What Does a Customized Smile Makeover Entail?

Most people aren’t born with perfectly straight, white teeth. In fact, nearly 4 million Americans wear braces every year. 

But achieving a beautiful smile often goes beyond braces. Whether your teeth are crooked, discolored, or damaged, you know that an imperfect smile can hurt your confidence. If you find yourself hiding your teeth and avoiding the camera, it’s time to learn more about customized smile makeovers. 

You can have a beautiful, confident smile with the help of personalized cosmetic dentistry. Nazila Satvat, DDS, at Brightleaf Dental is an expert in providing customized smile makeovers to repair damaged teeth and perfect your smile. 

Learn more about what’s included in a complete smile makeover here, and then book a consultation with Dr. Satvat online or by phone today.

Elements of a customized smile makeover

Cosmetic dentistry is a specialty focused on improving the appearance of your teeth and your mouth. With a smile makeover, Dr. Satvat combines cosmetic dentistry like veneers with restorative treatments like dental implants. 

Veneers

Dental veneers are thin shells of porcelain that we permanently attach to the fronts of your teeth. They can correct the look of crooked, gapped, irregular, or discolored teeth. Veneers have the power to dramatically transform the look of your smile.

Teeth whitening

Some foods and beverages like berries, red wine, and coffee can stain teeth and affect the look of your smile. As part of your smile makeover, professional in-office teeth whitening at Brightleaf Dental eliminates staining as it whitens. Dr. Satvat helps you select a shade before your treatment to give you a bright, natural-looking smile.

Braces

Braces have cosmetic and functional benefits, and they’re one of the most well-known elements of a smile makeover. Braces straighten teeth and align your bite to help you chew and speak correctly. Dr. Satvat is happy to offer Invisalign® clear aligners as an alternative to braces.

Crowns

Dental crowns are caps that cover the entire surface of teeth. They add strength to teeth that have cracks or decay, but they also have cosmetic benefits because they cover discolored teeth and match the look of natural teeth. 

Dental implants

If you have missing teeth, you may include dental implants as part of your smile makeover. Implants are permanent replacement teeth that fuse with your jawbone and look and function just like natural teeth. Replacing missing teeth with implants improves mouth function and completes your smile.

Your custom smile makeover consultation

Your smile is as unique as your personality. That’s why every smile makeover at Brightleaf Dental is customized for the individual. Your smile makeover journey begins with a consultation with Dr. Satvat.

Dr. Satvat and our team take your lifestyle, age, and personality into consideration as we prepare your treatment plan. Come to your consultation prepared to talk about your cosmetic and functional concerns, as well as your goals for your smile makeover.

Your smile makeover may include a number of elements, from restorative dentistry like implants or dentures to cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening or veneers. Some treatments may take just one office visit, while others may require a series of visits.

The amount of time your smile makeover takes from start to finish varies, because everyone’s treatment plan is different. Talk to Dr. Satvat to learn more about how long it might take to achieve your customized smile. 

Let your smile shine with a customized smile makeover from Dr. Satvat. Contact our office for your consultation today.

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