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It’s Finally Time to Put Your Smile First

After years of taking care of your children and spouse, job, other family members, and friends, it’s finally time to start putting yourself first. Although this may be the first time you’ve had the opportunity to be able to take the time to care for yourself and to rediscover the ways you can make yourself feel happier, healthier and more attractive, it’s never too late.

An attractive smile makes people look younger, healthier and more appealing, yet if your teeth are crooked, your smile is crowded, or your bite is misaligned, you may be reluctant to show your brightest smile.

Unfortunately, many people suffer from these dental problems, and not only can they cause cosmetic concerns, but they may also create health risks. Teeth that are crowded or overlapping can be difficult to clean, leading to tooth decay and gum disease. Additionally, teeth that don’t meet properly can cause chewing and swallowing difficulties, may make pronouncing certain words or sounds harder, and can cause facial pain from the added stress on chewing muscles.

Although some people may believe they must be a young person in order to make changes in the positioning of their teeth, older adults who are choosing orthodontic treatment with Invisalign are pleased to discover that they are coming away with excellent results. In fact, many people who have gone through their entire lives with crooked teeth are now finding they can finally enjoy the pleasure of a smile they can show off proudly.

Whether you have relatively straight teeth and simply want to put a few of your teeth into better positioning, or if you feel that all of your teeth are crooked and that you may need extensive treatment, Invisalign can provide the option for you to have a beautiful smile much faster, more comfortably and with fewer risks for your teeth and gums.

If would like more information about getting the healthy, attractive smile you’ve always wanted, Dr. Heidi Finkelstein and her caring staff at My Plantation Dentist can help. To schedule your appointment, please contact us today at 954-584-1030.


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