Smile Makeover –
Restore Your Confidence and Appearance
Our smiles are often the first thing people notice about us. If you have any issues with your teeth, it is completely normal to feel self-conscious when you smile. But that does not mean there isn’t a solution!
Smile makeovers are dental treatments for improving the appearance of your teeth and smile. They encompass different dental procedures that will leave you with a restored smile
What Can a Smile Makeover Fix?
Smile makeovers involve various cosmetic dental procedures, depending on the issue you’d like resolved. There is no one-size-fits-all for a smile makeover treatment, so be sure to contact Dr. Sarah Latterell for an initial consultation to find the right treatment for you.
A smile makeover can fix any of the following dental issues:
What Are The Different Smile Makeover Procedures?
The type of smile makeover procedure you get depends on what you’d like to change about the appearance of your teeth. The most common dental procedures for a smile makeover are:
Veneers are custom-made porcelain molds that bond to the tooth’s front surface to improve its appearance. Veneers are best for fixing chipped, stained, rotated, crowded, or spaced apart teeth. Veneers can also help make the smile look broader and wider when placed on a series of teeth in a row.
Dental Crowns, Bridges and Implants
Dental crowns and bridges are made from ceramic and fitted permanently onto the teeth. A crown is fitted on top of a tooth to fix the look or shape of the tooth. A bridge is created to fill a gap between missing teeth. Missing teeth can also be replaced with implants. Ceramic crowns can be fitted to the implants, just like natural teeth, to restore the smile.
Tooth discoloration is one of the leading causes of smile dissatisfaction! Over-the-counter whitening solutions often don’t work and may come with risks, so it is always best to get a professional whitening service. Dr. Sarah offers both whitening trays and a pen kit with LED light.
Gum Lifting and Reshaping
A gum lifting or reshaping procedure is generally for those who have too much gum showing on their upper or lower teeth. The shape of the gum tissue around the teeth can be just as important as the shape of the teeth when completing a smile makeover.