How confident are you about your smile? Consider how you might feel in these situations.

▪︎ You’ve just been invited to a social gathering by one of your friends, so you ask if a certain other someone might be there. (She knows just who you mean.)

She assures you that your possible romantic interest will be there.

▪︎ You have been invited to a job interview. You have been looking to advance in your career, and this could be just the step up you have been hoping for.

You know that the interview and the job itself (if you get it) will involve a lot of face-to-face interactions with potential clients.

Would you be excited about these opportunities? Self-conscious about other people seeing your smile? A little of both?

First Dental Associates may be able to help. If you live in or near Reading, MA, then we want you to know that our dentist is a Preferred Provider for Snap-On Smile.

Dr. Nasrin Sadeghi has completed special training on the use of this cosmetic dental service. She will be happy to use her expertise with this product to help you create a smile you are comfortable sharing with anyone.

Keep reading to learn more about what Snap-On Smile is and what it can do. Then, call [phone] or contact us online to schedule a consultation.


What Is Snap-On Smile?

To put it simply, it is a device that fits over your teeth and changes the appearance of your smile.

Snap-On Smile is made to be worn at all times. This means you can wear it in personal, professional, and private settings. You can speak or sing, and you can eat with Snap-On Smile as well.

The material used to make this special teeth covering is thin (so it will have minimal effect on the appearance of your face) and durable so you can use it for years with proper care.


How Could Snap-On Smile Help You?

Let’s consider some of the common problems we address with cosmetic dentistry:

▷ Your teeth are stained.

It’s normal and natural for teeth to become darker or yellower as people get older. All those coffees and soft drinks do more than give you a caffeine boost, unfortunately.

For some people, professional teeth whitening can remove stains. For people with sensitive teeth, this may not be the best option.

Instead of lifting the stains, Snap-On Smile can conceal your stained but otherwise healthy teeth.

▷ Your teeth are crooked.

Take a moment to think about the people you know. If you can, visualize their smiles, or look at their smiles in pictures if you have some available.

How many of them have perfectly straight teeth? And how many of them have had orthodontic treatment or some other kind of cosmetic dentistry. Odds are, most of them have.

Few people are lucky enough to have naturally straight teeth. Orthodontic can fix this issue by moving your teeth over the course of several months or a few years, depending on the type of treatment you receive.

Or, you could look like your teeth are perfectly straight in a matter of weeks with Snap-On Smile.

▷ You have gaps between your teeth.

This is another time when you could consider orthodontics. Again, Snap-On Smile can a similar effect on the appearance of your smile in a fraction of your time.

▷ You have chipped or worn-down teeth.

In the course of our daily lives, many unfortunate things can happen that affect our smiles.

Biting into an olive pit, an unpopped kernel of popcorn, or a piece of hard candy could cause part of a tooth to chip off. Accident and injuries can cause the same result.

Then again, your may have teeth that you use more often than others. As a result, those teeth can start to show the signs of wear and ear faster than the rest of your smile.

Again, Snap-On Smile can be used to hide your teeth so they look whole once again.

▷ You are thinking about getting dental veneers.

Veneers can address all the same issues we mentioned above. The difference is that dental veneers are permanent and more expensive.

You may want to try Snap-On Smiles as a short-term option to help you decide if you want to make the investment in veneers for the long-term.


To find out if Snap-On Smile could work for you, call 781-438-1312 or request an appointment online at First Dental Associates.