When is a Snap-On Smile Recommended?

Posted on: April 10, 2019

When it comes to the different options that are available for patients that are wanting to get their smile looking better, and becoming something that they are proud of, there are a few different options to consider. Obtaining a great looking smile can be a time-consuming process depending on which option a person chooses. However, one option that people hear about is the Snap-On Smile, which helps in transforming the look of a person's smile, quickly! Snap-On Smile is an excellent option for people looking to transform their smile in a short timeframe.

What is a Snap-On Smile?

For people who are looking for an easy solution to get a great looking smile, this could be the option for them. Many patients have compared the Snap-On Smile to getting up in the morning and putting on clothes, except this new daily routine helps take their smile from not-so-great to amazing looking, giving them teeth that they are proud of. The Snap-On Smile is a device that is custom made and takes a person’s smile to a new level in seconds.

When is a Snap-On Smile recommended?

Dentists recommend the Snap-On Smile to patients for several reasons. This solution helps in covering stained, misaligned and crooked teeth that can make a person’s smile look less attractive than they desire.

Snap-On Smile costs less

One reason that the Snap-On Smile could be recommended to a patient is the cost. They are an excellent option for someone that does not have the finances to complete a more permanent solution to fixing their teeth, such as dental implants or dental veneers. The Snap-On Smile is one of the most cost-effective options for helping a person to have a fantastic smile and something that they want to show.

Snap-On Smile is quick

Compared to options such as dental veneers and dental implants, the process for getting the Snap-On Smile is quick. It typically only takes two visits to the dentist to get the smile transforming device. The first visit is to have the mold and impression of the person's teeth taken. Once the dentist has the impression, they will send it to a lab to custom build the Snap-On Smile for the patient.

The second visit is for the dentist to ensure that the Snap-On Smile fits correctly over the patient's teeth and go over some necessary cleaning and maintenance instructions. Once that is done, the patient is on their way with a great looking smile and the knowledge to keep the device in good shape.

Want to learn more about this smile-improving option?

If you have more questions about when a Snap-On Smile would be recommended to get a great looking smile, give us a call. Our staff is always ready to answer any questions and help you get teeth that make you proud to flash a smile the next time you get a picture taken! Call us today.

Request an appointment here: https://www.smilefreshdentalauburnhills.com or call Smile Fresh Dental at (248) 260-2927 for an appointment in our Auburn Hills office.

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