- December 1, 2016
Around Christmas, many of us start planning for meeting all those friends and family. This year, don’t show up with stained, cracked, or chipped teeth. Call us at 603-546-7460 today and give yourself the gift of cosmetic dentistry. Our team of dentists are highly trained and experienced in helping people have great looking smiles with teeth whitening, dental veneers, and more.
Why Cosmetic Dentistry Makes A Great Gift
Cosmetic dentistry is not just about a healthy-looking, amazing smile. The benefits go beyond how it looks.
- Your confidence and self-esteem can improve when you look that nice.
- You can make a better first impression when meeting people.
- Your coworkers can take you more seriously because you look more professional.
- Your teeth and gums can be healthier.
That’s why you deserve the gift of cosmetic dentistry this year. Call us today at 603-546-7460 to schedule an appointment for you or your spouse. Their teeth can probably use some help as well.
How Cosmetic Dentistry Helps Your Smile
What specific ways can cosmetic dentistry help you this Christmas season?
– Brighten your smile with teeth whitening.
Over the years, most people’s pearly whites collect stains until they’re not exactly white anymore. Tobacco, coffee, tomato sauce, and more are dark enough to make your smile look dark and dingy. And those drugstore whitening kits are either too complicated or don’t work as well.
Call us today and schedule an appointment for teeth whitening. Our Zoom teeth whitening system can lift dark stains so your smile is bright again. With our dentists’ experience and education, they know how to safely but effectively whiten your teeth.
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– Hide damage and stains with dental veneers.
If you have stained teeth but you also have problems with chips or cracks, teeth whitening will only help with the color. That’s where dental veneers can help this Christmas. These thin but durable shells are bonded to the front of your teeth. They hide stains and damage as soon as they’re placed.
That’s why you need to call our Nashua, NH dental office today. By making an appointment for dental veneers, you can soon have a healthy-looking smile that everyone will want to see. Plus, our dentists are skilled enough to help cover small gaps between teeth and irregular edges with dental veneers.
– Move your gums higher or lower with gum reshaping.
Your gums are an important and visible part of your smile. If the gumline is too close to the teeth, your smile looks oddly small. If the gumline is too far away, your teeth look strangely large. Either way, your smile isn’t as attractive as it can be.
Call Nashua Family Dentistry today at 603-546-7460 and schedule an appointment to reshape your gums. Our dentists have the advanced training necessary to safely remove excess gum tissue or graft healthy gum tissue where needed.
– Fill in chips and cracks with tooth bonding.
A more affordable option to correct unsightly damage on your teeth is tooth bonding. Here, our dentists carefully place a tooth-colored resin on the surface of your teeth. This resin is thick and can be shaped to fill in chips, worn edges, or cracks. Plus, this cosmetic dentistry treatment can whiten teeth as well.
By calling us today, you can schedule an appointment for tooth bonding. Our dentists have experience in using that resin artfully so your smile looks amazing.
– Combine any of these for a complete smile makeover.
Many smiles have more than just one cosmetic dentistry problem. You can easily have stained teeth, a gummy smile, and a hairline but noticeable crack. That’s when you can get a smile makeover. This is a plan to use several cosmetic dentistry treatments in the right order. This way, you can address all those problems.
Christmas is a time for giving and getting. Having a wonderful smile is something you deserve, especially around the holidays, because it can help you feel more confident and self-assured. Call Nashua Family Dentistry today at 603-546-7460 or use our online form and give the gift of cosmetic dentistry this year.