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Who Needs a Smile Makeover?

Everyone needs a smile makeover if they are displeased with the look or feel of their smile. Crooked smiles, damaged or dull teeth, gummy smiles, or misaligned bites can all be valid reasons for getting a smile makeover. If any of these issues are present, a smile makeover may be worth the investment. Unlike other kinds of makeovers, a smile makeover is for life.

What is a smile makeover?

Smile makeover is a general term for a blanket of cosmetic and functional procedures intended to improve smiles. A crooked or embarrassing smile can keep people from performing at their best. A smile makeover is a way to bring out confidence and increase self-efficacy. Each smile makeover is tailored to the individual.

The end goal of a smile makeover is to renovate or rejuvenate a patient’s smile. A smile makeover can restore a smile’s youthful appearance or give a patient a more sophisticated look. Smile makeovers are designed to increase confidence and happiness by giving everyone the smile they deserve.

Smile makeovers are typically cosmetic, but they can also serve a functional purpose by restoring damaged teeth or realigning bites. Doing so can help patients maintain stellar oral health while also feeling confident in their smile.

How to know if a smile makeover is appropriate

A cosmetic dentist will be able to evaluate a patient’s smile and determine which, if any smile makeover procedures are appropriate. Using state of the art technology, previews of smile makeover results can be crafted to give both the dentist and the patient an idea of what the final smile will look like. Cosmetic dentists often work closely with labs that construct dental materials to create unique smile treatments. They will also take into account a patient’s face shape, hair color and skin color when crafting smile makeover procedures.

Smile makeovers are uniquely maleable to a patient’s individual needs. Patients considering cost can opt for less drastic smile makeovers that still give them an improved smile at a lower cost. A smile makeover is an investment in self-confidence and oral health.

Smile makeover options

A smile makeover does not have to be an enormous ordeal. Depending on the desired results and the state of the teeth, a smile makeover can be as quick and simple as a teeth whitening. It all depends on what level of change is enough to make the patient happy.

Other smile makeover options include crowns, veneers, or orthodontics. These procedures can require multiple visits and more commitment. Sometimes multiple procedures may be needed to get the desired smile.

The first step to getting a smile makeover

The first step of a smile makeover is a consultation. In order to know which options are appropriate and what the results might be, a cosmetic dentist will have to assess a patient’s mouth. The dentist can create molds or photo previews of what the revised smile will look like to aid the patient in deciding on the appropriate procedures.

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