Botox is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the country, and for good reason - it offers effective, moderately long-lasting wrinkle elimination with relatively few side effects and risks. Botox can be injected near the mouth, chin, neck, forehead creases and crow's feet (the wrinkles that fan out on the corner of your eyes).
How do celebrities get those bright, white, Chicklet-esque chompers? In most cases, it's not from their gene pool—it's from veneers, custom-designed tooth covers. Veneers can permanently cover stains, chips, cracks, and whatever else (for the most part) aesthetically ails your teeth. The coverings can be made from porcelain or resin, though the former is more durable.
A white, bright smile is the centerpiece of any happy face. Teeth bleaching uses hydrogen peroxide (or its cousin carbamide peroxide) to break down stains and make teeth shine. The best candidate for in-office teeth bleaching are those who suffer from a smile that has become yellowed or grayed due to various social habits, like smoking or a nightly Merlot. Genetically stained teeth may require a more aggressive teeth whitening procedure.