Imagine you are going to spend the next ten or twenty years of your life smiling for the camera. You have just worked for years on building yourself a huge following on social media, and now hundreds of thousands of people follow your content daily, looking at the things you buy, the places you go and the life you live.
Now imagine smiling with a slight chip in your front teeth. It’s just a little niggly thing in most people’s lives, right? But could the image of you living your best life be dented with this annoying situation, as you scroll through your recent feed noticing how it just always seems to catch the angle which shows your smile at that exact spot the little chip presents itself; twinkling like a lonely star in a dark sky. You notice it. Your followers notice it. Your sponsors and partners notice it. Isn’t it time you got the little work required then, to help improve it?
This is where getting yourself a dental treatment of veneers in Sydney can come in.
The smile you can feel confident in
Everybody wants to have a smile they can feel completely confident in; a smile that other people look at with envy. You want your teeth to represent the life you really live; a healthy and balanced life full of great things, and amazing experiences. A smile says a lot about a person, and is one of the first things people notice when they look at you.
So, your smile should reflect this new lifestyle you have created for yourself. Your smile should communicate your happiness, and your general wellbeing and health. You want to look like a person that lives the life they communicate across social media. Let’s face it, all of those thousands of new followers are looking to you to tell them what they should be doing with their life instead of sitting in the office, making coffee for the rest of the staff.
Imagine your smile is your version of confident and beautiful. That little niggle is no longer there, and you can feel confident about the appearance of your smile. ;
What are veneers?
They are a simple shell made from either porcelain or composite resin that fit over your teeth to provide a natural and fine finish to help with problems such as chips and discolouration. They can also help with misaligned, worn down teeth, or teeth that are abnormally spaced.
Are there any risks?
According to health direct Australia, the risks are low, but they can include things such as chips, or slight pain in the jaw. There can also be misalignment of the bite and another issue may be that they can highlight discolouration of other teeth around the shell. However, having regular dental health check-ups and maintaining healthy teeth using appropriate care should help alleviate any issues and keep your general oral health in check.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.