It’s a simple fact that a great smile can really boost your chances of success in life. As well as increasing confidence levels, it can also change people’s perceptions of you – if you don’t smile much, people may assume it’s because you’re not very friendly when really, you’re just self-conscious about your teeth.
Conversely, having discolored, uneven, missing or chipped teeth not only inhibits you socially and professionally, but can also age you considerably.
Of course, not everyone has the time, inclination or the funds to have expensive restorative dental work. For sensitive patients too, the thought of potentially invasive, often irreversible dental procedures can be really off-putting.
Enter the SnapOn Smile!
This patented treatment offers all the benefits of veneers or implants but without the discomfort or large price tag of more permanent treatments. For people with challenging dental problems, the SnapOn Smile can be life-changing. It also provides an ideal temporary solution for people undergoing extensive dental restoration work in between appointments.
Consisting of a thin, natural-looking removable appliance that fits over discolored, crooked or missing teeth, the SnapOn Smile is designed to give your face – and your smile – an instant lift. In as little as two consultations, and with no invasive procedures, you too could have a Hollywood smile.
So how does it work?
At your first consultation, your dentist will take an impression of your mouth, and then send off your measurements to a laboratory that will create a custom-made SnapOn Smile that is fitted at your next appointment. It’s as straightforward as that!
Ideal for use at social events, job interviews or special occasions, the SnapOn Smile offers a very affordable temporary solution for people with challenging dental issues.
If you’d like to find out whether you’re a potential candidate for a SnapOn Smile, why not contact the Obrochta Smile Center? To talk to the team, simply call 727-321-4464 today.
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