The holidays are coming to an end, at least for a short time, and that means that millions of people are thinking about their New Year’s Resolutions. Instead of making plans only for the future, how about heading straight into the new year with the smile you’ve always felt was meant for your face? The team at Advanced Dental Arts in Grayslake can help you brighten, straighten, perfect, and prime your smile for true beauty and lasting health.
Here’s how . . .
If you’ve ever put off a dental visit, you know that a small problem can pretty quickly become a large problem. And when dental problems mount, a lot can go wrong. When your teeth or gums are in pain, chances are it will be difficult to concentrate and engage in life as your best self. Pain can make it difficult to eat comfortably, and to feel good in general. Restorative care from our experienced team seeks to quickly resolve discomfort and restore a pain-free state. Then, we move on to optimal repair so your teeth and gums can perform at optimal levels, and you can, too.
Much of the time, New Year’s resolutions revolve around looking and feeling better. The smile fits right in to this ideal! Research has confirmed that a first impression largely stems from the smile. People polled by experts have stated that they remember a beautiful smile, but not one that is unattractive. Employers have stated that they find themselves more drawn to job applicants with attractive smiles. Clearly, there are advantages to cosmetic improvements like teeth whitening or porcelain veneers! But the most important benefit from cosmetic dentistry is what it does for your own sense of self-confidence. Whether you want to disguise a minor imperfection or transform your whole smile, let’s talk!
What better way to attend to your health and wellness – and self-esteem – than by seeing your dentist long before problems can get out of hand? No matter what time of year it is, it is always a good time to get regular with dental care. Routine checkups should be scheduled at six-month intervals, unless you are fighting advanced gum disease; then we may want to see you more often.