The winter holidays are a prime time for taking photos. National Geograhic studies report that Americans took about 105 billion pictures in 2015 and a large sum of them occurred during the holidays. From planned family photos to selfies, we are intrigued with capturing the moment.
Yet, what are your teeth telling you about this very moment?
If you do not like to smile for the camera, you may want to check into improving your smile at Ivy Rose Family Dentistry. We have a full range of cosmetic and restorative dental treatments that can tranform your smile and improve your self-confidence. Look at some of the procedures below that many of our patients have used to change their smile.
Have a missing tooth? If it is in your smile line and therefore, visible when you smile, this can make picture taking intimidating. Dental implants can replace natural teeth and they are not subject to bacterial decay.
The bright flash of a camera can illuminate dark areas, but they can also highlight the difference between the white of your eyes and the color of your teeth. Our teeth whitening solutions can dramatically change the appearance of your smile.
When wearing metal or traditional braces is not the ideal solution to correcting your smile, you may want to consider Invisalign. Many of our patients qualify for this treatment, but a comprehensive consultation is required to ensure it will be effective. Wearing customized Invisalign trays can gradually correct your smile without giving it a metallic look.
Do you think there is too much wrong with your smile or that it is beyond repair? If so, you’llbe amazed at what a smile makeover can do for you. By combing multiple procedures we can give you a Hollywood smile that you’ll love to show off! After your consultation, we’ll let you know exactly how to achieve it.
The next time your friends and family want you to get in a picture could be an opportunity to bear a beautiful, bright smile. If you are ready to acquire such a smile, call us today at (682) 237-8821 (Mansfield office) or (817) 435-4653 (Arlington office) or schedule an appointment with us online.