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Smile on Valentine’s Day

February 9, 2015

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and whether you’re excited for your big date or you’re staying in and celebrating Anna Howard Shaw Day instead, your smile should shine!

Why is your smile so important for Valentine’s Day?

Your smile is among the first features people notice about you when they first meet you. If you’re not one to go on first dates on Valentine’s Day, believe us – it’s still important to determine your attractiveness. (Over 73% of people say they look for a nice smile in their ideal partner).

Did you just suddenly become self-conscious about your smile? There’s no need to worry! You have plenty of options for making that smile shine!

  1. Teeth whitening is an option to revive your smile, whether you plan to do it in-office or at home.
  1. If it’s not a whiter smile you want, but a straighter one, you get that too! Invisalign can help straighten your smile invisibly!
  1. Cosmetic Bonding can improve the look of your teeth if they’re chipped, stained, or spaced unevenly.
  1. Veneers are an alternative to cosmetic bonding. They’re extremely resistant to staining and look just like tooth enamel so you’ll be smiling in no time!

So impress your date with a smile that shines! Alternatively, if you’re happily single, you can still celebrate Galentine’s Day!

What’s a better way of showing your lady friends you care than by radiating confidence with your smile? Of course, along with sharing your secret – how did you go from being nervous about your smile to showing it off with pride?

Schedule your free smile analysis with us today and we’ll be sure to put a smile on your face!

Which Works Best: Invisalign or Braces?

July 30, 2014

The easy answer to the question Invisalign or braces is that it depends on the individual patient. Your bite, alignment, jaw, and the complexity of your case all impact whether Invisalign or braces will work for you.

The benefits of Invisalign seem obvious to many people considering teeth aligning treatments. They are undetectable when worn; their smooth plastic is not irritating to the mouth; and being removable makes eating, brushing, and flossing easy.

In some cases, braces are actually better suited for an individual. Complex issues require 24-hour treatment that only traditional braces can provide, as they are not removable. Traditional braces rather than Invisalign would better solve issues in bite, rather than alignment of the teeth.

In complex cases, Invisalign may be unable to correct certain problems, at least not initially. They must also be worn vigilantly. Those that are too easily tempted to spend a day without wearing them or to take them out too often may sacrifice the benefits of straight teeth that Invisalign is supposed to provide.

If you want to achieve your desired smile, contact us for a free smile analysis and we’ll help you pick an option that’s right for you!

It’s Never too Late to Have the Smile You’ve Always Wanted

July 23, 2014

Let’s get straight to the point. It’s never too late for a perfect smile. These days, nearly half of orthodontics patients are adults. Here are some reasons why you should consider getting braces as an adult if you need them.

Confident Smile

A crooked smile can put a damper on your self-esteem and you don’t deserve that! Your confidence will soar once you achieve your desired smile!

Besides, braces aren’t as bad as they used to be. There are ways to make traditional braces more subtle. There are also options such as Invisalign that hide the fact that you are correcting the alignment of your teeth altogether.

If you don’t have time to waste and are looking for instant results then veneers might be the best option for you. We offer a number of different porcelain veneer styles for great-looking, permanent results that suit you and fit your budget.

Healthy Smile

A misaligned smile could also be a cause of increased health concerns. Plaque hides much easier behind crooked teeth, which makes issues such as gum disease and periodontal disease much more prevalent.

Your bite is just as important as your smile – even if you have straight teeth the way your mouth is aligned is important to how your mouth functions. It can cause secondary problems like headaches or proper chewing.

If you’re ready to achieve your desired smile come in for a free smile analysis with us today!