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Should You Get a Snap-On Smile?

Snap-On Smile is a patented non-invasive technique for achieving a quick and beautiful smile. Snap-On Smile is made of strong and lightweight resin and is designed to fit comfortably right over your natural teeth. Is this quick-fix right for you?

Perhaps you have stained or chipped teeth, crooked or short teeth, or teeth that are missing altogether. You would like to have a Hollywood-caliber smile, but something inevitably gets in the way of having the smile of your dreams.

Maybe you are looking forward to an important event but don’t have the time to pursue major treatment. Some people have had experiences at the dentist’s office that left them with a negative impression of dental treatment.

How does Snap-On Smile address these issues?

In only two visits, you can leave with your natural teeth intact, and a gorgeous smile on top of them. At the first visit, the dentist will take impressions of your teeth and bite, and you can select the color and design you like best.

At the second appointment, you get to try on and leave with your new smile! No needles, no drilling, and no loss to your existing teeth.

Of course, if your teeth are suffering from the effects of decay, restorative treatment will be needed to prevent further damage. In the meantime, however, a Snap-On Smile can give you the confidence to show off your lovely new smile for that class reunion or special wedding day.

Snap-On Smile can be worn all day long, even while eating. Don’t neglect to care for your natural teeth, however.

Ask your dentist today how a Snap-On Smile can change your outlook on life!

Posted on behalf of:
Kennesaw Mountain Dental Associates
1815 Old 41 Hwy NW #310
Kennesaw, GA 30152
(770) 927-7751

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