YOUR SMILE… IT MATTERS.
A smile is the best make-up one can wear. It instills self-confidence and reduces social barriers for all people. A healthy smile allows us to eat and speak properly so we can carry out day-to-day activities. However, some people - even those with good dental hygiene - may have naturally fair teeth and therefore be dissatisfied with several other issues with their smiles. All they want is to have perfect teeth and to deliver a perfect smile without any problems related to misalignment, shape, tooth proportion, length, discoloration, minor orthodontic issues, etc.
SMILE MAKEOVERS CAN GIVE YOU THE SMILE YOU DESERVE.
Smile makeover is the treatment process which results in one’s best possible smile. A smile makeover uses one or more cosmetic dentistry procedures such as:
EACH SMILE MAKEOVER IS UNIQUE.
Each smile makeover is a combination of treatments designed based on the conditions and requirements of a patient.
Smile makeovers can be referred to as a cosmetic or dental surgery that reconditions the mouth. The most common elements of a smile makeover are tooth repair, tooth replacement, whitening, lip and cheek injections, etc. The components taken into consideration include facial appearance, skin tone, hair color, teeth, gum tissue, and lips.
SMILE MAKEOVERS CAN ADDRESS ONE OR MORE PROBLEMS IN THE MOUTH.
Common issues addressed in the course of a smile makeover include:
Chipped, cracked, or uneven teeth
The patient’s need for full-mouth rehabilitation
Misalignment of teeth, varied length or disproportion
Gaps between teeth
EVERY SMILE MAKEOVER BEGINS WITH AN EVALUATION.
In exploring smile makeover treatment, the dentist will evaluate the dental conditions of the patient to analyze the patient’s oral health - including the teeth, gums, underlying support structure, and bite - to determine candidacy of smile makeover. Addressing the underlying oral issues, if any, is ideal before beginning the makeover. The cost of treatment for a smile makeover varies depending upon the types of procedures necessary to fulfill the patient’s goals.