The end of 2017 is quickly approaching, and 2018 is just around the corner. When you look back on the year that was, what will you remember?
Will you remember the good times spent with family and friends? Will you remember visiting that place you’ve had on your bucket list for years? Will you remember taking a chance and applying for that new job?
Or will you remember the opportunities that you missed because you were embarrassed by the condition of your teeth?
If it’s the latter, please call 978-278-1760 to schedule a consultation at our dentist office in Peabody, MA. Our dental veneers can improve your smile and restore your confidence to do the things you want to do in the coming year.
Our team at Contemporary Dentistry & Implantology are on your side. Let us show you what a difference veneers could make.
Who Are Good Candidates For Dental Veneers?
We like veneers, in part, because they can do so many things for so many people. We’ve seen them revive our patients’ smiles. At the same time, veneers seem to lift patients’ spirits at when they see those new smiles.
Veneers can help a mom who has put everyone else’s needs ahead of her own for decades. In that time, her teeth may have become more stained than she would like. Veneers can give her a bright, white, vibrant smile once again.
Veneers can help a single man who has lacked self-confidencebecause of a broken tooth he received in a pickup basketball game years ago. Veneers can fix that tooth and help him feel more confident in social situations.
Veneers can help a young woman who is starting a new career. She could close the gap between her teeth, which she’s felt self-conscious about for a long time. Getting veneers just might make it easier for her to apply for a job at the company where she wants to work.
And veneers may be great for a bride and groom who want to look their best on their wedding day and in the pictures they will be looking at for the rest of their lives. Veneers can help them both have teeth that look straight and pearly white in time for their big day.
We can’t name every possible person who could benefit from one veneer or a full set of veneers. But we can say that veneers have helped countless people who have visited our dental professionals for the last 30 years.
Getting Dental Veneers Is Easy
In addition to being incredibly versatile, veneers are also simple to get and one of the fastest ways to transform your smile. In a matter of a few weeks, you could give your smile a big upgrade.
Veneers are made of a durable but natural-looking porcelain. They are thin shells that are bonded to the front of teeth to change their appearance.
The process for getting veneers is practically pain-free and easy. During a consultation with one of our dentists, we can examine your smile and discuss what changes you would like to make. If you are a good candidate for veneers (and many people are) or one of our other cosmetic services, then we can schedule a time for your treatment.
The first step is removing a thin layer of enamel from the tooth or teeth that will be receiving veneers. Then we take an impression. This way your veneers will be custom-made both to fit your tooth or teeth and so your smile will look how you want it to look.
When your veneers are ready, you will return to our office to have them bonded in place. Based on our experience, this is an emotional moment for many of our patients. Many people are surprised (in a good way) by how different their smiles look after their veneers are on their teeth.
Improving your smile can be a life-changing experience for many patients. This isn’t like getting a new outfit or a new haircut. Your smile is something you carry with you all the time. When you feel good about your smile, it can help you feel more relaxed and more confident in a variety of situations.
Are Dental Veneers Right For You?
To find out, plan a visit to Contemporary Dentistry & Implantology soon if you live in or near Peabody, MA. Help make 2018 a good year by giving yourself a great smile.
Call 978-278-1760 today or contact us online to request an appointment.