Congratulations on your promotion. Your boss has been impressed with your work, and he is ready to start sending you out to see clients face-to-face.
Also, you will need to schedule an appointment with the communications staff so they can take a new picture for the company website and its social media accounts.
When you get home, your spouse is so excited. Another picture is a taken — a selfie — with a note about how proud your spouse is.
Once upon a time, all those photos would have bothered you but not since you went to Marineland Dental Care in Kennewick, WA. Every member of the staff was so nice, and they worked with you to create the smile you wanted with your dental veneers.
Back To The Present
Imagine the scenario we described above happening in your future. It could be in a few months. It could be a few years from now.
Either way, we wish you and all our patients good luck in your professional endeavors.
And yet, we know some of our patients are being held back. No, not by the systems or by a boss who doesn’t like them.
They are holding themselves back because they are not comfortable with their smiles. This affects their self-confidence, and it makes them hesitate to go after opportunities and to really show what they can do.
How can a dentist help with that? Cosmetic dentistry isn’t going to make you a better accountant, attorney, or architect.
However, it may help you feel more comfortable expressing yourself. It may help you feel more comfortable introducing yourself to potential clients, and it could help you speak about what you know and what you can.
It’s not anything magical, but it can result from a sense of self-confidence that comes through when you are comfortable with your smile.
The Advantages Of Dental Veneers
Veneers can completely transform your smile.
You’ve known someone who has renovated a room or you’ve seen the results of a building renovation. The end result is something that looks remarkably different on the solid foundation of what was already there.
Dental veneers are a great way to renovate your smile.
It’s a long-lasting service that can give you the smile that you’ve dreamed of seeing in the mirror.
In fact, take a moment to grab a piece of paper. Look at your teeth and write down anything that you would like to change. When you are finished keep reading. (We promise that we will be here when you are finished.)
Ready, now compare your list to the things that veneers can do:
➤ Make teeth look straight
➤ Fix teeth that are chipped or broken
➤ Restore teeth that are worn down
➤ Correct spacing issue, whether teeth are too crowded or have spaced between them
➤ Make teeth look white, bright, and clean
If you look at that list, you may be able to think of other services that can be used to fix one or maybe two of those issues at the same time.
Veneers can fix them all, and it can make all those changes simultaneously.
Let’s consider the issue of straight teeth for a moment. Most people agree that a smile looks nicer with straight teeth than with crooked teeth.
One way to straighten your teeth is with orthodontic treatment, which can take years to complete. Veneers can give you similar looking results in a matter of weeks, and you don’t to wear metal brackets on your teeth, either.
What about teeth whitening? Yes, professional teeth whitening products could be used to remove stains, but they don’t work on every stain. And sometimes teeth are discolored for reasons that have nothing to do with staining.
Regardless, veneers can be used to change your smile.
How To Get Veneers
First, you should schedule a consultation with our dentist in Kennewick, WA. He can examine your mouth and determine if you are a good candidate for veneers.
Assuming you are, you can make another appointment to start the process. We may need to remove a thin layer of enamel from the front of your teeth. This is to make an impression and to make room for your veneers.
Your composite veneers will be custom made to fit on your teeth, and they will be designed to give you a smile that is as straight and as bright as you would like it to be.
In a matter of weeks, your veneers can be bonded to the front of your teeth, and you can see for yourself how different your smile can look.