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Perfect Smile Report

“Everything You Need To Know
About Getting The Perfect Smile!”

Discover Why These Famous Smile Transforming Dental
Procedures Are So Popular And Find Out If They’re Right For You!

From the desk of Dr. Añonuevo
Chalotte, NC
Thursday, 9:48am

Dear Friend,

Would you agree that it’s fair to say that everyone desires a beautiful smile?

Why does it seem like only a few people were lucky enough to have struck the “genetic lotteryî and were born with a gorgeous set of perfectly straight pearly whites?

I have a little secret for you…That’s not how it usually happens!

How about you? Are you someone who has crowded teeth, a tooth discoloration, uneven teeth, a “gummy” smile, or maybe even crooked teeth? Are you someone who loves your teeth but wants to improve on what nature gave you, in a quick, easy, and safe way?

If you are someone who wants to improve your smile, you’ve come to the right place!

My name is Dr. Añonuevo, and I specialize in beautifying smiles for people just like you!

Chances are you’d be out of luck if you were born 100 years ago!

But the good news is that today, there are countless cosmetic procedures available (and often relatively inexpensive procedures at that!) that you can choose from to help give your smile that extra little bit of, what I like to call, “wattage!”

In this report, I’m going to tell you about a few of the most popular cosmetic procedures available and what you can expect from each one…

… So that by the time you’re sitting in the dentist’s chair, you’ll be armed with knowledge to make the best decision for YOU!

“Here’s What You Can Do To Beautify Your Smile Right NOW…”

Before I get into each of the cosmetic procedures I’m about to tell you about, I’d like to mention that a healthy, clean mouth is always the first step to a lovelier smile.

In many cases, teeth lose their natural luster and sparkle because of poor oral hygiene.

If you don’t brush and floss properly, plaque is allowed to accumulate around the teeth. Plaque is a natural mouth bacteria that constantly sticks to the teeth, but should be removed through thorough brushing and flossing at the end of every day.

If plaque is not removed, it begins to build up around the gum line and in-between teeth, causing discoloration – and eventually, tooth decay and cavities – over time.

Now you may be reading this and thinking to yourself “Yeah, yeah, I brush my teeth each night…” and if you do, that’s wonderful!

But I’d like to point out that probably 75% of the patients I see have never been shown how to brush and floss properly…

… Which means that even if you ARE cleaning your teeth each night, you may not be doing it properly.

Here is a “Coles Notes” version of what I tell my patients…

Always use a soft toothbrush. Don’t be fooled that if you buy a toothbrush with medium or hard bristles, you’ll get a more thorough cleaning! These harder toothbrushes often irritate the gums, which can lead to gum disease.

Use toothpaste with fluoride. Fluoride re-mineralizes and strengthens the enamel, or outer layer, of the teeth. This lowers the chance that undesirable bacteria will make it’s way into the inside of your teeth and cause damage like tooth decay.

Tilt your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle as you brush. This position allows you to get at the hard-to-reach areas of the teeth, like in between individual teeth and along the gum line where plaque bacteria like to pile up.

Brush your teeth at least twice a day – once in the morning and once in the evening is plenty.

Floss at least once every 24 hours. Floss with a light wax coating is best, as it slides a little easier between the teeth. Also, make sure you “scrape” the floss up both sides of the teeth to remove any plaque and dislodge any food particles.

One of the most important things you can do to maintain a high level of oral health is to come in for a professional cleaning at least every six months.

Thanks to the advanced tools we have available at the dentist’s office, we can remove plaque build-up that may be threatening your healthy teeth and gums.

After your cleaning, we also polish your teeth, which gives them a nice sheen and helps to restore luster to your smile! Now that the basics are out of the way, let’s talk about…

“Three Ways You Can Get A Smile That DAZZLES!”

If you desire an even brighter, whiter smile, you may want to consider teeth whitening procedures.

If this is the route you’d like to go, there are a number of products and procedures designed to bleach the enamel of your teeth and
give you a range of results…

Whitening toothpastes… these are popular but before you run out to the drug store, you should know that because of the small amount of whitening agent in most over-the-counter toothpastes (usually peroxide), these products can generally only take your teeth one shade lighter than they already are. Not a great choice.

At-home bleaching kits, which can be obtained either from your dentist or purchased at most drug stores, contain a higher percentage of the whitening agent, which is usually peroxide.These kits usually contain either mouth trays that you have to squeeze a concentrated gel into, a “paint brush” to allow you to apply the solution directly to your teeth, or plastic strips with the gel already included.The downside of these treatments is that the application is often quite messy, and you usually have to apply the whitening gel twice a day (and sometimes even throughout the whole night!) for at least 2 weeks to see significant results.

Professional whitening is by far the fastest and most effective method of whitening your smile. Depending on the results you want to see and the procedure you feel most comfortable with, you have a couple of choices…

One option is to see your dentist for a professional bleaching treatment, which usually involves mouth trays and whitening gel.

Unlike drug store variety kits, professional kits contain a whitening agent of extremely high concentrate (though harmless). This treatment can be done in the dentist office and typically takes two-to-three hours.

