Enameloplasty (known as tooth reshaping or odontoplasty) is a procedure in which small amounts of tooth enamel are removed to change a tooth’s length, shape, or surface. It is also called tooth recontouring, teeth reshaping, stripping, or slenderizing.
What is an Enameloplasty?
The treatment is also sometimes called odontoplasty, and is also applied in remodeling porcelain or composite resin materials for crowns and fillings.
Who Needs Enameloplasty?
How does Enameloplasty contribute to good oral health?
Is it safe not to have Enameloplasty treatment?
As I mentioned earlier on, enameloplasty (known as tooth reshaping or odontoplasty) is important for overall health. If teeth alignment is left to decay, it can affect not only oral health but also physical and mental health. Having dental treatment to re-contour the teeth reduces the risk of dental problems and ill health in general.