Dental Tips Blog

Dec
30

The Flexibility of a Smile Makeover

Smile makeovers are one of the most unique and customizable treatments that your dentist has to offer. No two smile makeovers are ever alike! There are many things to consider when deciding whether or not to have a smile makeover, such as:

  • Budget
  • The changes that the patient wants to make
  • Health of the natural teeth
  • How quickly results are needed

Depending on what you would like to change, the treatment is tailored to your specific needs. For instance, if your teeth look uneven or rough along the edges, you might just have your dentist smooth them or perform a recontouring procedure. Both of these are fairly inexpensive. Or, you may opt to have a full set or porcelain veneers to create a dramatic smile that gives you night and day results in just a couple of visits. Cosmetic makeovers often include a combination of services like gum recontouring, bonding, replacement of fillings, whitening, porcelain crowns, implants, or even braces. The choice is really up to you and the recommendations of your dentist.

You’ll never know where your smile makeover will talk you until you’ve sat down to consult with your dentist. Talk to him or her openly and honestly about your goals, needs, and timeframe. In most cases your dentist will be able to present 2 or 3 different options to you based on those exact needs. You might even have the option to complete the treatment in phases, giving you results sooner rather than later. It’s really up to you! Talk to your dentist today about taking advantage of the chance to feel confident when you smile once again.

Posted on behalf of:
Rowe Family Dental Care
2320 Satellite Blvd NW #120
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 622-5909

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