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When It Comes to Your Smile, Looks Matter More Than You Think

If your teeth feel fine and you don’t really care about how they look, then why bother with cosmetic dentistry? You might be surprised to learn that there’s far more to a gorgeous smile than meets the eye.

Why We’re Drawn to Beautiful Smiles

A good-looking smile is a wonderful accessory, but it’s not a superficial one. Everyone likes to see a set of nice teeth because they convey a message of health, youth, and confidence.

Damaged, stained, or missing teeth can suggest that you don’t take yourself seriously enough to look after your health (even if that’s not truly the case.)

Beautiful Teeth Equal Healthy Teeth

It’s impossible to have a stunning smile while suffering from serious oral health problems. You’re not likely to meet a dentist who’s willing to whiten teeth that are just hanging on by a thread. The good thing about getting cosmetic dental treatment is that you’ll first get to do your part in treating any underlying problems before you pursue aesthetic procedures.

Keep Your Smile Looking Great!

What kind of cosmetic dental treatments are out there? A few popular types include:

  • Dental crowns
  • Teeth bleaching
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Implants
  • Composite bonding

There’s room for variation when it comes to designing a beautiful smile. For some people, perfectly-straight white teeth are the only way they’ll feel confident. Others don’t find that kind of look “natural.”

Happily, beautiful teeth come in a range of colors, shapes, and sizes. The most important thing for you is that your teeth are healthy. Stay alert to cosmetic changes that may signal oral health problems and visit your dentist regularly for checkups.

To learn more about smile enhancement options, contact a cosmetic dentist.

Posted on behalf of:
Gwinnett Family Dental Care
3455 Lawrenceville Hwy
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
(770) 921-1115

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