A Year Of Smile Makeovers | The Next One Could Be Yours
Nashville Smile MakeoversIt’s that time again, and we’re all making resolutions to better ourselves in the New Year. Want to gain more confidence? How about improving your look? Get a free consultation, and start your path to a younger looking smile.
In 2015 Dr. Newman has created some beautiful smiles. Why not make the next one yours!?View more Before and Afters in our photo gallery.
This patient received 10 porcelain veneers on top. Look at the difference from before to after! Veneers have become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures for those who want to enhance their smile, because they offer so many benefits. Impressions of your smile are made to create custom veneers, which match the color, shape, and size of your surrounding teeth. This creates a natural looking, beautiful smile. In addition, veneers are extremely durable, functional, easy to clean, last five to ten years with proper care, and less invasive than a crown.
You are likely a candidate for porcelain veneers if your smile has cosmetic imperfections such as minor chips or cracks, discolorations, stains, a worn-down look, wide spacing, or an unappealing shape.
This patient received a smile makeover, which means they received the cosmetic procedures best suited to enhance their smile. So, your smile makeover may consist of different cosmetic procedures.
In general, a smile makeover is a comprehensive review of your smile and oral health with a treatment plan to achieve your ideal smile. A smile makeover can change virtually anything about a person’s smile to improve its appearance. The benefits include a brighter smile with the help of porcelain veneers, crowns, bridges, bonding, or implants. In addition, a smile makeover can fix crooked, overlapping or gapped teeth, missing teeth, and broken or cracked teeth.
If you are in generally good health and want to improve your smile, there’s good news, you are likely a candidate for a smile makeover!
Full Mouth Reconstruction
This image is of a patient who received a full mouth reconstruction. Now, this may seem like a smile makeover, however they are quite different. Mouth reconstruction is often implemented because it is necessary for your oral health. While a full mouth reconstruction does enhance the appearance of your mouth and teeth, it is also designed to enhance their durability, function, and overall health.
The need for a full mouth reconstruction often results from decaying or lost teeth, injured or fractured teeth, severely worn teeth, or head, jaw, or muscle pain resulting from a needed bite adjustment.