Dental Tips Blog

Jan
25

Snap-On Smile: A Fast Alternative to a Beautiful Smile

Have you always wanted a beautiful smile but you just didn’t think you could afford it?  Do you have missing, stained or crooked teeth?  Are you looking for a quick, painless method to improve your smile?  Look no further because Snap-On Smile is here!

Snap-On Smile is made out of a very strong yet thin resin material that “snaps on” over your teeth to give you a gorgeous new smile!  It was designed and created by a dentist who wanted to make a smile makeover more affordable.

What are some benefits of Snap-On Smile?

  • Painless
  • Affordable
  • Looks like natural teeth
  • Only takes two dental visits
  • Available for upper and lower teeth
  • Able to drink and eat while wearing Snap-On Smile
  • Comfortable
  • Removable
  • No drilling or numbing needed

Who would be a candidate for Snap-On Smile?

If you need to fix the way your teeth look – fast – then Snap on Smile may be a great option. Your dentist can use it to correct the appearance of teeth with gaps, missing teeth, or staining and discoloration.

What is the process for getting Snap-On Smile?

This process requires two visits to your dentist. First, you pick the shade and style of how you want your new smile to look. Next, an impression is taken of your teeth, and then three weeks later, you come back to your dentist to pick up your new “smile!”

Would you like to have a gorgeous, new smile without going through long dental procedures that are extensive and invasive?   Are you interested in getting a smile makeover within your budget?  If so, Snap-On Smile is the right choice for you!  If Snap-On Smile sounds appealing to you, contact your dentist to see if Snap-On Smile is a service they offer.

Posted on behalf of:
Gold Hill Dentistry
2848 Pleasant Road #104
Fort Mill, York County, South Carolina 29708
(803) 566-8055

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