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The Most Commonly Asked Smile Makeover Questions
Ever think about getting a smile makeover? With today's modern dental technologies there are many choices available for improving your smile. If you happen to be someone who has not seen a dentist in a while, now is definitely the time for you to make a dentist appointment so that you can understand the new and many dental options available. While many people may think that visiting a dentist is only necessary when they are having oral problems, this is simply not the case anymore. These new dental technologies are now able to help improve someone's smile, making a trip to the dentist something to look forward to!
Restorative vs. cosmetic
When someone is interested in getting a smile makeover they may need restorative dental procedures performed, cosmetic dental procedures performed or a combination of the two. Restorative includes procedures that need to be done in order to improve the dental patient's overall oral health, i.e. tooth-colored fillings. Cosmetic includes procedures that are performed with a specific goal to improve the appearance of the teeth, i.e. dental bonding.
Most commonly asked smile makeover questions
Because there are many different types of smiles, there are going to be many different questions people have about getting a smile makeover. The best way for someone to get the answers they need in order to make the decisions necessary for improving their smile is to make an appointment with their dentist.
The following are the most common questions asked about smile makeovers.
Can anyone get a smile makeover? As long as they are in good overall health there should be no problem with their getting a smile makeover.
Can a smile makeover fix crooked teeth? Yes, there are smile makeover options for people who have crooked teeth.
How long does it take to get a smile makeover? It depends on the type of treatments the dental patient will need to improve their smile. Many smile makeovers can be done in just one dental appointment. When a dental patient is in need of a few different procedures then it may take two or three different dental appointments.
Is it possible to get more than one procedure done at a time? Yes. It is not only possible, it is a common practice for dental patients who want and/or need two or more dental procedures performed.
Is teeth whitening available? Yes. In fact, getting one's teeth whitened in a dentist's office provides much better results than over the counter teeth whitening options! This is why so many people are visiting their dentist to whiten their teeth nowadays compared to at home whitening options.
Is it possible to change one's mind after having the dental procedures performed? While it is possible for some dental procedures to be reversed, not all of them can. This is why it is extremely important for anyone who wants to get a smile makeover to fully discuss their options with an experienced dentist, as this allows them to completely understand the entire process.
For more information or to schedule an cosmetic dentistry consultation with Beltran Dental Surgery, request an appointment in our Temple Terrace dental office here: https://www.beltrandentalsurgery.com. Or call us at (813) 430-0930.
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