smile Dental Grants , where you can submit an application to be considered as a candidate for financial aid for cosmetic dentistry treatment plans including implants, bridges, or a smile makeover.
Anyone who wants to restore confidence to their smile and improve their dental health can apply for a Back to Smile Dental Grant without cost. An applicant just needs to show that their mouth is healthy enough to support the kind of cosmetic dental care they want to have in order to be eligible for consideration for a Back to Smile Dental Grant. You receive a free oral health assessment (x-ray costs may apply) from a Certified Dental Practitioner in your area to ascertain your candidacy.
The dentist will recommend you for inclusion in the Back to Smile Dental Grant Program after completing your oral health assessment when all basic dentistry has been completed by the participating dentists and assuming you are a good candidate for a cosmetic procedure and implant. The dentist will also give you a treatment plan that will help you get the results you want.
An artificial tooth root known as a dental implant is used in dentistry to support restorations that look like a tooth or set of teeth. Crowns, implant-supported bridges, and dentures are just a few of the dental prostheses that can be supported by dental implants.
The most frequent cosmetic dentistry treatment is whitening, sometimes known as “tooth bleaching.” Even though there are now many whitening choices, dentist-supervised treatments are still the best ways to whiten stained teeth.
Veneers are porcelain laminates that are extremely thin, customized, and permanently glued to the teeth. They are a choice for covering up stained teeth that don’t respond well to whitening methods or covering up gaps in the teeth.
Pontics, which are fake teeth used in dental bridges, are attached between two porcelain crowns to cover the space created by missing teeth. The two crowns that are affixed to your teeth on either side of the fake tooth to keep it in place. It is referred to as a permanent bridge. One or more missing teeth can be replaced with this process. Fixed bridges cannot be removed from the mouth like removable partial dentures may. A cantilever bridge may be used in sections of your mouth that are less stressed, such as your front teeth.
A crown is a kind of dental treatment that fully covers or encircles a tooth or dental implant. It is normally cemented to the tooth with dental cement. Many different materials can be used to make crowns, and indirect fabrication techniques are typically used. Crowns are frequently used to increase the durability or aesthetic appeal of teeth.
Dentures are detachable dental prosthetics that can help you smile again by replacing missing teeth. Whether due to gum disease, dental rot, or an accident, replacing missing teeth will improve both your appearance and your health if you’ve lost all of your natural teeth. This is due to the fact that wearing dentures makes it simpler to eat and speak than you would be able to do without teeth—tasks that many people take for granted. Your face muscles may sag after tooth loss, making you appear older. Your face and profile may look fuller if you wear dentures. To minimize changes to your look, they can be fashioned to closely mimic your actual teeth. Your smile may even look better if you wear dentures.