Boost Confidence With A Smile Makeover

Cosmetic Dentist

Very few things in life operate on an equal input/equal output basis. Many times it’s more a matter of picking a few crucial activities and reaping the outsized benefits from those small choices and changes.

This dynamic is definitely in play when you partner with your cosmetic dentist for a smile makeover. Let’s look at several specific examples of how a minor change led to major improvements.

Smile makeovers: Small changes, big results

  1. Fred was a salesman with badly stained teeth. His cosmetic dentist determined that his stains were extrinsic (surface) based, so Fred opted to receive in-office whitening, one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures. As a result, he started feeling less self-conscious, smiled at prospects and customers more often, and his sales went up dramatically.
  2. Carol was a talented and well-trained actress. She was missing out on “leading lady” roles because, quite frankly, her teeth were crooked. She got Invisalign braces, which straightened her teeth without announcing that fact to the entire world through bulky wires and metal on the front of her teeth. After the course of treatment, she continued to exercise her craft with the same expertise, but got more roles and bigger parts in plays and films.
  3.  Mark was an attorney who had chipped front teeth. Although he was a good lawyer, his appearance made him feel self-conscious, and that impacted his effectiveness at trial in very subtle ways. Mark’s cosmetic dentist explained to him that his teeth were strong enough, and the damage minor enough, that he could cover these and other minor flaws with porcelain veneers. He now has beautiful natural-looking teeth and he is obtaining more wins for his clients and making a better impression when he meets potential clients, all because the veneers have boosted his self-image.
  4. Amy was a business owner who was struggling with severe tooth decay in several teeth. The teeth affected by decay looked odd and the pain was distracting her. She was able to get crowns for the most severely impacted tooth and composite fillings for the other teeth. Now her teeth are strong and healthy and pain-free. She now closes deals with confidence and is able to focus on giving customers her full attention.

“Cosmetic dentists encourage smile makeovers for the health benefits involved, but some of the biggest rewards for our clients are the increased self-image, self-acceptance, and peace of mind,” says Dr. Carol Ford, a cosmetic dentist with a practice in central Phoenix.

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