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Resolve All Your Dental Issues with a Smile Makeover

We don’t realize how fragile our bodies actually are until we’re injured. Broken bones, bruises, and scabs serve as reminders of how lucky we’ve been to make it through. What makes people less nostalgic is a smile that’s borne the brunt of our clumsiness, in some cases, or the lack of awareness in others. Your smile is the first thing that anyone notices about you, and a smile that isn’t bright and genuine could have social consequences, as well as affect your mood. 

George Saliba, DDS and our team at GEMS Dental don’t want you to feel self-conscious because you don’t have a perfect smile. We understand that your dental issues can be deep and fill a range of problems, and that’s why we offer smile makeovers. Your dental health and overall well-being are our ultimate goals, and we’re here to help you achieve them. 

Why would I need a smile makeover?

Simple and common things like tooth decay can affect any tooth or teeth in your mouth, including your important — and visible — front teeth. Untreated decay can lead to gingivitis, an early form of gum disease, and even to periodontitis, gum disease so severe you may lose teeth as a result. And an oral infection can impact your overall health as well. A dental makeover isn’t just about making sure your teeth are clean, but also that they are healthy and properly aligned so you can take care of them properly.

The older you get, the more likely you are to have chipped teeth, worn teeth, or a discolored smile from food, dark drinks like coffee and tea, and nicotine if you smoke. But we can fix all those things and more.

Our signature service combines the procedures you need for the smile you want. We offer procedures that include adding teeth missing from your smile using dental implants or crowns; veneers, porcelain or resin covers that are bonded to your teeth, to correct chips and wear; and root canals for viable teeth. We even offer the popular solution for misaligned teeth in teens and adults who don’t want to go through the process of metal braces, Invisalign.

The purpose of our smile makeover is to restore your teeth to a functional and aesthetically pleasing state. Everyone doesn’t need one, but anyone whose oral health is suffering should consider a smile makeover. 

How do I choose my services? 

Your smile makeover starts with a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Saliba. He goes over your dental and medical histories before coming up with a treatment plan. Your smile makeover is a completely custom solution, and you don’t have to worry about getting a service that you don’t need. We take X-rays of your teeth, and we run tests to make sure we’re doing everything we can to help your smile. 

Your dental makeover will empower your smile and change your life. Call us today at 281-607-1851 or use our online scheduling tool.

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