Are You Ready to Enhance Your Smile?

As the year end approaches, many people ponder what goals to set for next year. If improving your smile through cosmetic dentistry is one of your aspirations, perhaps the most important question you can ask yourself is, “What do I hope to gain from enhancing my smile?”

There are plenty of reasons to improve the function and appearance of your teeth and gums. Cosmetic dentistry can play a big part in your self-improvement plan. Here’s a quick list of who benefits from smile enhancement provided by a cosmetic dental team.

Cosmetic Dentistry Can Revamp Your Smile – And Your Life!

You may be ready to cosmetically enhance your smile if:

  • Your work involves a lot of face-to-face contact with customers. First impressions do matter, and a healthy-looking cosmetic-dentistrysmile can give you confidence and enhance your prospects.
  • You are interested in improving your overall oral health. Many cosmetic dentistry procedures are performed after restorative procedures – such as fillings or crowns – are in place.
  • You have a clear idea of the changes you’d like to make to your smile. Is your smile too “gummy”? Do you have stains that need to be treated with whitening or porcelain veneers? While your cosmetic dentist will conduct an in-depth conversation with you about your cosmetic dentistry goals, it helps if you know what you hope to see after the work is done.
  • You are willing to engage in the self-care necessary to maintain your new smile. Many cosmetic procedures need regular monitoring and at-home care to retain the benefits. You’ll still need regular checkups, daily brushing and flossing, and re-treatments for such enhancements as teeth whitening.

“Cosmetic dentistry can bring dramatic positive changes to your smile,” says Dr. Carol Ford, a cosmetic dentist practicing in central Phoenix and the founder of Dr. Carol Ford & Associates. “Our staff is always happy to answer your questions and suggest the best strategies for improving the appearance of your teeth and gums.”


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