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How to Customize Your Smile the Way You Want it

October 5, 2018
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Posted By: Anis Elkhechen, DMD
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With the latest technologies, it’s easier than ever to get the smile you want without a lot of hassle.

At Groves Dental Care in Loxahatchee, FL we specialize in all kinds of cosmetic dental procedures and treatments, but one of our favorite approaches is smile design—combining treatments and procedures to give patients the very best results. 

With smile design, it is all about giving you the smile you deserve!

How Can Smile Design Help Me?

Maybe you have a few short teeth that don’t quite reach the height of your other teeth. In this case, porcelain veneers would work great to bring uniform height to your smile.

But suppose a few of the shorter teeth are weak and can’t support a veneer? Porcelain crowns can be used to heighten some teeth while porcelain veneers heighten others. 

Other smile design benefits include:

  • A younger-looking smile
  • Combined treatments and procedures to give you the best results
  • Straighter teeth without a standard go-to like braces—often the first thing you think of when considering cosmetic dentistry. 

Smile design means looking at your smile to evaluate all that can be done to improve the health and appearance of your teeth. 

At Groves Dental Care, we examine several things before deciding the best option for your smile design, including but not limited to:

  • How your teeth are angled
  • How the midline lines up
  • How symmetric your gum line is 
  • How healthy your gums appear
  • How white your teeth are

Smile design is your dentists chance to be an artist, and you’ll love the results!

Get a Smile Design Consultation in Loxahatchee

To discover the many cosmetic issues that can be fixed with smile design, call our office to schedule a consultation today. 

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