Ring In The New Year With A New Smile [BLOG]
Before you welcome a new year, make sure your teeth and gums are ready! At the Oregon Smile Care Center, we offer restorative dentistry to treat problems like painful chewing and embarrassing smile flaws.
We’re talking today about the ways a mouth becomes unhealthy and unattractive, and how our restorative dentistry can turn it around for a healthier new smile for a new year!
Do You Have A Healthy Mouth?
Your teeth are under a lot of pressure, especially when it comes to meeting the demands of the holiday season!
But accidents, injuries, and bad habits can all contribute to the wear and tear of your teeth. Here are some common issues you face when your teeth and gums aren’t healthy:
-Surface Damage To Teeth
-Worn Down Teeth
Dr. Hanson can treat all sorts of dental problems that come with an unhealthy smile. With the right restorative treatment, you can get your oral health back on track, get out of pain, and smile with confidence.
Restore Your Smile For A Healthy New Year!
We’re getting closer to welcoming a new year, and that means you have many reasons to restore your smile and get your mouth healthy again.
Relax And Enjoy Yourself!
If you don’t feel good about your appearance, social settings can be incredibly uncomfortable. But you don’t want to feel stressed or insecure when you’re surrounded by people you care about. Being able to relax and enjoy yourself is so important when it comes to spending quality time with family and friends.
You can’t avoid cameras these days. Not with everyone walking around with a smartphone. What’s even more embarrassing when you have damaged teeth or an unhealthy smile is that all those cameras allow for immediate mass sharing on social media!
Restorative dentistry can help. It’s main purpose is exactly what the name suggests: to restore the function of your teeth. But a less obvious, yet beneficial, result of this type of dentistry is that it also restores the look of your teeth.
Modern technology allows us to make incredibly lifelike dental restorations that feel and look just like your natural teeth! That way you can get a dental crown, for example, without having to worry about drawing attention to the tooth that was treated.
What do you like most about the holidays? Ask any child that question, and they’ll tell you the presents are the most exciting part. But ask an adult, and they’ll probably say the food is what they look forward to most.
It makes perfect sense. You spend a good portion of the year being on your best behavior when it comes to what you eat. The holidays are your time to indulge. Pain while chewing takes all the joy out of the experience!
Restorative dentistry is often the solution for a problem like this. That’s because pain can usually be traced back to a tooth or restoration that isn’t working properly, or there is some type of infection or decay that needs to be addressed. Restorative treatment will get you out of pain so you can eat the scrumptious food at your holiday table comfortably.
Protect Your Teeth In The Future!
When your teeth are already showing signs of damage, letting the damage go untreated will create bigger problems for you in the future. Small cracks, chips, or breaks can get bigger, and cavities do, too, leaving your mouth vulnerable to bacteria.
It also makes you more susceptible to pain and discomfort, especially when you eat. If there were a time to make sure your teeth work like they should, it’s definitely the holiday season where there’s a great deal of delicious food to be enjoyed!
Schedule A Consultation Today!
Many New Year’s resolutions center on improving your health and appearance, so why not add clean teeth and gums and an attractive smile?
Dr. Hanson at the Oregon Smile Care Center is a highly-skilled dentist who’s been restoring smiles in the community for years. He can replace your old, dark fillings, place your custom-crafted dental veneers, treat and repair damaged teeth, and more!
Whatever it takes to restore your oral health and give you a smile you can feel great about, Dr. Hanson and our dedicated team are ready to make it happen!
Start fresh in 2018 with a healthy mouth and a smile you’ll love. Call our Salem, OR dental office today at (503) 809-4784 or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment.