Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you. It’s part of those important first impressions and lasting impressions you leave on others. You also notice what your smile looks like in photos. So, you want to give your smile a reward for all it does for you throughout the year. We wanted to share ways you can invest in yourself this holiday season:
- A Dental Checkup
It may sound simple enough, but a dental cleaning and exam is one of the best things you can give yourself this time of year. We’ll not only professionally clean your teeth, but we’ll also look for oral health concerns in their early stages. Plus, it’s a wonderful time to discuss your dental goals for the new year and gain support from our team.
- Whiten Your Teeth
If you like pretty much everything about your smile but don’t like the stains, consider getting a teeth whitening. You can choose from either in-office or at-home teeth whitening. In-office is ideal if you are getting ready for a holiday event. Or if you are comfortable with a gradual whitening, at-home trays are perfect for you. Both give you great results!
- Disguise Imperfections
A small chip or a slightly overlapping tooth can distract from your smile. If you want to hide those dental flaws, veneers or dental bonding would be a perfect option for you. Veneers is a great investment but the results can last you a decade or longer. Bonding is ideal if you don’t want the costs of veneers; however, they only last you a few years.
- Fill in the Gaps
If you have gaps in your mouth because of tooth loss, you owe it to yourself to pursue treatment. We can replace them with lifelike dental implants that give you the feel and function of natural teeth. In fact, we can place implants right here in our office. So, take the first step by scheduling a consultation with one of our dentists.
- Address Bad Dental Habits
Whether it’s skipping your oral care routine or grinding your teeth at night, kick those bad dental habits to the curb. If you struggle with grinding your teeth, we can help! We’ll create a custom oral appliance that acts like a barrier between your teeth. It will prevent you from potentially damaging your tooth enamel and allow your jaw to heal.