New Year, New Smile: 5 Reasons to Consider Cosmetic Dentistry

Patients of all ages can benefit from the widespread applications of cosmetic dentistry. Whether it’s chips, cracks, or gaps, there’s practically nothing a skilled cosmetic dentist can’t address. Their specialty is to take a flawed smile and transform it into a smile you’re proud to show off to the world. 

Nataly Vilderman, DDS, in San Francisco, California, is a skilled cosmetic dentist serving patients from Park Merced, West Portal, and Outer Sunset areas, as well as other surrounding communities. With Dr. Vilderman’s expertise, patients of all ages have achieved whiter, healthier-looking smiles. 

Why should you consider cosmetic dentistry? Good question. We’ve come up with five key reasons you should seriously think about cosmetic dentistry. Everyone’s smile can use a touch up at some point. 

Achieve your dream smile

Your smile is your first impression in the world. That extends to a big job interview, a first date, or any social situation, for that matter. Why settle for anything less than your dream smile? With the help of Dr. Vilderman, you can turn your dream into reality. 

Crowns, bridges, and veneers offer different options at different price points to help improve your smile dramatically. There’s also highly effective teeth whitening procedures that can brighten your teeth by several shades. These procedures are quick and simple. You can even opt for a take-home whitening option and brighten your smile from the comfort of your couch. 

Boost your self-confidence

The way you feel about yourself informs how you perform in the world, whether that’s at work or socially. A killer smile is the key to unlocking your most self-confident self. Treating yourself to the benefits of cosmetic dentistry is a surefire way to boost your self-confidence and love what you see when you look in the mirror. 

You should never be ashamed of your smile. It should be your prized asset. If that’s not the case, take control of the situation and talk to Dr. Vilderman about how a personalized cosmetic dentistry plan can take your smile to the next level. 

Oral health

With all the talk of improved appearances, something gets lost: oral health. By addressing chipped, cracked, discolored, or missing teeth, you’re also improving your oral health. Take gaps in your smile as an example. Yes, gaps are unsightly. But they also present serious oral health risks. Surrounding teeth can shift into those empty spaces and lead to severe decay and gum disease. 

By filling gaps in your smile with crowns, bridges, or implants, you prevent harmful tooth shifting and preserve your oral health. It also helps improve everyday functions such as speech, chewing, and digestion.

You can afford it

It doesn’t matter what your budget is, there’s a cosmetic dentistry option available to you. Dr. Vilderman offers different procedures at different price points, so that patients never feel enhancing their smile is too cost-prohibitive. You can also enroll in a payment plan. We’ll always work with you to make sure you’re able to reap the invaluable benefits of cosmetic dentistry. 

It’s virtually painless

If you’re worried about pain or discomfort, there’s really no need. The combination of how far cosmetic dentistry has come and advanced methods of anesthesia have rendered pain powerless. Cosmetic dentistry procedures are straightforward and comfortable. 

Questions? We’re here to help in any way we can. Call the office or book an appointment online today and find out more about cosmetic dentistry. 

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