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Why You Should Consider a Full Smile Makeover

Woman's teeth before and after whitening

A radiant smile can light up a room, giving off an aura of joy and confidence. Unfortunately, smiling can be uncomfortable for those who aren’t happy with the appearance of their teeth. If you ever hide your smile or experience complications with eating or speaking, it may be time to consider a full smile makeover. This procedure goes beyond simple cosmetic improvements and involves a combination of dental treatments tailored to address your unique oral health concerns and help you achieve a confident smile.

If you are considering a full smile makeover, look no further than the first-class specialists at Union City Oral Surgery Group. Our talented oral surgeons customize our treatment plans to fit our patient’s unique oral health needs and aesthetic goals. We prioritize innovative and minimally-invasive procedures to get you the smile you deserve as quickly and painlessly as possible. When you work with us, you can trust us to ensure your comfort and happiness throughout your treatment plan. 

5 Reasons to Consider a Full Smile Makeover

Your teeth are integral not only to your appearance but also to your oral and overall health. A complete smile makeover offers patients many benefits, including the following:

Renewed Self-Confidence

One of the most visible benefits of a full smile makeover is that a healthy, beautiful smile can make you feel more confident and comfortable in your own skin. If you are insecure because of a gummy smile, discolored or crooked teeth, or misaligned bite, a full smile makeover can correct these issues, among others, and help you love the way you look.

Easier Chewing

Damaged or crooked teeth can make it challenging to chew your food properly, as the misalignment places extra pressure on your jaws and teeth. A complete smile makeover can improve your bite pattern and help you chew more comfortably. If you have temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD), a full smile makeover can help realign your jaw, preventing the pain and headaches you may experience after eating. 

Improved Oral Health

If you have misaligned, cracked, or missing teeth, it can be challenging to practice adequate oral hygiene. A smile makeover can help restore your teeth and eliminate the hard–to–reach areas where plaque can accumulate. It can also help you protect yourself from issues like cavities and gum disease. Following your procedure, your doctor will provide instructions to enable you to take care of your teeth and gums. Following a consistent oral hygiene routine can help you protect your oral and overall health.

Clearer Speech

Alignment issues with your teeth and jaws can lead to speech impairments and challenges when pronouncing certain words. Missing teeth cause a lisp and may even cause whistling noises when you speak. A smile makeover can replace missing teeth and correct misalignment, improving your speech patterns and allowing you to communicate more clearly.

Quick Recovery Times

A complete smile makeover is a treatment plan fully customized to your unique needs. You may require surgical procedures, non-surgical treatments, or a combination of both, depending on your goals. At Union City Oral Surgery Group, we understand the importance of having a confident and pain-free smile. We will work with you to create a treatment plan that is as minimally invasive as possible so that you can return to your daily life with confidence as quickly as possible. 

Schedule an Appointment with a Renowned Oral Surgeon at Union City Oral Surgery Group

At Union City Oral Surgery Group, our founder, Dr. Nancy Herbst, has more than two and a half decades of experience helping patients, young and old, obtain a healthy and confident smile. We employ the latest surgical and imaging technologies to ensure you have the best possible experience under our care. Our surgeons will individualize every treatment plan to ensure you will leave our office completely satisfied. 

To learn more about our treatment options, schedule an appointment today by calling (201) 601-9262 or completing our contact form.