What is a Snap-on Smile?
Snap On Smiles are a great way to completely transform your teeth without any clinical work being done. The only thing that you need to do is pick the color and style of your new smile and have impressions taken. Snap On Smiles are great for patients who want to change the look of their teeth but don’t have the time or money to go for actual treatment. Snap On Smiles are durable and look incredibly natural so that you can benefit from a reliable cosmetic alternative.
Why are Snap-On Smiles needed?
Snap On Smiles fit similarly to an orthodontic retainer over your teeth. You just snap them into place and your smile is transformed. There is no drilling or incisions required and the prosthesis itself can last for a long period of time. Some of the different issues that Snap On Smiles can cover include:
- Missing teeth
- Gaps and spaces
- Dark, discolored teeth
- Uneven teeth
Who is a good candidate for Snap-On Smiles?
All patients who want to change their smiles with this cosmetic option can safely have it done. In fact, Snap On Smiles are ideal for patients who aren’t good candidate for bridges or dental implants. If you’re able to wear a partial denture or orthodontic retainer, you’ll benefit from Snap On Smiles. This option is great for patients who have limited incomes or who can’t sit for actual dental treatment. Because the appliance is made specifically for you, it won’t look bulky or fake.
What can you expect with Snap-On Smiles?
You will first come into our office for impressions. These impressions are used to make your own individual Snap On Smile. You’ll come back into the office and have the prosthesis fitted. Most often, there are no adjustments needed and you’ll benefit from having a full and healthy-looking smile. The procedure is done quickly and easily in our office with no anesthetic, drilling or sutures involved. The procedure is painless and quick, providing you with a completely transformed smile that you’ll feel confident in showing off.
If you’re interested in Snap On Smiles, we recommend calling our office and scheduling an appointment to come in for a consultation.