Everyone’s smile is unique, but some smiles have a common characteristic – delightfully gapped front teeth known as lucky teeth. A diastema is a space or gap between two teeth, and while some folks want to eliminate this gap, others embrace it. So, are you feeling lucky by sticking with what you have? Or are you choosing to make your own luck by undergoing cosmetic dentistry?
There is no shortage of ways to make your smile look better. Depending on how your teeth look now and the condition of your oral health, you may be a good candidate for cosmetic dentistry, or you may need restorative dentistry to rebuild the foundation of your smile. No matter what camp you fall into, here are 12 ways to improve your smile in 2020.
Some people plan summer vacations, others plan to take care of themselves during the warmer months. You will be in good company if you choose to use this time of year to get a smile makeover. Summer is a great time for change, to see the world anew, and to give yourself permission to find joy – your smile and your overall appearance.
If you’re shy about showing off your teeth in your online dating profile, what’s going to happen if you make a match and then meet in person? Filters don’t work in the real world, but cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry do. A good smile makes you stand out and makes you more approachable, interesting, and attractive. Whether in photos or in person, having great teeth is often the element that wins you the upper hand, and the love match.
The month of March doesn’t seem to be showing many signs of spring yet, but there’s no reason you can’t focus on cleaning up your smile. The weather will catch up eventually. This time of year is a great opportunity to refresh yourself and feel better about how you look just in time for the warmer months. It’ll be a wonderful summer ahead when you use the springtime to upgrade your teeth with a smile makeover.
“All you need is less” seems to be the saying many people are living by amid the Marie Kondo fad of tidying up. A beautiful smile, however, is not and will never be a fad. In fact, you can’t have too much of a gorgeous smile. Cosmetic dentistry and a smile makeover will get you to the point where your smile will spark joy every day, every time you look in the mirror.
If you’ve reached an age where you feel like you need a smile makeover but think you’re simply too old to indulge yourself, know this: A smile makeover would significantly improve your appearance and not every makeover involves major work, time, money, or commitment. In fact, some smile makeovers are small in every way but offer maximum impact no matter what age you are.