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Your Options to That Million Dollar Smile

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Screen Shot 2015-05-06 at 12.58.48 pmWe’d all love a fantastic smile, but it’s easy to imagine it has to come at a price. Of course some cosmetic dental treatments are complex and expensive but this needn’t necessarily be the case.

Which Treatments Won’t Cost a Fortune?

Your choice of treatments is quite varied and many are simpler than you’d think. It all depends on the types of changes you’d like to make to your smile, so begin by taking an objective view of your teeth and make a list of the things you’d most like to improve. Perhaps you’d like to close up that gap in between your front teeth or maybe years of drinking tea and coffee have left your teeth looking less than pearly white. Your treatment choices may include dental bonding, teeth whitening and dental veneers, while more complex treatments include dental implants and crowns and bridges. Even a simple one-hour teeth whitening treatment can make an enormous difference.

What is the Next Step in Getting That Million Dollar Smile?

Your next step should be to book an appointment with one of our dentists at Apple Dental. We can discuss your smile with you, listening carefully to your concerns so that we can devise a treatment plan that fits within your budget and timeframe. We will also need to check your teeth and gums to ensure they are healthy as good oral health is critical to the success of cosmetic dental procedures.

How Long Will My New Smile Last?

With proper care, your new smile should last for several years. Tooth whitening treatments can be safely topped up at regular intervals to keep your teeth looking their best.

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