Common Teen Smile Makeover Questions
I do not have any cavities or other oral health issues yet I am interested in a smile makeover as I am unhappy with my smile. Is it possible to beautify my smile with a smile makeover?
Yes. If you dislike the look of your smile, the best course of action is to ask your dentist about smile makeover procedures. Even if you have perfect oral health, you can still benefit from a smile makeover that beautifies your teeth and gums. In most cases, extensive smile restoration techniques are unnecessary. A series of relatively minor improvements can make a massive difference in the look of your smile.
What are some examples of dental treatments and procedures used for smile makeovers?
Dentists use everything from composite bonding to teeth whitening, veneers, gum contouring and Invisalign aligners to turn an underwhelming smile into one that lights up a room.
Am I eligible for a smile makeover during my teen years?
Yes. As long as you are in good health, you are eligible for a smile makeover. Children and teens deserve a beautiful smile just like adults. A beautified smile will enhance socialization, boost self-esteem and make life that much easier. If you are in any way disappointed with the look of your smile, schedule an appointment to learn about how we can enhance your smile.
We can straighten crooked teeth and brighten the shade of one’s smile. It is worth noting the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends young patients do not whiten their teeth until they are at least 14 or 15-years-old.
How many treatments will be necessary for my smile makeover?
The answer hinges on the nuances of your mouth. Your customized smile makeover plan might require one treatment, a couple treatments or a dozen. In some cases, patients are ecstatic following two or three treatments. Your dentist will determine the appropriate order of treatments and the quantity necessary to create the smile of your dreams.
How long will it take to complete my smile makeover?
The length of your smile makeover depends on the number of procedures necessary as well as the types of procedures performed. Furthermore, the changes you have in mind will also dictate the amount of time required to rebuild your smile. In some cases, a smile makeover can be performed in a single office visit. Others will require treatments spread out across multiple weeks.
Will my smile makeover hurt?
The average cosmetic dentistry treatment does not inflict pain. However, there is the potential for smile makeover procedures to cause slight pressure while placing the dental crowns or porcelain veneers. Some patients opt for a local anesthetic to mitigate potential discomfort.
Will my smile makeover stand the test of time?
For the most part, yes. However, you have the power to sabotage your smile makeover or maintain it. The best way to maintain your smile makeover is to practice good oral hygiene. Floss and brush your teeth each day. Visit your dentist at least once every six months. It will also help to avoid foods and beverages with dark hues like coffee, berries, tea, dark chocolate and wine.
Need more information?
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Cumming’s Family Dentist, request an appointment in our Cumming dental office here: https://cummingsfamilydentist.com. Or call us at (770) 280-8723.
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