Face it: a beautiful smile is more attractive and may bring good karma in your life. For instance, a disarming smile may be enough to get you noticed from a roomful of hopeful candidates applying for a job. No matter how other people may feel about it, a great smile will give you an edge in many professional and social situations.
The effects of a beautiful smile aren’t limited to external factors. People who never have to worry about their smile are less likely to suffer from depression, self-pity or lack of confidence.
Say you don’t have a perfect smile. Your teeth are discoloured or crooked, or you are missing some of them. What can you do? There is still a way to get that perfect smile. Dental science has made ‘smile makeovers’ a possibility, and you should seriously give it some thought.
What is a smile makeover?
Using one or several cosmetic procedures, your dentist or a team of dental professionals may improve the appearance of your smile. Some of the treatments or prostheses your dentist may recommend include teeth whitening, veneers, dental implants and composite bonding.
How does it differ from mouth reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is a procedure or series of procedures that you need dental professionals to perform. A common reason for this is your dental situation’s impact to your health. A smile makeover, on the other hand, is something you choose.
Some of the procedures involved for both a smile makeover and a mouth reconstruction may be the same or similar. A dental lab in the UK may be involved in manufacturing dental prostheses for both.
What may a smile makeover change?
What your dentist recommends for a smile makeover may vary from patient to patient. Some of the most common oral features involved are the colour of the teeth, spacing and alignment, replacement of missing or decayed teeth, improvement of chipped teeth or a gummy smile, and improvement of lips and cheeks for a younger and better-looking smile.
We have the freedom to do whatever we want with our appearance as well as turning it into a personal asset. Think about the benefits of a red carpet-worthy smile. You may also see your dentist for more advice.