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Your Options For a Great Holiday Smile

A wide, beautiful smile makes you look successful, joyful, and welcoming. Who doesn’t want to portray such an image when they meet up with family and friends they haven’t seen for a while. Even if your holiday meet-ups this year are more virtual than in person, you still want to present with a glowing smile.

Don’t put off cosmetic dental work any longer. You can give yourself the gift of a white, straight smile with services provided by the expert specialists at Advanced Care Dentistry in Woodinville Washington. Here are some relatively quick and effective ways to achieve a beautiful smile before the holidays.

Achieve whiter teeth

At Advanced Care Dentistry, we offer Zoom®! professional whitening that lightens your teeth by eight shades in just two hours. You sit back, watch a movie, and our technicians apply the whitening gel. White teeth make you look younger and healthier — who doesn’t want to present that image?

Get rid of a gummy smile

Some people show a lot of gum when they smile, making their teeth appear short and crowded. You may even have a crooked smile, in which your gum line is uneven and just some teeth look short.

At Advanced Care Dentistry, we offer crown lengthening (also known as a gum lift) during which we remove excess gum tissue to provide a more natural looking gum line. Recovery is relatively quick — you’ll have plenty of time for minor swelling to reduce before Thanksgiving dinner — and the difference in your smile is remarkable.

Ease wrinkles with Botox® injections

Botox injections use a purified neurotoxin to temporarily halt muscle activity that create expressive lines and wrinkles around your eyes and forehead. Because we have an advanced knowledge of facial anatomy, you can trust us to administer Botox injections that smooth lines and wrinkles that intensify when you smile so you look refreshed and younger, but not overdone.

The results last 3-4 months, right through the holidays, and if you want to maintain your new wrinkle-free look, schedule repeat injections.

Create a uniform smile with veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin sheets of porcelain that overlay your existing teeth. They can be placed in just a few appointments. Veneers correct discoloration and can make irregularly shaped or sized teeth look more uniform. Veneers also cover other imperfections, like cracks or chips, as well as mild gaps between teeth. Veneers are highly customized to your smile and can cover one or more teeth.

If you want the improvements of veneers but need a quicker fix, we offer Lumineers®. Lumineers correct flaws, such as discoloration, chips, and irregular teeth, but can be set in just a couple short appointments.

Resolve for a new year and new smile

Some cosmetic corrections just can’t be completed before the holidays, but that doesn’t mean you should just give up on your perfect smile. Advanced Care Dentistry can help you look your best with dental implants to replace missing teeth, surgery to restore lost gums, and ridge augmentation to recreate the natural curvature to your gum line. These procedures are more involved and may require multiple appointments and longer healing time, but they’re well worth it in the long-run.

Spread the joy of the season with your smile this year. Contact Advanced Care Dentistry to learn how some quick cosmetic improvements can revolutionize your look and your self-confidence. Call Advanced Care Dentistry in Woodinville, WA or schedule a consultation online. We’re here to help the health of your teeth and so much more. 

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