Don’t Wait Another Year For A Better Smile
You want to change.
You really do. A New Year’s resolution seems like the perfect solution to your self-improvement goals no matter what they might be.
Too bad you’ll probably fail.
I don’t mean to sound harsh; it’s just a fact.
Research shows that roughly 8% of us manage to successfully accomplish those annual goals. About a quarter of Americans routinely fail at the same resolutions, one year after the next.
With resolution results like that, it can be hard to believe that people keep making them.
Yet I know that it simply reflects a desire to be better than we were, and to reject a ho-hum status quo for the chance of being a better version of your current, ho-hum self.
What you might not realize is that there’s a better way to do it. You can improve your appearance and your health without setting yourself up for a disappointment that can make it harder than ever to persist.
My practice, Millburn Dental Arts, can give you the New You that you’ve always wanted with a variety of state-of-the-art dental cosmetics. We won’t just enhance your beauty and confidence – we’ll enhance your overall oral health, too.
With proper maintenance, those benefits will last for years to come.
Break Free Of Your Rut With Cosmetic Dentistry
If it were really this simple, then why don’t more people do it?
For one thing, fear of the dentist is one of the main factors that keeps you from ever considering how quality cosmetic dentistry can boost your appearance and health.Unless you’re in pain, you’ll likely never consider the benefits of cosmetic dentistry enough to put it on your list of resolutions.
As a result of that fear, people get used to their inferior smiles – including you.
A better smile can heighten your overall looks, accentuating positives and downplaying negatives, yet because you’re acquainted with that feeling of low self-esteem, it’s all too easy to remain stuck in a rut.
This can be doubly hard when the source of your low-self esteem is related to a bad smile. Crooked, stained, or outright ugly teeth can infect your mouth with disease, and pollute your spirit with defeat.
It’s an unfortunate cycle, but it is one that you can help break by choosing any of the following cosmetic dentistry services that we offer, including:
- Veneers to make your smile “pop”
- Teeth whitening for improved confidence
- Gum-reshaping for unsightly gum lines or for teeth that appear too long or too short
- Invisalign clear braces to straighten your smile without the embarrassment of metal braces
- And many, many more!
Of course, your individual needs and desires will inform the treatment that’s right for you. The choice to receive cosmetic dental treatment is the biggest one you can make, however, because it is the choice to actually do something about those resolutions once and for all.
In fact, a cosmetic dental procedure can give you renewed strength to meet the other challenges in your life in ways you didn’t think were possible.
Yet if you continue to let your fear of the dentist or your low self-esteem get in the way, then nothing will change. Before you know it, 2017 will come knocking, and you’ll be looking down the same old list of failed goals and impossible tasks, with a smile that’s one year closer to ruin.
A Beautiful Smile Is A Healthy Smile
Unless there are any hidden problems with your oral health (which often happens if you neglect regular checkups), a smile that is pleasing to the eye is a smile that is in good working order.
Not only will a cosmetic procedure aid your goal of looking better in the new year, it can improve the health of your mouth, thereby improving the health of your entire smile – even your whole body health.
Straight, uniform teeth are easier to clean. They are less likely to develop diseases of the gum or of the tooth, and they are strong enough to withstand injury better than a brittle, weak smile could.
Cosmetic procedures can keep your mouth free of any potential threats. By making this the year in which you refuse to accept the same dull smile, you are essentially preventing future infection or injury to your smile that could, in time, jeopardize your overall health.
Resolving to act isn’t enough. You need to do something.