Pella dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Allen, would like to wish you a very happy 2014. With the start of a fresh new year, you are likely to think about things that you might want to change. This is a very common mindset, post-holidays. Some of the most typical resolutions include losing weight, exercising more frequently, saving money, and spending more time with family. What about making changes in your physical appearance that affect your quality of life? This is what a smile makeover answers to, and there’s no better time than the present to undergo cosmetic dentistry to unveil the smile of your dreams.
The star of a smile makeover show is cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic procedures are the elements of a smile makeover that you and your loved ones will notice the most. Some of the most popular treatments in cosmetic dentistry are:
- Dental bonding
- Porcelain veneers
- White fillings
- Porcelain dental crowns
- Teeth Whitening
- Invisible orthodontics
Before cosmetic dentistry options are viable, you must have a healthy and strong foundation. This means that you will need to undergo any necessary restorative dental work if infection or significant damage are present in your mouth. Common restorative treatments are:
- Composite Fillings
- Dental Bridges
- Dental Implants
- Gum disease treatment
Don’t Forget to Prevent
Once you have gone through the time, effort, and financial commitment involved with a smile makeover, you’ll want to be consistent with your preventive dental care. Dr. Allen wants to see you at least every six months for a dental checkup and cleaning. This gives our team the opportunity to clear your teeth of plaque and tartar buildup, treat cavities or other issues at the earliest possible stage, and screen for oral cancer.
New Year’s Checkup from Pella Dentist
Do you want to start your new year with a confident, new smile? Dr. Jeffrey Allen provides comfortable dental care to patients of all ages. Call (641) 628-1121 today to schedule a checkup and cleaning, cosmetic consultation, or second-opinion visit. We are located on the west side of the historic town square in Pella, IA. Please see the map for directions.