Is Your Smile Ready for Holiday Photos?

October 19, 2018
Posted By: Dr. Richard Leung
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Thanksgiving is about a month away, and the winter holidays aren’t far behind! It is a time to renew relationships with old friends and family and indulge in some favorite forbidden treats.

And there will be photos – lots of photos. Smartphones and cameras will be clicking away and capturing the good times to share on social media, but will your smile be ready? Will this finally be the holiday season that you are the person with the smile others envy?

Achieve Your Best Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

If you are ready to improve your smile, cosmetic dentistry offers the solution you need. You can choose from procedures such as:

  • Teeth whitening
  • Cosmetic bonding
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Porcelain crowns
  • Adult orthodontics

Which treatment or combination will get your smile where you want it to be? The place to start is with a visit to your cosmetic dentist in Temple for a smile consultation to discuss your desires.

A Healthy, Beautiful Smile Takes Time

It pays to be realistic when considering your timeline; you wouldn’t paint a house that’s crumbling underneath, and you wouldn’t use cosmetic dentistry on an unhealthy smile.

That’s why today is the perfect time to start. If there are underlying problems like gum disease or decay, we need to address those first. Once your teeth and gums are healthy, we can go ahead with whatever cosmetic treatment you desire.

Let Us Help Redesign Your Smile

Dr. Richard Leung has helped transform the smiles of many patients using cosmetic dentistry. Unless there are some complex problems like tooth misalignment to address, you should have a more beautiful, harmonious smile in time for the holiday fun.

Please call us to arrange a convenient time to come in and talk to Dr. Rich about your goals for a better smile for the holidays and beyond.

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