Having strong, healthy teeth means more than just treating cavities and gum disease. Cosmetic dentistry covers a wide range of services, from tooth whitening to full-mouth restoration. But how do you know if you’re a candidate for cosmetic dentistry?
Unlike a toothache or other severe dental problems, discolored teeth don’t keep you from eating your favorite foods. They don’t cause you pain. So you go on with your life, smiling but keeping your mouth shut so no one sees your less-than-pearly whites.
Here’s the problem: when you don’t feel good about your smile, it can be more than just a cosmetic issue. It can affect your self-esteem, which can affect your personal relationships, your career, and your social life.
Putting off getting the smile you’ve always wanted and deserve isn’t something we want to see you do. Talk to us today about the life-changing effects cosmetic dentistry can have. It’s about time to focus on you and your smile!