A Mask for Your Teeth!

A Mask for Your Teeth!


What are YOU going to be for Halloween? Dressing up as a character from a movie or book, as an animal or a witch always provides a fun time and entertainment. Sometimes, it’s fun to plan your costume to play up your physical characteristics- like dressing a baby bump as a watermelon or someone with exceptionally long hair dressing as Rapunzel.


Teeth that are crooked, unevenly spaced, and irregularly shaped, could work well for a scary costume, but you might not want to play them up. If the fake, plastic Halloween teeth look nicer than your natural ones, Dr. Jamsheed has a solution for you.


In just two visits, veneers can be installed as a permanent “mask” for your teeth, and you can have a beautiful smile, whether you’re dressing up as royalty or just being yourself!


Only Two Visits


Getting porcelain veneers is the quickest, most effective way to get a glamorous smile. While orthodontics can take up to a couple of years to work, and implants require several months from start to finish, veneers are usually complete in two visits and just a couple of weeks’ time.


First Appointment: Dr. Jamsheed will buff away a small amount of enamel from the teeth that need to be covered with veneers. Then, he will take an impression of your teeth for the dental lab to use in creating your custom restorations.


Second Appointment:  After 10-14 days, the veneers will come back from the lab. Dr. Jamsheed will affix them to your teeth and make sure they line up well in your mouth and look natural. You’ll walk out of Encino Dental Studio with a brand-new smile!


Don’t Hide Your Monster Teeth


If you’re uncomfortable with the appearance of your smile, it’s time to do something that boost’s your self-confidence. Contact Dr. Amir Jamsheed and find out how easy it is to make your smile into something beautiful!

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