Take the Smile Analysis
By conducting a Smile Analysis, you are one step closer to revealing your perfect smile and achieving superior oral health.
Here’s how it works:
Carefully consider the following questions and honestly answer how your current smile affects your image, self-confidence, and personal and public interactions with others. You will also be able to identify any physical and/or structural impairment(s) in your mouth that may hinder your health in any way.
Below is a list of important questions to consider when completing your Smile Analysis:
- How do you feel about your smile?
- Do you feel your smile accurately reflects your best image?
- Does your smile make you feel confident?
- Do you turn away from people when you smile, or hide your mouth with your hand while talking?
- Do you prefer to smile with your lips closed when taking pictures?
- Do you hold back your true laugh in attempt to hide your smile?
- Are you embarrassed by the condition of your teeth, or by the length of time that’s passed since your last dental visit?
- Have you ever wished you had someone else’s smile?
- How would a new, beautiful smile make you feel about yourself?
- What would you like to change about your smile in order to achieve your perfect smile?
Before you answer the next set of questions in your Smile Analysis, stand in front of your mirror and smile a big, ear-to-ear smile. If this is your normal, happy smile and yet, you still feel unhappy, the next set of questions is especially important to help identify any physical and/or structural impairment(s) in your mouth that causes both emotional and physical discomfort.
Here are some important questions to carefully consider:
- What color(s) are your teeth? Are they white-yellow, yellow, darkened or stained?
- Do you have any missing teeth or large spaces?
- Are your teeth crooked, uneven, or out of alignment?
- Do your teeth slant?
- Do the biting edges of your upper teeth follow the natural curvature of your lips?
- Do your teeth seem too long or too short?
- Do you grind your teeth?
- Are the edges of your teeth chipped or worn?
- Does the mid-line of your two front teeth center with your face and nose?
- Does your smile show too much gum (thick gums, receding gums, puffy gums or uneven gums)?
- Do you have silver/mercury fillings?
- Do you have old, unnatural looking crowns with darkened edges?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you will be happy to know we have the perfect dental solution for your exact situation.
Congratulations! You are one step closer to achieving your perfect smile!