Dr. Bromboz, Cosmetic Dentist, Has a New Twist on Previewing A Smile Make Over - The "Trial Smile"

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What is a "Trial Smile?" For patients to be able to preview what a smile makeover would look like, the rage, up until now, was to use a computer and drop in someone else's beautiful smile into the photo of the patient. While this gave the patient some idea of how their own smile makeover would look, it wasn't their teeth. With the advent of the new "Trial Smile" the patient can see, in their own mouth, what their smile makeover will look like. They get to try on their new smile before they get it. Most people wouldn't buy clothes without trying them on first, so patients enjoy seeing how a smile makeover will enhance their overall appearance.

Jonathan J. Bromboz, Cosmetic Dentist in Clearwater Florida, reveals the latest shortcut for a patient to see how a smile makeover would look on them. It's called a "Trial Smile."

What exactly is a Trial Smile? Look at it this way, most people would not buy a pair of pants without trying them on to see how they fit. Well now it is possible to try on a new smile before getting one.

Dr. Bromboz started doing these Trial Smiles so patients could actually see how a smile makeover could change and enhance their overall appearance. People want to know if the investment is worth the price and when they see the change to their appearance they get very excited.    

How is it done? The dentist takes a small amount of the white composite filling material, that is used for fillings, and smooths this on your front teeth so as to create better looking teeth. It is normally done in 15 to 30 minutes. Even though it is only temporary, it lasts long enough for the patient to wear it home so their family and friends can see the change. They are also sent home with Before and After Photos.

For patients to be able to preview what a smile makeover would look like, the rage up til now was to use a computer and drop in someone else's beautiful smile into the photo of the patient.    While this gave the patient some idea of how their own smile makeover would look, it wasn't their teeth. With a Trial Smile, the patient can see, in their own mouth, what their smile makeover will look like.

Some dentists are doing this for up to $1000 and some are doing it at their complimentary introductory consultations.

The changes are immediately visible and almost always very dramatic.

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