Cosmetic Dentistry Can Boost Your Self-Esteem

October 23, 2018

There’s nothing like a smile to brighten your day—unless you’re unhappy with the appearance of your teeth.

Many people who don’t like the way their smile looks may not be aware of just how much they do to hide it. They often avoid showing their teeth when they smile, which makes them look and feel strained instead of truly happy.

Your teeth have a dramatic impact on your self-esteem and self-image. We smile to communicate who we are, and how we feel about ourselves. When your smile is weak or forced because you don’t want to show your teeth, your quality of life can suffer.

The good news is that you can have a healthy, radiant smile—even if you weren’t born with one, or your teeth have suffered damage over the years.

How cosmetic dentistry can help

Dental technology has come a long way. Today, you can achieve a whiter, straighter smile through a number of safe and effective procedures.
Today’s dental makeovers are common, less invasive, and highly successful at transforming your smile into something you can show off. Everyone deserves to feel good about themselves, and cosmetic dentistry can help you dramatically improve your confidence.

Just a few of the cosmetic dentistry procedures that are available today include:

Teeth whitening: This bleaching process uses either laser whitening or professional home kits to remove stains and discoloration, resulting in teeth that are up to 10 shades whiter.

Porcelain veneers: Veneers are a completely non-invasive treatment for discolored, crooked, gapped, or otherwise damaged teeth. These extremely thin, tooth-colored, custom fitted inserts mask imperfections and give your smile an instant lift.

Dental implants: Missing teeth are among the most damaging dental issues in terms of self-confidence. Dental implants are permanent replacements that look and feel like natural teeth, restoring your ability to smile.

People who have undergone cosmetic dentistry report boosts in confidence and self-esteem, better social interactions, and a heightened sense of overall well-being. How will having a great smile make a difference in your life?

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