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Why a trial smile?

Brought to you by Benjamin Aanderud, Nathan Doyel and Richard McKinney - New Smiles - Cosmetic Dentistry INSIDERS -

NEW SMILES DENTAL - Dentists Nathan Doyel, Benjamin Aanderud and Richard McKinney.For many people, a new smile may include more than just changing the color and shape of their teeth. It may also include changing the position and length. This new position and length may require some getting used to and possibly some adjustments. For these reasons, the doctors at New Smiles developed a procedure they termed the "trial smile". For example, if your teeth have been worn or broken down to the point where your bite has been altered, a trial smile is a great way for both you and your doctors to get used to your new youthful smile and ideal bite before any permanent changes are made.

The trial smile procedure begins with a consultation with one of the doctors at New Smiles. Impressions of your teeth are then taken and the proposed improvements are designed and then copied to your mouth using composite resin, gently bonded to your current teeth. You then take your new smile on a trial run. You can talk with it, eat with it, and show your friends and family what your new smile will look like! When we know that everything looks and functions perfectly, your new smile is then completed permanently.

To see if the trial smile is right for you or a loved one, or to answer any of your other dental questions, call 503-925-9595 to speak with a New Smiles team member today or visit NewSmiles.com.

New Smiles Dental

17680 SW Handley St., Suite 101

Sherwood, OR 97140

503-925-9595

www.newsmiles.com/