The 6 Elements of a Beautiful Smile

Dentists have talked about giving patients a beautiful smile for decades. A smile has an enormous social impact and can create a dynamic first impression. Furthermore, we all know that smiling is fun. In fact, most of us would agree that we want to be able to smile as much as possible. However, sometimes we get self-conscious about an aspect of our smile, and that makes us reconsider showing off our pearly whites. In our modern age, we’re even more cognizant of our smiles, as the number of pictures of our smiles is amplified by our social media platforms, which consistently display our smile for all of our friends and the public to see.

A beautiful smile can be an ambiguous concept. What are we really talking about when we refer to a ‘beautiful smile?’ A beautiful smile is composed of more than just straight or white teeth. In fact, when dentists talk about a beautiful smile, they’re most likely thinking about these 6 elements:

1. Straight teeth without spacing/crowding problems

2. Very little discoloration

3. No gaps or missing teeth

4. No cracked or broken teeth

5. Healthy, pink gums

6. A minimal gum line when you smile

If you’re concerned about one of these elements, we can help you achieve the smile you crave.

We perform a wide variety of cosmetic dental procedures, most of which have a significantly positive impact on your overall dental health, as well.

Some of our most popular and impactful cosmetic procedures include:

Dental Implants

– Invisalign

– Lumineers

– Teeth Whitening

– Six-month Smile

– and many more

If you have any questions or if you would like to schedule a free consultation, please contact our team or make an appointment. Our incredible staff will give you the best dental care possible.

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