Regain Optimal Dental Function and Bring Back Your Confidence with a Smile Makeover
For a majority of your life, the thing people will notice first about you is your smile. It happens to be a part of your appearance that can always remain timeless. With what procedures are offered today in the dental industry, practically anything can be corrected, perfected, improved, straightened, and completely revamped. Services that range from maintenance to cosmetic are easily accessible and offices like North Pointe Dental Associates offer affordable choices in cosmetic dentistry in Tampa.
While there is no scientific evidence that your smile determines your success, statistical data on perceptions is sound information to influence your consideration of cosmetic dentistry. According to CBS Local Media (2016), PR Newswire states that “77% of women think crooked teeth are worse than a receding hairline, and 22% of Americans think they would have a better love life if they had better teeth. On a professional level, 78% of Americans perceive adults with crooked teeth to be unsuccessful, while 14% feel they might be missing out on a better job than if they got their teeth fixed.” (The First Thing Someone Notices When They Meet You).
It does not really matter what your reason for considering cosmetic dentistry is, what matters is how you feel about yourself. Our confidence is what truly affects our success. Most people feel more confident with a bright smile. Let’s face it, you can run out of the house with messy hair and no make-up, but that bright smile will be what people remember about you the most (CBS Local Media, 2016). Tampa full mouth reconstruction is made possible at North Pointe Dental Associates through comprehensive treatments that are customized to suit your personal needs. Crowns, bridges, dental implants, straightening teeth, there are a number of things that can be done for a complete smile make over. So much of our dental functionality is dependent upon our bite and general construction of our teeth. If the balance is off and work is needed, our dental function can be dramatically improved with full mouth reconstruction.
There are numerous problems that need comprehensive dental treatments to address the issues at hand, and the doctor’s desired results combine both aesthetics and function as the end goal. When you are having your mouth completely reconstructed, you may or may not need to remove some to all of your teeth in order to start from scratch. Veneers are not just for looks, they can actually improve a patient’s bite for chewing their food. When you have a smile make over, it is not always necessary to remove all your current teeth. In many cases, doctors are able to rebuild a patient’s tooth. This means in many cases they will simply remove the unhealthy or damaged part of the tooth and rebuild the tooth from there. Such procedures are called onlays, inlays, or crowns. The crown procedure covers the entire crown surface of the damaged tooth, while onlays cover just the damaged area; that would be just a part of the tooth versus the entire surface. (American College of Prosthodontists, 2016).
One thing is for sure, a consultation with your doctor can give you a better idea of what treatments you will need to achieve your desired results. Your doctor can put you at ease by clarifying what each procedure includes and the duration of the reconstruction process itself. In many cases an insurance policy will cover most to all of the costs when functionality can be improved. Speak with your insurance provider after you have spoken with your doctor.
You don’t have to work in television to want a great smile. In many fields, a big smile is trusted by consumers over a person that does not smile. Beyond consumers and professions, your interactions with the people around you determine your relationships with them. Being confident transfers in what you do. A bigger, more beautiful smile can boost your confidence helping you to be the person you were meant to be. Don’t let your smile be what is missing from your life; call North pointe Dental for a consultation today
American College of Prosthodontists. (2016). ACP. Retrieved from http://gotoapro.org
CBS Local Media. (2016). Mix 96. Retrieved from http://kymx.cbslocal.com/