Smile Design: Know Your Options [Infographic]

Have you ever:

…hidden your smile in photographs?
…avoided a situation because you lack confidence in your appearance?
…wondered what’s involved in designing your dream smile?
…worried about asking your dentist about smile enhancements because of fear of expense or pain?

If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’re not alone! According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), 99.7% of adults believe a smile is an important social asset and 74% feel an unattractive smile could hinder career success. Clearly, a confident, beautiful smile is something to treasure!

Increase your confidence with smile design

Advances in cosmetic dentistry and technology mean you can achieve your dream smile in less time, without painful, invasive treatments, and in full control of the process. Your dentist will evaluate your individual characteristics, including personality, face shape, and age, and will listen carefully to your smile design wishes.

The most beautiful thing about smile design? Your dream smile can become a reality, increasing confidence and self-esteem and improving your overall quality of life. While every smile design plan is unique, the infographic below describes some of the possible treatments your dentist may recommend.

Learn your options before asking your dentist about smile design

Do you have questions about what’s involved with these cosmetic dentistry treatments? Are you concerned about the costs involved? Wondering if insurance covers any of this? Curious if you can preview your dream smile digitally? Talk with our experienced dental team – they’ll take the time to explain your options clearly so you feel in control and comfortable with your options. Call us to book your appointment.

The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.

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