What is a Hollywood Smile?
A bright and radiant smile revealing perfect teeth is an indicator of health and beauty. The term “Hollywood Smile” comes from the perfect, pearly white smile the Hollywood actors and actresses have. With tailored and expert dental care at Voila, you can achieve the smile of your dreams. There are two types of solutions to your teeth concerns, crowns, and veneers. Veneers is a less invasive procedure and is recommended for patients who already have decent teeth but need slight improvements. Crowns often require shaving down of the already existing teeth and is considered more invasive but can be an ideal solution for extreme dental concerns.
Crowns are used when a tooth or a whole set of teeth are strongly damaged (such as tooth decay or accidents), where a simple filler procedure does not suffice. Crowns act as the defender of the actual teeth and look extremely natural and beautiful.
Your surgeon will recommend the best method for you after assessing your dental situation during your consultation to make sure you achieve that beautiful and confident smile.
Suitability for Hollywood Smile
You are an ideal candidate for Hollywood smile if you:
Have teeth discoloration
Have dental gaps
Have unevenly formed or chipped teeth
Want a beautiful and bright smile
Want a refreshed and clean look
Wish to improve your confidence
Are healthy and at your ideal weight
Have done your research on the procedure and the possible risks
We use local anesthesia during all our procedures so our patients do not feel any pain or discomfort. You might experience sensitivity, inflammation, and irritation after the procedure but should subside within two weeks.
As the Voila health care team, we will ensure that you have gone through all the necessary health checkups before your surgery, and always be there for you during recovery to ensure you feel your best the whole time.
Aftercare is as important as the surgery itself when it comes to boosting the effects of the procedure.
Quitting smoking and drinking during and after the healing process are recommended, as smoking and alcohol intake might slow down the healing and potentially affect the surgery results.
If necessary, your doctor may prescribe you painkillers.
Patience is key. A better you is on the way!