‘Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions
Is there something you want to change for the New Year?
Around this time each year people start to think about what they would like to change about themselves. It’s tied up in that idea of ‘new year, new you.’ For some, that means: starting a diet, eating less cheesy snacks, running more, buying fewer pairs of shoes.
The problem with so many New Year’s resolutions is they never seem to last long—Easter holidays arrive and you’re on a shoe buying spree. Or you’ve decided you’re really going to start running tomorrow. But you’ve been saying that since February.
Are you happy with your smile?
Maybe your new year’s resolution is not as grandiose as running every day, or buying fewer shoes, or dieting to attain a goal you’re not entirely certain about. What about your smile?
Do you feel like your teeth could be a little whiter? A little straighter maybe? Coast Dental in Christies Beach offers a number of conventional treatments to help you brighten, straighten and just generally improve your smile.
How about having whiter teeth in the New Year?
Cosmetically whitening your smile is a simple and straightforward process. Whether you are looking to have your teeth whitened with bleaching treatment or porcelain veneers, Coast Dental can carry out the treatment in just one appointment.
With our other teeth whitening treatment we can whiten your teeth up to 8 shades in just one hour. And to help you maintain the results, we provide you with a take-home kit: find out more.
How about straighter teeth in the New Year
At Coast Dental we offer suitable patients Invisalign, this orthodontic solution is virtually-invisible, removable and does not negatively impact your lifestyle. It is also an effective straightening method for patients with mild or severe crooked teeth. Find out more.
Looking after your smile now and into the future
With regular check-ups, scale and cleans you can help to maintain the health of your teeth. Especially at this time of year when the drink and bad food flows it’s imperative you continue to maintain your oral health with regular brushing and flossing.
Also, for those times when you are out and about and can’t brush your teeth drinking water and chewing sugar-free gum are great ways to help look after your teeth.