Dental Tips Blog

Feb
6

Virtual Smile Makeovers Before Treatment

Thanks to advancements in computer technology and dental treatments, now it’s possible to have a virtual smile makeover in just a few seconds! With just a simple digital photograph taken by your dentist, you can quickly and easily see what it would be like to change your smile through treatments including:

  • Dental implants
  • Whitening
  • Veneers
  • Composite bonding

…And more!

Using the specialized dental software, your dentist can add a variety of different “virtual treatments” to your digital photo. Including replacing missing or broken teeth, the teeth can also be adjusted in size, shape and color. Compare one size and shade of tooth to another, so that you know exactly what you want your treatment to look like. Once the finalized digital makeover is complete, print the before and after photos out to bring them home and discuss them with your family and friends.

Knowing what to expect from your smile treatment will help you feel more confident moving forward with your makeover. You and your dentist can discuss which options can accomplish the results that you want in the budget that you need. If you’ve wanted to change your smile but were too embarrassed to ask your dentist what options are available, ask your dentist for a virtual makeover. Thanks to the convenience of use and quick digital effects, you can have a wealth of questions answered with a single picture. When you’re ready to start your treatment, ask your dentist for a step-by-step treatment plan that will give you a real life smile that you can look great in every single day.

Add youth and confidence back to your smile. Explore a smile makeover with just the touch of a button during your next dental visit.

Posted on behalf of:
Carolina Comfort Dental
5511 Raeford Rd #255
Fayetteville, NC 28304
(910) 485-0023

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