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What Does a Smile Makeover Entail

What Does a Smile Makeover Entail

It’s no surprise that a gorgeous smile is regarded as an attractive and beneficial trait. A sparkling bright smile is linked to an increase in success and a boost in confidence. People rate others who have a beautiful smile as more attractive and approachable. 

Today, there’s no better way to accomplish your smile goals than with a smile makeover. The team at Family Dental Care in West Palm Beach, Florida, offers smile makeovers to transform your smile into one you’ve always dreamed of. 

Regardless of the current appearance of your teeth, our team can help you achieve your smile goals with the help of a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures. You can count on us to help you attain the smile you desire. 

How can a smile makeover help you attain a beautiful smile?

Your road to a beautiful smile begins with a dental examination and consultation about your smile goals. Cosmetic and general dentists Sujay Trivedi, DMD, and Michael Wescott, DDS, take the utmost care in learning more about what you’d like to accomplish with a smile makeover. Your provider then creates a treatment plan to achieve your smile goals.  

The following are some of the procedures our team uses to transform smiles: 

Teeth whitening

Yellow, dull, and stained teeth can make you look older and less attractive. Whether from foods and beverages like coffee and tea or habits like smoking, discolored teeth can negatively impact your appearance and self-image. 

Teeth whitening is a popular procedure to include in a smile makeover, and for good reason. Our team can whiten your teeth dramatically in just one session. 

Dental veneers

Veneers are the fastest and most efficient way to transform your smile. These super-thin, tooth-colored shells are bonded to the front of your teeth to address chips, cracks, stains, and uneven spacing. Dental veneers can give you a brilliant smile that you can be proud of quickly. 

Dental implants 

Dental implants are an excellent way to restore missing teeth. The procedure involves replacing the tooth root with the screw-type post that functions just like your natural tooth root. Dental implant surgery offers a durable alternative to dentures and bridges. 

Your provider will evaluate the condition of your jaw bone. Dental implant surgery requires that you have enough bone density and that your jawbone heals tightly around the implant. Once in place and healed, a dental implant provides strong dental support. 

Dental crowns

Dental crowns can be used as part of a smile makeover to restore severely damaged or broken teeth. Crowns are available in various materials. People looking to create a beautiful smile often choose a material that blends seamlessly with their natural teeth. 

All-porcelain or all-ceramic crowns are excellent options for restoring the appearance and function of a tooth. If you currently have an outdated metal crown, our team can replace it with the material of your choice. 

A smile makeover is an opportunity to benefit from a combination of procedures designed to transform a dull, ordinary smile into a sparkling, attractive smile that people notice. Whether you’re looking to close gaps, straighten crooked teeth, or whiten your teeth, the team at Family Dental Care can help. 

To get started with your smile makeover we invite you to reach out to our friendly team by calling or booking your appointment with us online. The smile you desire is waiting!

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