A smile is the universal symbol of happiness. It makes people more approachable and helps build relationships. Whether it is a social event or a job interview, having a warm smile enables you to forge your path in the world.
However, in some cases, having discolored, crooked, or uneven teeth can prevent you from being the best version of yourself and from flaunting your smile.
A smile makeover can help restore your smile and improve your appearance. In this blog, we take a closer look at all the aspects of a smile makeover procedure.
A smile makeover is a process of enhancing your smile using one of many cosmetic dentistry procedures. These may include:
To start, your dentist will understand what you are looking for. Do you want to just whiten your teeth or are you looking for structural changes?
They will carefully assess your oral condition before zeroing in on the right procedure for you. Additional things such as the color, shape, and length of your teeth, and your skin tone are all taken into consideration.
Once they have gathered all the required information, your dentist may use imaging software to relay the information to a dental laboratory. They may also show you before and after photos of patients to give you a better understanding of what your smile makeover could look like.
The exact cost of a smile makeover depends on your dentist, your location, your needs, and the insurance plan you have. The treatment may be more costly if the dentist has to treat underlying oral health conditions before starting your treatment.
You should take adequate care of your oral health after undergoing a smile makeover. As a standard, you should practice brushing twice a day, flossing at least once a day, using an antibacterial mouthwash, and visiting your dentist at least twice a year.
A smile makeover is your best option for fixing dental issues, improving your confidence, and creating a memorable first impression. To learn more about the smile makeover procedures available, contact Dr. Ghasem K. Darian at Winning Smiles Dentistry in Glendale, Arizona by calling (623) 931-5467 or visiting us at 20165 N 67th Ave #103, Glendale, AZ or in Phoenix, Arizona by calling (602) 265-8566 or visiting us at 5555 N 7th St. Ste. #142, Phoenix, AZ 85014.