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Recipe For a Cosmetic Dentist

Mike Hopkins

Ingredients:

One Dental Degree

An Eye for Beauty

A Talent for Smile Construction

One Pair of Healing Hands

A Heart of Compassion

A Cutting Edge Office

Directions:

Combine all above ingredients into one dentist. Season with 30 years of experience. Provide continuous learning abilities and room for growth. Stir in a passion for excellence. Knead until ingredients are of the highest quality. Before serving to all in need, sprinkle with a dash of humor.

This dish best served with a side of "outstanding, motivated staff".

Hopefully you found our little recipe cute and charming, because that's what we were going for. In all seriousness, all of those ingredients are necessary for a great cosmetic dentist. Whether you are interested in crowns, veneers, Invisalign, ZOOM, Whitening for Life, Botox or Juvederm, you need a dentist that understands not only your dental needs, but your wants.

In today's society, it is a fact that people who are considered attractive are more successful. Studies have shown that you only have seven seconds, during which others are forming a first impression of you. How do you think your smile factors into that?

You're right, your smile is one of the most essential elements of your appearance. Right now, if your smiling with your lips closed or with your hand over your mouth because you don't want others to see your teeth, you're not alone. There's good news though, with today's technology, you don't have to hide your teeth anymore.

You can make your dental "wish list" a reality If you would like to brighten your smile, we can achieve that with ZOOM Advance Power (you've seen it on Extreme Makeover ). For misshapen or broken teeth, we can place crowns or veneers to create that perfect smile. If it's a straighter smile you're dreaming of, Invisalign invisible braces may be for you There are many, many possibilities.

It is important to remember that all of these cosmetic procedures should also serve to enhance your overall dental health. Sometimes the cosmetic procedure you have in mind may not be what is best for your overall health. That is why it is so important to find a dentist who not only listens and understands the results you want, but what is the best choice for your overall health. Did you know crooked teeth can be linked to heart disease and diabetes?

The great news? These treatments are affordable With financing through Care Credit or FloridaCentral, we can come up with a treatment plan to match almost every budget. You're already on your way to your dream smile!

About the Author

Dr Mike Hopkins is a dentist from Dunedin, Florida. He has been in the smile building business for over 30 years. Specializing in Cosmetic and Sedation Dentistry, Dr. Hopkins understands how to help enhance your appearance and give you that million dollar smile you deserve. http://www.allaboutsmiles.org - dunedindentist.blogster.com - [email protected]



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