Is something holding you back from getting the smile you want? Here’s what you should consider.
Maybe you wish your teeth were a little brighter. Maybe you have a missing or damaged tooth. Or maybe you’ve always wanted straighter teeth, but have never taken the plunge with orthodontics. Whatever is keeping you from smiling your biggest and brightest smile, now might be the time to go for it!
Cosmetic dentistry can feel like an indulgence, but the fact is that many procedures that seem cosmetic now may in fact save you bigger issues – and money! – down the road. Misaligned teeth and bite, for example, can cause your teeth to wear over time or create painful problems with the temporomandibular joints in your jaw. Missing teeth that go unreplaced can cause weakening of your jaw bone, and cause nearby teeth to move out of alignment. On top of any potential future issues, your self-confidence can really take a hit from a persistent, nagging issue that stands out when you look in the mirror. If something makes you think twice about smiling, that’s something worth fixing!
This young patient of Dr. Mollot’s is at the start of her career, with all of the rewards but also stress that comes along with this. Stress is often a cause of tooth grinding or clenching, and after several years of bruxism, this patient’s front teeth had begun to chip and wear.
This patient decided to take charge of the situation and turned to Dr. Mollot for help. In just a single 30-minute appointment with no freezing, Dr. Mollot and his team completed the bonding and evening out the patient’s front teeth, restoring her smile and confidence. This simple process was inexpensive, and even covered by the patient’s basic insurance policy.
Is there something about your smile that you’re not happy with? Remember, it’s always worth bringing up with us! We can suggest options and talk you through the process, and will even work with your insurance provider to make sure that you receive all potential coverage. Book a consultation, and get ready to love your smile!