Trial Smile

Trial Smile 

With Trial Smiles, patients can preview their results before committing to a cosmetic procedure. This empowers patients to see the true value of their dental work and make an informed decision. Ilien Minter, DDS, offers this service to her patients at her Murrieta dental practice. 

Elite Dental offers this service to our patients in Murrieta, Menifee, Lake Elsinore, and surrounding communities. If you’re interested in previewing your beautiful smile, call us to schedule a consultation today. 

Benefits of a Trial Smile

With a trial smile, patients are empowered to make the most informed decision about their dental care. Most patients are so enamored by the forecasted results of their trial smiles that they elect to go through with a more permanent option. In other cases, some patients may opt to retain their natural smiles despite flaws.

How Does a Trial Smile Work? 

A trial smile is a temporary recreation of the smile post-cosmetic treatment. To create this effect, Dr. Minter places a temporary bonding material over the teeth. With her expert touch, these few millimeters of material will replicate what the teeth will look like once the cosmetic procedures are complete. 

Trial smiles can simulate the enhancement of teeth that are: 

chipped 
disproportionately small 
unevenly spaced
discolored 

Some of these flaws may be delicate, and patients may be under the false impression that their repair isn’t worth the effort. With a trial smile, patients can see exactly how beneficial their treatment will be. 

Try on a New Look with Trial Smiles from Dr. Minter 

If you or a loved one are unsure about upcoming cosmetic dental work, preview your results at Signature Dental Care. Our compassionate staff wants to ensure you have the utmost certainty in your decisions with us. If you have more questions about this service or any of our more permanent cosmetic treatments, please feel free to browse our website or give us a call. We look forward to helping you smile more beautifully than ever!
 
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