Cosmetic Smile Makeovers Give You the Smile You Want
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, a cosmetic smile makeover may be right for you. This series of customized treatments can improve the look of your teeth and give you a more confident smile.
What is a full smile makeover and which treatments and procedures are included in one?
A smile makeover generally refers to any combination of cosmetic dental treatments that are performed in order to improve the overall look and health of your smile.
Some common procedures that may be included in a smile makeover are: teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, dental implants, gum contouring, and tooth bonding. The specific treatments that are right for you will be determined by our skilled dentist based on your individual needs and goals.
Who is a candidate for a smile makeover?
Almost anyone who is unhappy with the appearance of their teeth or smile could be a candidate for a smile makeover. If you have one or more cosmetic concerns, such as stained, chipped, or misshapen teeth, a smile makeover can help.
During your consultation with our dentist, we will assess your oral health condition as well as your individual needs and goals to determine if a smile makeover is right for you.
How long does a smile makeover take to complete?
The length of time it takes to complete a smile makeover will depend on the specific treatments that are included in your custom treatment plan. Some procedures, such as teeth whitening or tooth bonding, can be completed in just one visit. More complex procedures, such as dental implants or porcelain veneers, may take several visits to complete.
If you are interested in learning more about smile makeovers and how they can benefit you, contact Craig H. Etts, DDS in Plantation today!
Contact Craig H. Etts, DDS, About Cosmetic Smile Makeovers Today
- Boost your smiling and speaking confidence
- Address any chips, cracks, gaps, or misalignment issues
- Replace any missing teeth & strengthen damaged teeth
- Enjoy eating the foods you love again
- Prioritize your oral health!