One thing some people worry about if they’re considering a smile makeover: will you make my smile look just like everyone else’s? Most of us feel conflicted about the appearance of our smiles. There are some things we love about it, things that are unique and give it character. Then there are some things that we definitely do not like, that make it unattractive. We want to keep the one and get rid of the other.
The good thing is that a smile makeover can do exactly that.
The good thing about a smile makeover is that it can be completely customized to your cosmetic goals. If you have just one tooth that makes you unhappy because of its size, shape, or color, it can be fixed with a porcelain veneer or dental crown.
If you’re unhappy with crooked teeth, they can be moved with Invisalign but will still retain their unique size and shape. We can even straighten crowded or rotated teeth off to the side while maintaining your characteristic gap.
In music, an equalizer allows you to change the relative volume of different frequencies so that you can turn up the bass if you love bass, or turn up the treble if you prefer to hear higher-pitched tones. We can do the same thing with your smile.
Maybe the things you love about your smile and the things you hate are actually the same things. You love them, you just wish they weren’t quite so pronounced. A smile makeover can be used to turn down the volume on some aspects of your smile. It can also be used to turn up the volume on other parts so the things you don’t like aren’t as pronounced.
You should never be afraid to come in and talk about a smile makeover. No matter what, at Nicolas A. Ravon, DDS, MSD, you will always be in complete control of your smile makeover. You tell us what you want to achieve, and we will make it happen. We are excellent communicators and we will use digital images, diagrams, and before and after photos of our patients to make sure we understand exactly what you’re looking for. And then we’ll give it to you.