Success and confidence are linked together. When you feel confident, you project that confidence.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 08, 2015
From veneers and whitening, to Invisalign and implants, Dr. Ginger Price shares with Randy Alvarez, host of the Wellness Hour TV Show, how the team at Ginger Price DDS has a knack for finding the best treatment path that will give patients the results they are looking for.
Over time, all teeth become worn, tired and even chipped and stained. And while today's cosmetic dentistry procedures can fix just about any problem, Dr. Price reveals that the secret to a beautiful smile lies in the artistic effort and fine-tuning ability of a cosmetic dentist to create the perfect smile.
For those who still believe cosmetic dentistry is painful or time-consuming, Dr. Price sheds light on new technological advances in the industry that have greatly improved the cosmetic dental experience ̶ like Propel technology, which cuts Invisalign treatment time in half, and sedation dentistry for those undergoing lengthy or complicated procedures.
Dr. Price doesn't just talk about the benefits of a great smile ̶ she shows us, with plenty of before and after photos of real patients and the stories behind their new smiles.
Improving your smile is one vital step to improving your life. "Success and confidence are linked together," explains Dr. Price. "When you feel confident, you project that confidence."
Watch Dr. Price's interview on The Wellness Hour Friday and Saturday evenings at 6:00 PM on Cox Channel 7, or Monday and Wednesday mornings at 7:00 AM on DIRECTV ION Channel 61.
About The Wellness Hour TV Show
The leader in medical news and information, The Wellness Hour TV Show was launched in 1998 by Randy Alvarez, the number one producer of medical and dental documentaries in the world.
The Wellness Hour is a place for the nation's leading medical specialists to discuss the latest breakthroughs in their industry and the impact they have on their communities.
Since its inception, the show has aired more than 1,200 episodes, reaching 70 million homes across the U.S. and Canada each week.