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If your smile has been depressing you lately, call or click and schedule an appointment with your dentist for a Smile Analysis.

The goal of a restorative or esthetic dental makeover is to develop a stable system where your joints, skeletal structures, muscles, tissues and teeth function together in a harmonious manner.

During your Smile Analysis appointment, your dentist will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums to make sure that you do not have gum disease or tooth decay. After your examination, which will also include a cancer screening, your dentist will ask you what you do and don’t like about your smile. Some of the questions that your dentist will ask include:

  • Do you feel as if you have a gummy smile?
  • Do you have painful, red, or bleeding gums?
  • Do you smile with your mouth closed?
  • Are your teeth discolored, yellow, or stained?
  • Do you have missing teeth?
  • Are your teeth crooked?
  • Are your teeth cracked or chipped
  • Do you have old dental work that has turned dark near your gum line?
  • Do you have old dark fillings?
  • Do you wish that your smile were different?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you are the perfect candidate for a Smile Analysis consultation.

There are several restorative and cosmetic dental procedures that your dentist may decide on, and during your appointment, your dental plan will be discussed along with a time frame and budget.

Your dentist may decide to combine both cosmetic and restorative procedures to give you the smile that you have always wanted. These procedures may include tooth whitening, dental bonding, onlays, or overlays. Your dentist may decide to remove your silver amalgam fillings and replace them with tooth colored fillings. If you have old dental crowns, your dentist may decide to replace those as well. If you have missing teeth, your dentist may discuss replacements including dental implants or dentures.

You really can have the smile you deserve. Call or click and schedule an appointment with your dentist for a Smile Analysis today.