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Quick Ways To Fix Your Smile For The Holidays

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Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year will be here before we know it. We hope you will enjoy those celebrations with family and friends.

If you do, you’re likely to take lots of photos, and when you do, we hope you have plenty of reasons to smile. However …

If you are feeling self-conscious about your teeth, you may be hesitant to share your smile in photos. You can change how you feel about your smile, and you may be able to change it sooner than you realize at our Huntsville, AL dental office.

Today we are going to mention three services that can give you a better smile in time for turkey, gifts, and your New Year’s celebration. Contact Jennifer Perkins, DDS, today to schedule your appointment. You can call us at 256-801-0002.

Three Ways to Improve Your Smile Fast

You live in a fast-paced world, and you want to see results as soon as possible. That’s understandable. It’s also why you may be interested in trying these cosmetic options:

 

  • Professional Teeth Whitening — You’ve seen the whitening products in the toothpaste aisle. You may have wondered if they work. You may have even tried some of them. If you are like many people, you may have been disappointed with those results.

 

Professional whitening, which we offer, is stronger than the stuff you’ll find in stores. Our professional whitening contains higher concentrations of bleaching ingredients. That means it can remove deep stains from your smile and do so in less time than store-bought products. We offer both in-office and take-home treatments, so you can get the results you want to see in a way that works for your schedule.

 

  • Tooth Bonding — In our daily lives, things don’t always go as well as we hoped. As a result, you may bump into something. You may bite into something you didn’t expect to be as hard as it was. You may even wear down your teeth gradually without realizing you are doing it.

 

For all of these issues, tooth bonding can be a perfect solution. Using a composite resin, we can repair and rebuild your damaged teeth. In as little as one visit, you could fix these small flaws, which can make a big difference in how you feel about your smile. When the resin is shaped, shaded, and hardened, it will look like a natural part of your teeth.

 

  • Dental Veneers — Dental veneers can correct the same kinds of problems as bonding. Getting veneers takes a little more time, but with proper care, they are more durable that bonding. Veneers also can be used to conceal crooked, crowded, and discolored teeth.

 

For some people, veneers could provide an all-in-one smile makeover. Veneers are custom-made to fit the front of your teeth. While it may take a few weeks to complete the process, you could still see your new smile before you and your family start opening your Christmas gifts.

Feel Great About Sharing Your Smile

We hope you make lots of happy memories during the upcoming holiday season. We also hope you will share your smile with the people you love in person and in pictures.

Dr. Perkins and our team in Huntsville, AL can help. Call 256-801-0002 now or contact us online if you want to give yourself a new reason to smile!

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