A Smile Speaks Volumes — So Make Sure Yours Looks Good!

What is the value of a smile? You have seen the impact a grin can have firsthand: a smile can spark a new relationship; it can brighten someone’s day; it can seal a new business deal. A smile can also do wonders for your self-confidence. A beaming facial expression is invaluable, and we make it our goal to restore as many beautiful, radiant smiles as possible. Few people consider just how important a radiant grin is until it’s gone. The procedures we perform can return your happy expression, renew your confidence, and improve your overall quality of life.

Far too many people have teeth that are damaged, discolored, broken, or missing and these issues can make you self-conscious about smiling or talking, and can affect your job, your interpersonal relationships and even your love life. Don’t put up with the shame of not being able to smile in pictures due to the unsightly appearance of your deeply yellowed, browned, or blackened teeth.

Teeth that are discolored or damaged give the impression that you don’t take care of them. Damaged teeth, due to their irregular shape, can also begin to accumulate bacteria and tartar, causing cavities that can lead to bad breath, infection, and disease, not to mention making you appear very unhygienic. Broken teeth are also a hazard because they can cut or puncture the soft, delicate linings of the mouth and the bacteria living on them can infect these openings.

Fortunately, we can treat these problems with procedures that can correct your teeth and restore your smile, such as extraction, veneers, whitening, reshaping, and many other techniques. If you are in need of cosmetic dentistry, make an appointment with us to ensure that the job will be done right. Do not continue to suffer in silence! Contact us at Cosmetic Dental Associates today to schedule a procedure to transform your smile.

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