A beautiful smile can light up a room and make any person look confident and attractive. Unfortunately, as we age, our smile eventually loses its luster. Even if you have a sunny personality, your smile won’t be able to reflect this if your teeth are damaged, discolored or misaligned. You need a smile makeover and here at Lifetime Dental, we can give you exactly what you need.
What is a Smile Makeover?
A smile makeover is performed by a qualified dentist. It’s a complete overhaul of your teeth and face so that any imperfections can be hidden or eliminated. We use 3D technology to design a brand new smile for each of our patients and the computerized graphics will let you see what your teeth will look like even before we begin the procedure.
Some of the techniques involved in a smile makeover are:
- Teeth whitening
- Porcelain veneers
- Dental crowns
- Cosmetic gum lifts
- Teeth extraction
Benefits of a Smile Makeover
First and foremost, a makeover can lead to improvements in your mental, social and emotional well-being. You will feel more self-confident because you don’t have to keep hiding your teeth due to their obvious flaws. Whether you’re out with friends, having dinner with a special someone, or meeting a client, you’ll feel more confident every time you speak because you know you have great-looking teeth.
But aside from these benefits, a smile makeover also has health benefits. If you have chipped, broken or missing teeth, it can affect the way you chew your food. There will also be certain foods you won’t be able to eat. Some food particles can even get stuck in the cracks within your teeth which can lead to tooth decay.
After your smile makeover, you will no longer have to deal with these issues. You’ll look younger, boost your self-confidence and protect your oral health.
A makeover may require several weeks to several months to be completed, however if the problems are minimal, it can be done in just one visit to our office.
If you’re ready to improve your smile, call Lifetime Dental at (909) 483-0812 to schedule an appointment.