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Cosmetic Dentistry Can Help Your Career

Posted by DENTAL SPECIALISTS OF NORTH FLORIDA on Dec 15 2021, 02:29 AM

Your smile and career are closely intertwined. Your smile can not only help you get the job you’ve always wanted but will also improve the quality of your social connections.

Have you considered working on your teeth and smile to get ahead in your career?

Our dentists at Dental Specialists of North Florida in Saint Augustine and Palm Coast, Florida, can offer the most advanced cosmetic treatments and procedures to help you achieve the smile you’ve always dreamt of.

How Are Cosmetic Dentistry and Your Career Related?

First impressions leave a lasting impression on people. Appearance plays an important role in how others perceive us, and our teeth go a long way in giving that much-needed appeal to our appearance. 

Sometimes, the way your teeth look also determines your personality. If you have issues with your teeth, you may be hesitant to smile or speak up, thus coming across as shy or diffident. This attitude, however, is usually not considered the best quality for a job.

A good set of teeth improves your overall appearance and makes you feel good about yourself. This confidence reflects in your interactions with people who may see you as a potential candidate for leadership roles. 

Treatment Options 

Most people do not consider cosmetic dental treatments because they are concerned about the associated costs and duration. However, most cosmetic dental treatments are not very expensive or time-consuming and they can do wonders for your teeth.

Below are some of the common issues that may affect your smile and treatments to help tackle them:

  • Discoloration

For staining or discoloration caused by pigmented foods, drinks, and smoking, you can either have your dentist recommend a home whitening kit, or get a professional cleaning and deep bleaching for your teeth.

  • Crooked Teeth

Misaligned teeth can be straightened with braces or Invisalign, which is a less visible but more costly option. Gaps in teeth, if not caused by missing teeth, can also be corrected with cosmetic or orthodontic treatments.

  • Chipped or Cracked Teeth

Chipped or cracked teeth can be repaired with bonding material that matches their natural color. Veneers also help cover up minor cosmetic imperfections.

  • Missing Teeth

Missing teeth can be permanently replaced with artificial teeth known as dental implants.

Call Dental Specialists of North Florida at (904) 794-1000 or (386) 9861000 to learn more about how cosmetic dentistry can help your career. You can also visit us at 10 Saint Johns Medical Park Drive, Suite C, Saint Augustine, FL 32086 and 3 Cypress Branch Way # 107, Palm Coast, FL 32164.

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10 Saint Johns Medical Park Drive, Suite C, Saint Augustine, FL 32086

Phone: (904) 794-1000

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3 Cypress Branch Way # 107, Palm Coast, FL 32164

Phone: (386) 986-1000

Email: [email protected]

  • MON - FRI: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • SAT - SUN: Closed
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