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Snap On Your Smile

 A smile is an important feature, unfortunately not everyone has been naturally blessed with gorgeous looking white teeth. As a result, cosmetic dentistry is one of the largest growing sectors within the dental care industry and estimates have suggested that optional dental treatments such as teeth whitening, dental veneers and dental bonding can generate half a million dollars in revenue per dental practice. Snap on smiles are the latest trend contributing to the cosmetic dentistry income mix.

As with any type of beauty, the attractiveness of a smile is in the eye of a beholder. While some individuals are following trends in cosmetic dentistry such as paying money to tweak their smiles to feature diastema, elongated cuspid teeth or less-than-perfect teeth, others invest their resources at the dentist to get a gorgeous looking smile devoid of such imperfections. Snap on smiles are the latest cosmetic dentistry technique for those who favor the latter.

About Snap On Smiles

Snap on smiles are nothing new, however until the recent trend, the fake gnashers were primary reserved for being used as fake teeth on Halloween, within the entertainment industry or on the child pageant circuit (where the devices are called flippers). Now dentists are handcrafting the items for patients in need.

Snap on smiles are growing in popularity for numerous reasons. The devices are easy and painless to create, a dentist simply takes an impression of the teeth to be covered and off of that mold (and the feedback of a patient) fake teeth are constructed that will easily lock into place over an existing smile. While with other types of restorative dentistry dental health is a high priority in order for the treatments to take, a snap on smile can instantly improve the looks while a patient and dentist can target dental health behind the scenes. Plus the devices are far less expensive than traditional cosmetic dentist work, ranging from around $1,000 to $2,000 for a complete set while other options like dental veneers can cost many times more.

Other Dental Treatments to Fix a Smile

The snap on smile craze is the most recent addition to cosmetic dentistry options for enabling patients to get a great smile. However, since dentistry is a personal choice, consumers may also opt to improve their smiles using a variety of dental treatments such as:

  • Tooth Whitening (either professional or DIY)
  • Dental Braces
  • Dental Implants
  • Dental Bridges
  • Dentures
  • Dental Veneers
  • Tooth Bonding
  • Dental Onlays
  • Dental Inlays

Dental Health First

The smoke and mirror effect provided by the snap on smiles can nearly make an individual forget that they have any dental problems in the first place. However, no matter how a person choose to mask or improve the appearance of teeth, their main goal should be to implement exceptional oral hygiene (brushing, flossing and regular dental visits) in order to ensure dental health on the up and up. No matter how great they look, it is important to remember that snap on teeth is simply a beauty aid similar to wigs, false eyelashes and concealer.

Individuals looking to find a dentist that can help improve their dental health by providing dental treatments for gum disease or tooth decay and who can create a snap on smile can call 0900-DENTIST.

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