January 11, 2013
The New Year is a great time for a fresh start. Why not start off 2013 with a beautiful smile that you’re proud of? Vacek Family Dentistry would love to get you smiling proudly once again.
We have a full range of cosmetic dental services to help enhance your smile. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on the physical appearance of your teeth and is concerned with making them appear as beautiful as possible.
Are your teeth dulled, stained, or yellowed? Have you tried whitening toothpaste or generic teeth whitening strips and aren’t satisfied with the results? Professional teeth whitening could be what you’re looking for. Dr. Vacek can give you a take-home whitening tray so you can whiten your teeth from the comfort of your own home. You’ll see improvement after a week and more dramatic results in two weeks! Your teeth could become anywhere from six to ten shades whiter.
Are there small gaps between your teeth, cracks, stains or chips? Cosmetic bonding or porcelain veneers could be the solution for you. Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain that are attached to the surface of your teeth, and cosmetic bonding is a tooth-colored resin that is applied to the tooth and then hardened so it bonds to your tooth. Both techniques can fix all of the issues discussed above; it’s just which one is right for your needs.
Do you think your smile is too “gummy”? Gum contouring could be the right solution for you. Lasers are used to help reshape your gums so that they look more pleasing to the eye and leave you with a smile you’re proud to show off.
Start off the New Year with a bright, beautiful smile. Dr. Vacek would love to meet you and discuss the treatments that would best enhance the natural beauty of your teeth. Schedule your appointment today!
Interested in learning more about your smile options? Call our Lincoln, NE dental practice today! Vacek Family Dentistry is dedicated to providing compassionate dental care to our patients in Waverly, Hickman, Firth, Crete and Seward, NE.
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