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Don't Miss Out on Your Dreams - Consider a Dental Makeover

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Millennials face a lot of competition when searching for a job, but a recent study by the American Dental Association shows that’s not their only challenge.

Millennials Aren’t Smiling

According to the study, a third of young adults between 18 and 34 avoid smiling because of decay or gum disease; 28 percent say poor oral health undermines their ability to interview for jobs successfully.

If you are a millennial who hides your smile or avoids interacting with others because of compromised oral health, it might be time to consider a cosmetic dental makeover. And you are in luck because today there are more options than ever for designing a beautiful new smile you can be proud to show off.

Smile Makeover Options

There are lots of cosmetic solutions to choose from:

Teeth whitening – Probably the most affordable and convenient of all the options is professional teeth whitening. Whether you choose an in-office treatment or take-home whitening, you can achieve sparkling results.

Cosmetic dental bonding – Another cost-saving solution for minor smile flaws is dental bonding. This is a simple procedure that is used to conceal chipped or cracked teeth or completely alter the shape of a tooth.

Porcelain veneers – If you have a more dramatic smile makeover in mind, you might consider porcelain veneers. This is a versatile solution that can hide smile flaws or improve the appearance of slightly misaligned teeth.

Invisalign – Millennials love Invisalign because the clear aligners are comfortable and easy to wear, can be removed for eating and oral hygiene, and they won’t mar your smile during treatment.

Please Call for Your Smile Consultation

If you want to improve your chances for career success, please call your dentist in Alpharetta,

Dr. Kai Liang to arrange a smile consultation. He will talk to you about your concerns and help design a treatment plan to get your smile and your oral health back on track.