Cosmetic dentistry refers to any dental work that improves the appearance of gums or teeth. It focuses on improving dental aesthetics in size, shape, color, position, and alignment. It involves the addition of dental materials such as porcelain veneers, gum grafts, crowns, and bonding to gums or teeth, removal of teeth structure and gums through procedures such as enameloplasty, gingivectomy, teeth whitening, gum depigmentation, laser whitening, and teeth straightening. Laser whitening is more effective as compared to other procedures for teeth whitening. Bonding in cosmetic dentistry involves the adhesion of a dentistry material onto both surfaces of the tooth, which is then sculpted, hardened, and polished. Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. Bridge, which is made up of abutments can consist of over 3 teeth in total and the average life of bridges is 10 years. Veneers are custom made ultra-thin porcelain laminates that are bonded directly to the teeth. They are used for enhancing the shape, closing gaps, and changing color of teeth. Dental implants are replacement for missing teeth and it consists of three parts, namely implant devices made up of titanium, abutment, and a dental crown that is connected to the implant through the abutment. Gum lift, which raises and sculpts the gum line reshape the tissue and the under lying bones to improve the appearance of the teeth.