We’d like to introduce you to Becky …
At 52, Becky, realized that she didn’t like to smile. Not because she didn’t want to, but because her front teeth were worn down and chipped with yellow stains. So, her teeth appeared short and dark when she smiled; a far cry from the beautiful smile she really wanted.
Becky’s consultation with Dr. Anderson revealed an easy fix … 4 porcelain veneers on her front 4 teeth.
By performing a simple cosmetic procedure, Becky’s smile was transformed. By adding just 4 porcelain veneers on her front 4 teeth the following objectives were met:
- No more stains: we lightened the color of her veneers, giving her the pearly-white smile, she wanted.
- No more short teeth: we improved the overall length and made them soft and rounded, to achieve a natural and beautiful smile.
- Upper picture (before photo) shows the short length and discoloring
- Bottom picture is the final close up of the 4 new porcelain veneers showing Becky’s beautiful and natural smile.
- Notice the level of craftsmanship and detail that can be obtained with porcelain veneers.
- Porcelain Veneers can improve the length and symmetry of a smile.
- Porcelain Veneers can cover teeth that are misshapen or severely discolored.
By examining these before and after results of Becky’s improved smile, you can see for yourself the difference this simple enhancement made; not only for Becky’s smile, but for her self-esteem, confidence and overall happiness as a person.
We Believe: You Should Want to Smile Every Day
Not smiling and being conscious of not smiling – especially when you’re happy – is the exact opposite of what we want our patients to do. We should all feel confident when we smile and smile big when we want to, without hesitation and fear of any judgement from a troublesome smile.
Enhancing smiles is SIMPLE and it’s our FAVORITE thing to do for our patients because it’s so rewarding for our team and so life-changing for our patients. If you’re not happy with your smile, for any reason, we hope you’ll visit us, so we can understand what you do and don’t like about your current smile and how you’d like to see it transform, with a little help!
Why do some people prefer to NOT smile?
A smile typically signifies a positive emotional state — happiness, satisfaction, kindness, and warmth. The benefits of a positive mood, according to researchers, include improved heart health, increased longevity, and stronger immune systems. These benefits are definitely worthwhile goals — no one would argue that. And the majority of evidence suggests that smiling truly does enhance our moods and our lives.
However, we might wonder if consciously controlling a facial expression can really change our lives.