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Cosmetic Dental Patient Eileen

Dentists Advise, To Change Your Image, Start With Your Smile

It doesn’t require getting a “Hollywood” smile, however…

…restoring an old and tired smile could make you look younger, boost your self-esteem and self-confidence, and also increase your conversation abilities, your sex appeal, and positively influence your personal and professional relationships.

According to research by social psychologists, the majority of people take about thirty seconds appraising you before they begin to develop a list of perceptions about your:

 • academic level
 • career competence
 • success
 • persona
 • class
 • trustworthiness
 • sense of humor
 • and your social heritage.

 Good or bad, this means that appearances count these days.

Cosmetic Dental Patient Clint

Using cosmetic dentistry, our staff can make your smile light up a room when you enter it. Through different procedures, we’ll create that beautiful smile of which you’ve been dreaming. Nature-mimicking restorations such as the latest porcelain or bonded natural-looking fillings, porcelain crowns and veneers  look, feel and function like your own teeth.

Supporting Research:

When respondents in a 2008 independent survey had been questioned, “What exactly would you most want to improve about your own smile?” The most frequent answer was: “Whiter and Brighter Teeth”.

Then they questioned, “What kinds of things do you feel make a smile ugly?” The most frequent replies were:

• Stained, Discolored, or Yellow Teeth
• Teeth Missing<
• Teeth That are Not Straight
• Decaying Teeth And Cavities
• Gaps & Spaces in Teeth
• Unbrushed Teeth

Practically all Americans (98.7%) feel a smile is a vital social asset.

97% of adults feel a wonderful smile really makes a person more desirable to members of the opposite sex.

Three-quarters (76%) of adults truly feel an unattractive smile may damage an individual’s probability for career success.

Researchers then followed up and questioned, “What’s the first thing you observe in another person’s smile?” The most frequent answers were:

• Straightness of the Smile
• Whiteness And Color of Teeth
• Cleanness of Teeth
• Sincerity of the Smile
• Any Missing Teeth?
• Sparkle of Smile

Natural-looking alternatives including advanced metal-free crowns, veneers, bridges, and inlays/onlays look, feel and perform like your own teeth. They allow us to save as much of the original tooth as is possible. Plus, do you know that, cosmetic dentistry could possibly remove creases and lines around your cheeks, lip area and chin – with no cosmetic surgery?

Think about having a more attractive smile. You’re younger looking. You are confident and noticing how other people find you more attractive. The practice of cosmetic dentistry has come so far in just a few years and, with cosmetic dental work becoming financially affordable for everyone, you can have the smile of your dreams.

What Are Your Smile Goals?

Smile improvement often results in life improvement. That’s why it’s so important that we work closely with you to make sure that we understand your expectations and that you are comfortable with your choices before the smile makeover begins.

We take an all-inclusive approach and commit to establishing a treatment plan with a thorough discussion of options. Cosmetic Dental Patient Marie


We can:

• Make you look ten years younger
• Fill in gaps between teeth
• Fix cracked, broken or chipped teeth
• Re-position crowded and crooked teeth
• Sculpt away extra gum tissue to reveal your full smile
• Lengthen or shorten uneven teeth
• Place a bridge or dental implant
• Use all porcelain restorations to replace old “dark” dentistry
• Change how teeth come together to address malocclusion
Whiten and brighten stained or discolored teeth


Call for a smile consultation at (269) 471-4055 or “Request a Consult” using the form at the right.



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