Have you thought about having cosmetic dental treatment, but wonder what it would look like on you – instead of on the faces of other people? What if you want to compare different types of cosmetic treatments? How will they impact the end results when it comes to your new smlie? For the best answer possible, you should consider having a virtual smile makeover.
A virtual makeover uses state of the art dental software. Your dentist will take a picture of you and create a virtual profile. Then, both of you will discuss what aspects you like, or don’t like, about your smile, while analyzing your photo on the computer screen.
As you assess your smile, you can discuss the benefits of cosmetic treatments like whitening, bonding, veneers or porcelain crowns. Maybe even braces. Your dentist can put this selection into the software, and create a virtual mock-up of what your treatment would look like once it is completed.
Compare options like veneers, whitening with braces, or just crowning a tooth. When you compare your options back and forth against one another, it’s easier to choose the best one with a picture in front of you. Compare one against the other to see which one you like best. You can even print one or two of them to take home if you want to get your family member or friend’s opinions.
Once you choose the look that you want, your dentist will create a customized treatment plan. This plan will outline the steps needed to complete the treatment, how many appointments are necessary, and the financial details. This includes your insurance information as well as a review of financing options that are available.
Are you ready to get started?
Posted on behalf of:
Mitzi Morris, DMD, PC
1295 Hembree Rd B202
Roswell, GA 30076
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