Smile Make-Over

Some people are blessed with "perfect teeth," meaning that their teeth are healthy, strong, straight, sparkling white, and don't hurt.

And then there are the rest of us.

Lots of people have no "major" dental problems, but wish they had better smiles when they look in the mirror. Maybe their teeth are a little crooked; maybe there are a few chips here or there or some ugly, old, worn fillings; or maybe their teeth have become discolored and yellowed because of age, smoking, or because they used certain medications like tetracycline.

Some people are okay with this. As long as their teeth are healthy and don't hurt, they really don't care if they're yellow. But for many others, cosmetic dental problems can be socially crippling. Many people are so embarrassed about the appearance of their teeth that they're afraid to smile and cover their mouths when they talk. That's a shame, because modern dentistry can correct these problems through a process that we call the Smile Makeover.

What is a Smile Makeover?

A smile makeover is a personalized treatment program designed to improve the appearance of a person's teeth. What it involves is different for every person, because every person has their own unique dental problems and issues. But a Smile Makeover can include one or several of the following procedures:

  • Correction of basic dental problems (filling cavities, etc.).
  • Correction of tooth alignment and spacing problems through the uses of orthodontic techniques such as braces or Invisalign.
  • Replacement of missing teeth by bridges, dental implants, or partial plates.
  • Repair of cracks, chips, and worn teeth.
  • Replacement of old metal fillings with new, tooth-colored composite materials.
  • Correction of tooth length problems or "gummy smiles" through the use of dental crowns.
  • The use of dental veneers to correct problems with the visible surfaces of the teeth, such as worn enamel.
  • Tooth whitening to improve the appearance of teeth that are healthy, but which have become yellowed or discolored.

Okay, don't be afraid. The above list is exhaustive, and most people only need a few of the procedures listed. What's important to know is that no matter what condition your teeth are in, modern dentistry has solutions that can improve their appearance and give you a more beautiful smile.

Don't live life afraid to let others see you smile Contact us today for a prompt, professional consultation with one of our highly-skilled cosmetic dentists to learn what we can do to give you the beautiful smile you've always wanted to have.