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Smile Makeover

What Is A Smile Makeover?

A smile makeover is a type of reconstruction process that allows us to completely transform the look and quality of your teeth. Whether you’re missing a lot of your teeth, have gum disease or have a lot of teeth that are damaged or decayed, we can create a personalized treatment plan that is right for you. Our goal is to provide you with a makeover that is both convenient and affordable. Makeovers are ideal for adult patients of all ages and varying needs.

Why Would A Smile Makeover Be Needed?

You might need a smile makeover if many or all of your teeth are damaged, decayed or missing. You might have recently been involved in an accident that has caused a lot of damage to your smile. Reconstruction can be done as a way to both improve your confidence as well as the overall functioning of your teeth. Smile makeovers are specific to the people having it done, and no two makeovers are alike.

Who Is A Candidate For A Smile Makeover?

We can examine your teeth and mouth to determine if a makeover is necessary. Makeovers are often beneficial for adult patients who are unhappy with the look and quality of their smile. During your consultation appointment, we will go over financing options and scheduling to ensure that the process is as affordable as possible for you. Our goal is to provide you with a smile that you’ll love showing off.

What Happens During The Smile Makeover Process?

The first step is to have a consultation with you. We do this by taking x-rays and performing an examination. We then create a personalized treatment plan specific to your needs. You will come in regularly to begin having work done in our office. Procedures can include whitening, implants, dentures, partials, inlays, onlays, veneers and orthodontic treatment. You can expect to have one or more of these procedures done over the course of smile reconstruction. Treatment can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months to complete.

If you’d like to learn more about smile makeovers and how they’re performed, call our office today to speak with one of our trained professionals.

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