Why Get A Smile Makeover?

I’ve got a question for you: How often do you avoid looking in the mirror? Is it a lot? I’d argue that anytime you try to avoid your reflection is one time too many; you should feel proud of your appearance – or, at the very least, not embarrassed about it.

Now let me ask you another question: What’s the reason for your embarrassment? I can probably assume that reason; after all, you are on your Kennewick dentist’s blog.

Indeed, a bad smile can alienate you from the things you enjoy most in life: Friends, family, success at work, even success in love and happiness. It’s a tragic problem that unfolds each and every day for you – but you’re not alone.

I’ve managed to successfully treat patients just like you who have had to put up with smiles that were either “less than” or downright abominable. And the big point I always make to them – and it’s the same point I’m making to you now – is that you don’t have to put up with that smile any longer.

You need to know that, while every smile is unique, there’s also nothing special about it in terms of it needing improvement. No smile is 100% perfect, and we could all be doing more to keep them in the best shape possible. So if you have a smile that is

 

  • Missing one or more teeth,
  • Contains multiple fractured teeth
  • Discolored by stains from food and drink
  • Or any combination of these

 

Then you could greatly benefit from a smile makeover procedure.

 

Wait: What Is A Smile Makeover?

I suppose I got a little ahead of myself. Let’s take a slow walk.

A smile makeover is basically a combination of different but complimentary cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments that are designed with one goal in mind: To turn your smile into the best possible smile it can be!

So what does this mean for you? Well, for starters, it means that you can have the smile you want by identifying the specific problems in your mouth, and creating appropriate treatment solutions to fix them.

Let’s continue our bullet list from above to make a clear example. Let’s say your smile is dragged down by a few missing teeth, a chipped tooth, and multiple stained, yellowed teeth. Once you come to my  dentist’s office for your consultation appointment, I’ll give you a professional dental examination to make an accurate diagnosis of these obvious problems.

This way, I can provide you with a prosthodontic treatment (which is a fancy way of saying artificial tooth, whether it’s a crown, bridge, or even dentures) to take care of your missing teeth; chemical bonding to address that crack; and a professional teeth whitening to take care of that unsightly discoloration.

As you can see, this example smile makeover has recognized the problems of a particular smile, then offers a specific series of treatments to alleviate those problems. My role in this process is acting as a kind of bridge between the treatments that are right for you, and your smile. Our conversations, as well as my examination of your smile, will form the basis of the right kind of treatments that will transform your smile.

 

How Do I Get A Smile Makeover?

The process by which you go about getting your very own smile makeover is, thankfully, pretty simple. All you need to do is reach out to me, your new Kennewick dentist, so that we can set up a time for you to come and visit with us. My dedicated staff and I will take care of the rest, working closely with you every step of the way in order to give you not just the smile that you want, but the smile that you deserve.

To make your appointment, I invite you to reach out to me by calling (509) 591-0515. We’ll work with you to find a time that works best for you.

Or, since you’re already online, you can request an appointment with us through the web; just fill out this simple form to place your appointment with us. We’ll get right back to you!

No matter how you make your appointment, it is extremely important that you do, otherwise the embarrassment will grow worse, and you could be jeopardizing your oral health.

I can’t wait to meet you!

 

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