The Whitest Possible Smile

Your smile is far from perfect.

The last time you took a good, long look in the mirror, the only thing that was perfect was the clarity of your vision: Discolored, chipped, or outright worn down teeth greet you every time you gaze into the glass.

It’s been so long since your smile was free of these imperfections that you are beginning to forget what your smile used to look like before the problems started.

Sometimes it seems like it might be easier on your peace of mind if you did forget what your smile used to look like. At least that might offset that sense of loss and disappointment that nags at you.

As a result, you have been putting up with that embarrassment for a long, long time, so you’ve figured you might as well get used to what your smile has become. And at the same time, you have given up on what it could become, if only you believed there was something you could do.

There is no need to keep taking a backseat to the quality of your smile no matter how long it has caused you shame and discomfort. I need you to know this right upfront, because the number one thing that ruins most smiles isn’t disease, it’s the patient. For a variety of reasons, people can think they’re not worthy of treatment because they’ve grown used to settling for less, and that mindset prevents them – including you – from getting treatment when they need it.

I can give you a new smile despite the present state of your teeth that’s brighter, whiter, and healthier without need for painful and lengthy oral surgeries.

All I need from you is to realize that you’re worth such an improvement, and all of the benefits that come with it.

 

Polished Porcelain Veneers For The Ultimate Smile

 

Before we go any further, we should probably take an inventory of what, exactly, is wrong with your smile.

When you look in that mirror, check to see if you notice or experience any of the following

 

  • Slightly misaligned and/or crooked teeth
  • Teeth that are gapped or otherwise unevenly spaced
  • Eroded, weathered teeth
  • Overly sensitive teeth
  • Discolored, stained teeth

 

If any of these sound familiar, then you stand to receive enormous advantages of porcelain veneers.

A porcelain veneer (or set of porcelain veneers) can revitalize a lackluster set of teeth better than they ever were before you began to neglect them. They will impart the most brilliant whiteness greater than any natural remedies, and will also improve the health of your teeth, as well.

 

That Sounds Great – But What Is A Veneer, Anyway?

 

Here’s how it all works.

A veneer is an extremely thin but durable “shell” that fits over the tooth you want to enhance and protect.

There are a variety of different materials to use when choosing a veneer, but in my experience, patients are most satisfied with veneers that are made from porcelain. They offer the brightest of all possible smiles because I only use the finest possible dental-grade porcelain available on the market.

In preparation, that tooth will be shaped to fit the veneer itself, which will be based on a mold taken of your natural teeth to ensure a comfortable fit. Once your tooth is ready, I will simply bond the veneer to it. That’s really all there is to it; veneers won’t require you to come back for multiple visits, costing you time and money that you simply can’t afford to waste.

A properly installed, well-maintained veneer can last you years or more, and will go a long way toward protecting your smile from any further harm. That’s because a veneer isn’t just for cosmetic purposes, as it forms a barrier between the underlying tooth and anything that can threaten it, such as bacteria or acids from the foods that you eat or the drinks you consume.

 

Confidence Can Be Yours Again

 

Porcelain veneers are the pinnacle of cosmetic dentistry. They are fast to put in place, and even faster to take care of once you’ve got them. Combined with a teeth whitening treatment for the rest of your teeth, your smile will be unstoppable!

I am certain that, once you get your new porcelain veneers, you will join many of my other patients who have discovered for themselves an easy way to overcome the painful, unsightly smile that used to haunt them in the mirror.

To schedule an initial consultation appointment with me to learn if porcelain veneers are right for your smile, please don’t hesitate to call me at 509-591-0515. You can request an appointment with my office through this website, as well.

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