Now that we are trying to adapt to writing “2015”, have you given any thought to a New Year’s Resolution? If you haven’t, it isn’t too late. And even if you have, you can never have too many! Typically, dental hygiene and dental aesthetics aren’t usually considered when it comes to reflecting on self improvement. More than daily flossing, consider your over all oral health.
Brightening up those pearly whites
Do you avoid smiling or find yourself talking while covering your mouth due to a missing tooth, an unsightly chip, large gap, or another imperfection affecting your teeth? Everyone is aware of teeth whitening; here are more options on how easy it is to improve your smile!
We see many patients with those old silver and gold fillings. Those unsightly things are no longer the standard of care. Tooth colored composite fillings ones are crafted to match your natural color and are near invisible to the naked eye.
Chipped teeth are often healthy, and like gaps, they too cause uneasiness in social situations. Often making you feel like the center of unwanted attention. Dental bonding is one of the least expensive cosmetic procedures, and the color is matched to restore your natural looking smile.
There are a few different types of tooth pain, all of which should be reported during your dental visit: brief sensitivity to hot and cold foods, sharp pain when biting, dull aches, constant pressure, lingering pain. There is no reason to endure the pain, call so we can help!
Benefits of a Healthy Smile
Enhancing your smile offers huge gains. Not only does it boost a person’s confidence, it can improve a person’s overall health and well being. It’s like getting a spectacularly wonderful haircut. You feel better about yourself and notice a new glow surrounding you. When you have a smile that you are proud of, you naturally show it off to the world! Smiling is known to lower heart rate and reduce stress. Who would say no to that?
This is your year to shine with a healthy smile
Start the year off with your best foot forward and set your mind toward some dental goals. No matter how big or how small they may be, you will be happy with the results as well as yourself for making it happen!
Prioritize your health and take the first step by calling to schedule an appointment: