Cosmetic dentistry can have a positive impact on your life in several ways. For example, if you have crooked, discolored, or missing teeth, cosmetic dental procedures can improve the appearance of your smile, which can boost your confidence and self-esteem. Having a beautiful smile can also make a good impression on others, which can improve [...]
Your smile is one of the first features that many people notice about you. So, if your teeth are crooked, discolored or just not in the condition they used to be, you might not feel comfortable smiling when you are around new people. There was a time when our Shelby Township dental patients didn’t have [...]
Prom is right around the corner and we here at HPS Advanced Dental Care know that you want to look your very best in person as well as in pictures. One action that will help you to appear your best is a beautiful, sparkling smile. There is plenty of time to stop in our office [...]
Cosmetic Dentistry. It brings to mind the photos of your favorite movie star with their $1 Million smile that probably cost that much to get. What is often times missing from the doctor-patient discussion regarding cosmetic dental procedures is the health benefits of having these procedures done. You might be wondering, “How can cosmetic dentistry benefit my health?” It’s a great question, one that many dental professionals do not regularly communicate to their patients. Cosmetic procedures include teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, dental implants, and Invisalign© Invisible Braces, just to name a few. All of these procedures have benefits that can affect your oral health and total wellness.
A smile is a very simple thing that means a lot. It can transform the world around you and revive the lonely spirit of a person. Having crooked or misaligned teeth can have a serious impact on your confidence and your life. There are many reasons that inspire people to change and improve their smile. Are you the only one not smiling in your holiday photos? Do you feel self conscious when meeting someone new or giving a presentation at work? You are not alone, with surveys showing that a huge proportion of people in the Western world would change something about their smile if they had the chance. From aging baby boomers to brides and grooms-to-be to job seekers, patients are getting the smile they’ve always wanted. New research has shown more than half of brides-to-be and about 40% of grooms-to-be consider cosmetic dentistry. About 60% of women have considered teeth whitening and 75% of men have considered porcelain veneers.