A second option is laser whitening. This treatment involves applying a clear bleaching gel to the front of the teeth and then running over the gel with a painless light laser to release stain and discoloration from the tooth enamel.

This is a more expensive treatment, but it’s also the fastest (typically 30-90 minutes depending on how light you’d like to go) and longest lasting.

Laser whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments at my clinic – patients are consistently in love with their results!

“Here’s The Secret To Absolutely Flawless-Looking Teeth…”

Dental bonding is a fantastic treatment for repairing minor flaws in the teeth, like gaps in between the teeth, small chips or cracks, and discolored patches.

Because bonding is relatively inexpensive, painless, and lasts for 10 to 15 years (provided it’s done properly) with minor touch ups every now and then, dental bonding is a popular choice for many patients who want a more beautiful smile.

In most cases, dental bonding can be quickly applied.

After an initial consultation to determine what you want to achieve with your smile, I begin creating a paste-like composite material that matches the natural color of your teeth.

Next, I very lightly roughen the surface of the teeth to be bonded (this helps the bonding agent stick), and apply a thin layer of gel.

The bonding material is then molded into place – over the crack or discolored patch being treated (for example) – so that the final look and overall shape of the tooth will match your other teeth.

I then use a high intensity high-intensity light (don’t worry, I give you special sunglasses to wear!) to “set” the materials, polish the teeth, and voila! Flawless teeth!

“The Little-Known Secrets To Transforming Cracked Or Discolored Teeth Into Pearly Whites!”

If you have teeth that are severely damaged, such as broken, split, or fractured, or if you have older, metal fillings that you’d like to be less noticeable, a crown or a white filling may be the perfect solution for you.

crown is a kind of casing made of porcelain, porcelain fused with metal, or metal (including gold or stainless steel) that is fitted over the tooth to strengthen it and also make it more esthetically pleasing.

Done properly, you can’t tell the difference between a crown and one of your natural teeth.

If you have several teeth together that are either missing or you’d like to have look more natural, a bridge is an excellent option.

dental bridge is a group of false teeth that are fused together and held in place by two crowns. The teeth are available in porcelain as well, which is one of the best materials to give you a more natural, beautiful smile.

And if you have obvious looking metal fillings that you’d like to look a little more natural, we can easily replace them with white fillings that match the shade of your other teeth.

Not too long ago, patients with severe tooth decay had no choice but to get obvious looking silver or gold metal fillings. Now, you can choose between nearly invisible porcelain or resin restorations!

Provided you’ve chosen an experienced, professional dentist, crowns and white fillings will last for 10 years or more….

But again, to achieve a natural looking result, it’s important that you choose a highly trained dentist that will work with you to give you the results you are looking for.

“The Ultimate Solution For Patients Who Want A Drop Dead Gorgeous Smile…”

If you are prepared to invest a little more into your smile, porcelain veneers are definitely WELL worth the expense!

If you want to fix unattractive spaces between your teeth, conceal permanently stained or discolored teeth, or correct crooked or damaged teeth… or if you just want a more beautiful smile, veneers are an ideal solution.

Porcelain veneers are millimeter-thin, translucent porcelain “tiles” that are custom sculpted to fit over your natural teeth and create a perfect, flawless, film star smile.

This procedure usually requires at least two visits to the dentist. During the first appointment, we prepare the teeth and remove any bonding, plaque, or anything else in the mouth that may prove to be a hindrance during the treatment.

Once the mouth is clean, we make an impression (or mold) of the teeth, and then I work with my patient to choose the ideal shade and shape of the new veneers.

I then “sand” a very, very thin area of the surface of the teeth to create a surface that the bonding agent (that binds the veneers to the teeth) will adhere to.

Once we’ve chosen the shape and color of the veneers, my patient goes home with a temporary veneer-like cover bonded to the teeth. And roughly a week later, the patient returns to have the veneers permanently bonded.

Veneers are responsible for many of the stunning movie star smiles you see in Hollywood today, and applied properly by a dentist who knows what they’re doing, veneers will last for many, many years.

“Your Next Step To A Picture Perfect Smile That Will TURN HEADS…”

If you desire a more beautiful, sparkling smile, it’s always a wise idea to first sit down with an experienced, reputable Cosmetic Dentist to discuss what treatment options are available to you. A report like this is good, but you need to come in and discuss your exact situation. (I’m going to give you that opportunity in a second.)

I’ve had the pleasure of helping many, many people achieve the smile of their dreams, and now I’d like to invite YOU to do the same. Take a second and call (704) 540-1900 and receive $100 off your first visit.

Once you come in we’ll answer all of your questions and let you know all the details and exactly what we can do for you and your smile.

It’s really that simple…call (704) 540-1900 to receive $100 off your first visit.

Procrastination is the killer of dreams!

Don’t put off having the perfect smile of your dreams… — I’ll go over everything we spoke about in this report, and answer all of your questions. I can’t wait to sit down with you in person and talk with you about your smile!

Warmly,

 

Dr. Añonuevo.

Receive $100 Off Your First Visit – Call (704) 540-1900 to get it now!

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