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What is a Smile Makeover?

Smile makeovers aren’t just for the Movie Stars anymore. Just about anyone can consider various aspects of smile makeovers to enhance the natural appearance of their teeth. The process ranges from simple, affordable procedures to a complete overhaul on every tooth in your mouth – the options are limitless!

Your smile makeover starts with an initial consultation and an exam with your cosmetic dentist. Together you will discuss what aspects of your smile that you want to improve and what you would like to remain the same. For instance, you may like the color of your teeth but not like the shapes of your teeth. Or you may like how straight your teeth are, but have a tooth that looks crooked.

The next step is to formulate a treatment plan. Your personal treatment plan will include options that will address your aesthetic concerns as well as your budget. One person’s plan might include teeth whitening trays and then 6 porcelain veneers; another person may opt to select gingival recontouring with composite bonding. There is no right or wrong way to go about your smile makeover – it is truly whatever you want it to be. Your dentist will help you select the best options as they relate to your aesthetic and budget concerns.

Chances are you have several options when it comes to improving the way your smile looks. Why wait another day when you can get the answers that you need after just one visit with your dentist? Call today to schedule your exam and cosmetic smile evaluation to learn more about the process and appointment procedures needed.

Posted on behalf of:
Gilreath Dental Associates
200 White St NW
Marietta, GA 30060
(770) 514-1224

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