Getting a senior picture made is an exciting time in a teenager’s life. These pictures are a keepsake to look back on for years to come. If you are not happy with the appearance of your smile, here is how you can improve your teeth and smile for senior pictures.
Close gaps between teeth
If your teeth aren’t properly aligned, you may be unhappy with your smile in photos or when you meet new people. Gaps can also make it hard to chew food efficiently, which can be uncomfortable. We offer several orthodontic treatments that can fix gapped teeth. Call us today to schedule a consultation!
Whiten stained teeth
Senior pictures usually include all your favorite people, so you want your smile to look its best in photos. The last thing you want is to see yellow or brown stains on your teeth when they are captured on film. This can happen when plaque builds up over time and discolors the surfaces of your teeth. Luckily, you can whiten your smile before senior pictures with professional teeth whitening treatment from your cosmetic dentist.
Professional whitening treatments contain a higher concentration of bleaching agents than products available in stores and over the counter. This means that you get better results faster, which is ideal for busy teens who are preparing for their upcoming high school class photo day. Additionally, your dentist can monitor your results and help you maintain a bright smile between professional treatments.
Straighten crooked teeth
If you’re interested in improving your smile before senior pictures, restorative dentistry options can help straighten your teeth and correct any chips or cracks. At your consultation, your dentist can discuss which treatment would make the biggest impact on your smile and help you achieve a smile you’re proud of. Some of our cosmetic dentistry options include:
- Dental bonding
- Porcelain veneers
- ClearCorrect aligners
- Dental crowns
If you’re interested in learning more about improving your smile for today’s senior pictures, contact our team today to schedule an appointment. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about cosmetic dentistry.