A Smile Makeover on Your Schedule
During your consultation, we’ll discuss your desired timetable for your results. Do you need results in a year? Six months? One month? Let us know, and we’ll pick procedures to give you the desired results in that timeframe.
Here are some basic guidelines for achieving results in each timeframe.
One Month Smile Makeover
Although it may seem short, we can achieve remarkable changes in your smile makeover within just one month. Teeth whitening is a swift and impactful procedure. A session with our Sapphire Whitening System in our office takes a little over an hour, delivering significant whitening results. For those looking to enhance their smiles quickly, perhaps for a special event, the Sapphire Whitening System offers a fast and effective solution.
In most cases, we can radically transform your smile with porcelain veneers in less than a month. We can not only brighten your smile but also repair damage, reshape your teeth, even straighten them, and close gaps in your smile.
We can even do dental implants in a month for some people. We can generally deliver a beautiful smile, but we can’t guarantee that you’ll be able to fully enjoy the buffet at a wedding reception–not everyone can get functional dental implants on this timetable.
Six-Month Smile Makeover
Six months gives us the freedom to attempt some slower cosmetic dentistry procedures. Within six months, almost everyone can get beautiful and functional dental implants. The only exception is if you have an unhealthy mouth or jawbone loss.
Traditional braces and Invisalign can sometimes achieve results over this timeframe. If you want orthodontic treatment in six months, Invisalign is a better choice because you can always take out aligners for wedding pictures or other significant events.
One-Year Smile Makeover
We can achieve almost any smile makeover with one year of advanced notice. Occasionally, orthodontics might take more than a year if you need a lot of complicated movements. Other than that, there’s no cosmetic dentistry procedure we can’t complete with a year’s advance notice.