A dazzling grin can aid you in opening all kinds of doors in life, and it can go a long way toward helping you feel better about yourself in general. Chances are, though, that there are plenty of aspects of your own smile that you’re less than satisfied with, such as stains on your enamel or unusually large gaps. How can you improve the appearance of your teeth ? Dr. Boyd and Dr. Walther can help you find a solution with a personalized smile makeover. Call us today to learn more about this highly customizable treatment.
When planning your smile makeover, we’ll begin by looking at your mouth (as well as the rest of your face) and asking about the kinds of changes that you have in mind. After gathering the necessary information, we can put together a treatment plan that consists of various procedures that were carefully chosen based on your needs.
Your smile makeover might include:
Additional procedures might be suggested if they’re deemed necessary for bringing your dream smile to life.
Naturally, a smile makeover has plenty of aesthetic benefits. You may notice an improvement in your self-esteem thanks to the confidence that comes with a beautiful grin. Each individual treatment will be personalized in order to make the results as natural-looking as possible.
Sometimes there are health advantages as well. For example, if there are any overly large gaps between your teeth, closing them can help you protect your smile from gum disease. Additionally, repairing damaged teeth with metal-free crowns is often critical for making sure your smile can continue to function properly.
To figure out the cost of your smile makeover, first we need to figure out what services will be included in the process. Then, we’ll review the factors that can influence the cost of each treatment. There are a lot of variables, but you can rest easy knowing that the makeover process won’t move forward until you have been given a trustworthy estimate.
Our team will also be happy to discuss your options for payment. Dental insurance usually won’t help pay for cosmetic treatments, but it will likely cover services that address oral health issues. You might also benefit from using CareCredit to pay in monthly installments with little to no interest.