Are You Interested in a Smile Makeover?

Are you thinking of getting a smile makeover? When a smile reflects a person’s desired image, confidence and a positive sense of self increase. For many people, reworking their smile is an investment that is well worth it. Consider the following questions before looking into a smile makeover.

Is the smile unbalanced? Heavy gum to teeth ratios or misaligned teeth can be a cause of stress and anxiety.

How does the smile line add up? A smile line is the imaginary curved line that follows the upper teeth. In an ideal smile, this line will match up with the curve of the lower lip.

Are any teeth missing or broken? Sometimes a single tooth is all that stands in the way of the perfect smile. A smile makeover can address problem teeth and bring them into line with the rest of the smile.

What is a smile makeover?

A smile makeover is a general term for a wide range of cosmetic dentistry procedures designed to enhance a person’s smile. And unlike traditional makeovers, smile makeovers that are well-maintained last a lifetime.

A smile makeover is an entirely customizable experience. No two patients are ever the same. A cosmetic dentist will work with technicians to customize each smile makeover procedure every step of the way.

What a cosmetic dentist will consider

Before recommending any procedures, a cosmetic dentist will take into account several factors. The first of these is face shape. Which procedures are recommended depends on the chin and cheek shape.

A cosmetic dentist will create previews of the smile makeover results that will be used to test out different shades and shapes of teeth before the procedure begins so that they blend well with the person's overall appearance.

Smile makeover options

Many procedures are available as smile makeover options. Some procedures are relatively inexpensive and unobtrusive, such as teeth whitening. Other procedures are more in-depth and may take longer to complete, such as orthodontic work.

One of the most common smile makeover procedures is the process of placing veneers. Veneers, or their similar counterpart Lumineers, are a fast way to get a Hollywood-ready smile. With veneers, composite materials are used to create a strong, natural-looking tooth shell. This structure is then sealed to the front of a prepared tooth, giving the tooth a new appearance. Veneers can be placed on as many teeth as necessary to create the perfect smile.

Reasons for a smile makeover

Why do people get smile makeovers? There can be many reasons. Smile makeovers can give someone a more youthful or sophisticated appearance. They can correct smile abnormalities like damaged teeth and may bring a person’s smile more in line with their face. Smile makeovers may be purely cosmetic, or there may be functional advantages like repairing broken or misaligned teeth.

Interested in a smile makeover?

A smile makeover should be done by a professional cosmetic dentist who can discuss all the options for getting the ideal smile.

Request an appointment here: https://www.ismileboca.com or call iSmile Dental - Dr. James Helmy at (561) 225-2054 for an appointment in our Boca Raton office.

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