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Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before a Cosmetic Dentistry Appointment
Cosmetic dentistry is an excellent way to improve your smile, transforming imperfections into beautiful teeth. With so many treatment options and a world of possibilities it is important to narrow down what your goals and objectives are before meeting with the dentist. This will ensure that you can clearly articulate what you want to accomplish.
When scheduling an appointment with our office, we recommend that you have your teeth cleaned and examined at the same time. This way we can help to keep your teeth healthy and be sure that there are no lingering health issues that need to be addressed prior to starting any cosmetic work. Once the examination is complete, pull out your list of notes and let us know what you don't like about your smile.
Before your appointment consider the following:
How much time do you have available? Any type of dental work comes with a time commitment. Whether it is one appointment or five, we need to know how much time you have available along with if you are on a deadline. For example, if you are getting married in six months we will want to know about it so that all of your treatments can be scheduled accordingly. This may influence which treatments we recommend. Simultaneously, if it is hard for you to take time off of work we will want to know so that we can look for appointment times that would work for you and allow for recovery over the weekend. There is no right or wrong answer; we just need the information to plan accordingly.
How white do you want your teeth? It is important for you to feel comfortable with your teeth. In our cosmetic dentistry office, we need to know how white you want your teeth to get. Whether completing a teeth whitening procedure or applying dental veneers or crowns, we need to know the shade you are comfortable with so that they can be created accordingly.
What don't you like about your smile? Come with a list of the things that you would improve if you could. This should be as specific as possible so that we can be sure to address each issue. For example, “I don't like my smile” makes it difficult to provide treatment recommendations. On the other hand, “I don't like the gaps in between my teeth or their color” is easy to understand and to identify treatment solutions. We can easily see what issues are preventing your smile from looking perfect, but it is unnecessary to treat something that isn't bothering you.
Do you like the appearance of your gums? Many people suffer from a gummy smile where too much of their gum tissue shows for comfort. Others struggle with a receding gum line. We can help you with both problems and need to know how you feel about your gums.
Our cosmetic dentistry office has a plethora of options for treating your teeth and correcting any imperfections in your smile. By coming prepared to discuss what you want, we can make more thorough treatment recommendations.
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When you are ready to improve your smile, our cosmetic dentist office can provide the advice and treatment you need to attain your desired results. Continue reading to learn more about the procedures and care advice we offer.We offer a variety of cosmetic dental makeover procedures that include, but are not limited to, porcelain veneers,…
If you are looking for same-day dentistry, call our Houston office at (281) 826-5264 to schedule an appointment. We understand how busy life can be, running from work to school to daycare and family activities. The list can be endless, and sometimes it is difficult to schedule professional teeth cleaning procedures, let alone appointments for…