- January 8, 2016
Smiling seems like ancient history to you, doesn’t it?
It takes just a few dozen muscles in your face to do it, but over the years, you know it’s just not that easy. With your crooked or broken teeth, flashing a smile can seem like more effort than lifting a dump truck over your head.
In this day and age, there’s even more to be worried about if your smile is deteriorated than when you were growing up. Instead of faded Polaroids tucked away in yellowing photo albums, you can now find your embarrassing teeth posted on social media for everyone to see.
It definitely gives new meaning to the phrase “grin and bear it.”
And the shame that comes with showing your teeth in front of the camera, or even enjoying a joke with friends, has forced you to forget what it’s like to smile or else you’ll become the butt of the next joke.
So you have learned to cover your embarrassing teeth with a hand. You don’t laugh quite as hard as you used to. Or maybe you’ve simply learned to keep your smile awkwardly shielded beneath your lips.
But what if you didn’t have to do that anymore? What if you could share in those memory-making moments once again instead of sitting on the sidelines because of self-conscious feelings, or due to ignorance of the options available to you?
There’s no “what if” about it, though, because you can smile again, and in ways you never thought possible.
One of the consequences of forgetting how to smile is forgetting that you can change it.
Living in a high-tech world isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, but even the bad comes with some good. You’ll find that modern cosmetic dentistry offers many solutions that can rescue the smile you’ve lost – or create the one you’ve always wanted, but never had.
Our services range from the big to the small. What works for others might not work for you, and we will hold your hand through the entire process to ensure that you’re nothing less than astonished when you look into the mirror.
Full Mouth Reconstruction, Crafted From the Ground Up
My staff and I are skilled in the art of comprehensive cosmetic dentistry, and will choose – based on your input and individual need – from a number of different techniques to give you a full mouth reconstruction.
A full mouth reconstruction goes above and beyond simply repairing damage. It’s an in-depth process that begins with a visit to our Nashua, NH offices for a friendly consultation.
Think of your smile like a collapsed house. The extent and nature of the damage will determine what needs fixing, and how it should be fixed.
- If the “plumbing” is shot, you may need a root canal.
- If the “foundation” is rotten, you may need a new dental implant or a set of implants.
- Or, if you’re unhappy with its current “paint job,” a simple cleaning and teeth whitening may be all that you need.
So in the same way you’d expect a skilled contractor to fix only what needs fixing, my team and I specialize in understanding what makes all of our clients’ smiles unique, and what approaches will be required.
By the end of your customized treatment plan, your mouth’s “property value” will skyrocket!
We constantly strive to understand how our clients’ needs relate to their overall smile, because it enables us to deliver more comprehensive results than other dentists. That means a more beautiful smile that will last you longer.
By completing the exact amount of work that’s necessary, no more and no less, you will maximize the benefits of your new smile with a plan that’s right for you and only you.
Yet you already know that the most important part of letting us help you is to breath new life back into your smile, and back into your sense of self-worth. A full mouth restoration will improve how you meet the world, and make it easier to share in those moments that you thought were lost forever.
Your Restoration Is Waiting … On You
Your problems will only multiply, and your confidence continue to fall, if you continue to settle for less than the smile you deserve. The longer you wait, the more expensive and extensive the rebuilding process can be.
So let us help you remember what it’s like to smile by giving us a call at 603-546-7460. Or you can conveniently request an appointment online to begin the consultation process.