Sure, the kids heading back to school may be getting most of the attention this time of year, along with the new clothes, backpacks, lunch boxes and other necessities they will need for another swell school semester. But that doesn’t mean that you, as a teacher or administrator, don’t deserve some fall updates of your own. Instead of hitting the mall for a few new outfits, though, why not make an investment in your greatest asset, and one that will never go out of style, your smile? Cosmetic dentistry offers a number of ways to hide imperfections, and to leave you with a more beautiful and radiant smile, just in time for picture day, and all the other fun this academic year will hold!
Which Cosmetic Treatment Is Right for You?
There are a number of cosmetic dental procedures that can help to improve your smile’s appearance, making it possible to hide most any imperfections, and to leave you with a more beautiful smile.
From staining to spacing problems, and inconsistencies in the shape or size of the teeth, there are several ways a cosmetic dentist can help to hide common dental imperfections.
- Whitening – if your only concern is staining or discoloration, then professional whitening treatment could help. Unlike many over-the-counter whitening products, which lighten teeth gradually over time, professional treatment can help create noticeable results, quickly.
- Veneers – Porcelain veneers have long been one of the most popular forms of cosmetic treatment, and that is because the veneers can be used to address a host of concerns, quickly and with beautifully natural-looking results. If you’re concerned by the size of your teeth, permanent staining, or even minor gaps between the teeth, veneers can offer a wonderful solution!
ABOUT YOUR WACO, TX, DENTIST:
We look forward to providing families with exceptional care and advanced treatment options. To schedule an appointment with Corbet Locke, DDS, contact our Waco, TX, dental office today by calling 254-776-4888. Our office welcomes patients in and around Waco, TX, including Hewitt, McGregor, Woodway, and the surrounding Central Texas communities.