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The Value of Veneers – How to Achieve a Movie Star Smile
Date:7/29/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 29, 2013

Getting the ’Movie star body’ is harder than it looks. Many people embark on exercise programs and diets, but they often end up quitting before they hit their goals. Some even resort to expensive surgery, which carries many health risks and can have varied results. It can also be a health risk to lose too much weight or gain too much muscle in a very short space of time. People can go to extremes trying to achieve what may not even be in their best interests. A “movie star smile” on the other hand, is much more easily attainable and doesn’t carry such high health risks. By having porcelain veneers placed over the front teeth, anyone can have their smile transformed into the kind of perfect smile that they have seen shine out from billboards and movie screens. Anyone in any doubt as to how dental work can improve a smile should look up some ‘Before & After’ photos of movie stars, who had severe dental problems before their big breaks and eventually, with success - had their ‘Hollywood’ dental work done. Individuals interested in looking into porcelain veneers work in Miami will find expert consultation and treatment services at TM Prosthodontics.

TM Prosthodontics, the dental practice of Dr. Tal Morr, one of the most respected Miami dentists, announces how to achieve a ‘Movie star smile’ with dental veneers. Unlike the ‘Movie star body’ that can only be achieved by visiting the gym regularly, a perfect smile results takes only a few visits to a dental office. After an initial consultation to ensure that veneers are viable for the individual, the next step is to have thin pieces of porcelain bonded to the teeth. These are extremely durable and resist most types of staining, and most people will find that they last at least ten years. People looking for teeth veneers in Miami can go for an initial consultation at TM Prosthodontics’ dental office and decide if they would want to improve their smile with a simple procedure. Of course, in some cases of neglected condition of the teeth, veneers will not be possible. If the surface of a tooth is not able to support a veneer, perhaps it is because the tooth is broken or in very bad condition, implants may be more advisable. Dr. Tal Morr is also a leading provider of dental implants in Miami. Every face is unique and thus every smile is unique. Veneers and implants do not change the shape of the mouth; they only enhance the effect of the smile. The results are relatively subtle, but are extremely effective.

About TM Prosthodontics: TM Prosthodontics, a leading dental office in Miami, is the practice of Dr. Tal Morr. With over 18 years of experience, Dr. Tal Morr maintains a private practice in Aventura Florida limited to Aesthetic, Implant, and Complex Restorative Dentistry. The practice is conveniently located on Dixie Highway, in Miami, Florida, and offers full consultations and the availability of payment plans. For more information and to book a consultation, call 305-935-6066 or visit tmprosthodontics.com

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