How to Make your Smile Stand Out in 2018
- Posted on: Dec 30 2017
With every new year comes a renewed sense of motivation, at least for most people. We make plans to drop that last 10 pounds, or at least to start eating more fruits and vegetables. New Year’s is a time of new beginnings, that is for sure, and that can pay off when you include your smile in your plans for a great year ahead. At Ridgeview Family Dental in Windsor, Oak Grove, and Warrensburg, we support great smiles with quality preventive, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry services.
Prevention is where it’s at! Why suffer needless stress and pain when you can make your smile a priority? Routine dental care takes a couple of hours, a couple of days out of the year. When you look at it like that, scheduling your dental exams and cleanings may come much easier. These twice-a-year visits with your dentist may be enough to keep you in your best smile year after year . . . after year.
We would much rather see you avoid uncomfortable dental issues like cavities and fractures. Should such events occur, our priority turns to the fastest possible resolution? Restorative dentistry is best conducted during the earliest stage of tooth damage. This way, repair is far less involved; a tooth-colored filling versus a root canal. Restorative dentistry conducted by our friendly team is also made as comfortable as possible. Ask us how nitrous oxide can take the stress out of dental care!
Many people are motivated to improve the way they look at the turn of a new year, and the smile is an excellent starting point. In fact, it may be the ending point, too, due to the dramatic way the smile affects the entire face. Treatment as convenient as teeth whitening has been said to rejuvenate the face for several years. Porcelain veneers, another popular method of enhancing the smile, are capable of dramatic changes such as closing gaps and “straightening” teeth.
Learn more about how your family dentist can help you bring your best smile to this party of life. Call Ridgeview Family Dentistry at 660-747-9117
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