Here it comes! Barreling down your calendar and your shopping lists like a freight train, holiday time is steadily headed in our direction. This means so many things. It means you’ve got to kick your shopping and list making into high gear. It means cleaning, cooking, and … what that? Preparing for some serious socializing? Yep. You might be seeing that aunt you only see once a year and you may end up in conversations with co-workers you otherwise never talk with. The result? If you aren’t happy with your smile, you may be feeling nervous. Good news: Porcelain veneers can help!
Sign #1: You’re Embarrassed By Serious Staining
Maybe you’ve already looked into traditional whitening for your smile but you’ve found that either the severity of your stains or the type of stains you’re dealing with mean you’re not a candidate. You are, however, probably a candidate for porcelain veneers! If you want a brilliant smile come holiday time, let us know.
Sign #2: You Hide Your Smile Due To Wear
What’s the problem? Did you used to feel good about your smile but now chips, a small space, problems with texture, and some craze lines that you are sure weren’t always there are leaving you feeling embarrassed? Porcelain veneers gently cover damage, while bringing your smile back to the vibrant, streamlined, uniform grin you once felt happy to share freely.
Sign #3: You’re Dreading The Parties
If you’re not just a little shy about your smile but you’re actually thinking about backing out of a lot of holiday engagements this year (that you would otherwise love to attend) because your smile is in serious need of cosmetic help, then see us. Yes, it’s true: Porcelain veneers really can work wonders for patients with long lists of esthetic concerns.
Schedule Time To Review Veneer Benefits
Take the time to come in to sit down and talk with us about veneers and how they might help you this holiday season and for many years to come! Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland, Kingwood, New Caney, Conroe, Livingston, Huffman, and all surrounding communities.