A Great Smile for the New Year
- Posted on: Dec 30 2016
The holidays aren’t quite behind us just yet. Now comes the days of considering what we resolve to improve or change in the coming year. Are you thinking about your New Year’s resolutions? We are, too, and we want to offer some suggestions on how your Golden, CO dentist can help you secure a great smile sooner rather than later.
Achieving Health Goals
Health goals around this time of year often include getting into shape or eating healthier. Oral health is also an aspect of wellness that affects all areas of your life. Think of how difficult it is to concentrate when you have a toothache. In addition to the immediate pain you are experiencing, your mind may also wander to thoughts of having to see the dentist, get injected with numbing medication, and undergo restorative care. Tooth damage is our specialty! Our team provides care with a holistic mindset that first focuses on comfort. We then restore your tooth or teeth (or gums) using biocompatible materials that are both attractive and resilient.
Maintaining a New Standard
If you have gone through the effort to correct existing dental problems, the last thing you want is for more damage to occur. We encourage our patients to maintain their six-month recall schedule with us. This way, we are best able to personalize care and monitor oral health within a time frame that makes it difficult for oral bacteria to degrade enamel and connective tissue.
Taking it up a Notch
What better way to start a new year than with optimal confidence in your appearance? Did you know that your smile is what stands out the most when you meet someone for the first time – and often the second and third? We love helping our patients identify the characteristics they want to see when they look in the mirror. Treatment as minor as teeth whitening can transform your smile to look younger and more vibrant. We also disguise imperfections such as cracks, gaps, and stains using a meticulous veneer process.
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