A: Lisa, get to the nearest computer or smart phone and email me. I will respond to the email by attaching a photo of what happens when patients try to cut corners and only treat their front four or six teeth. The photo is of a fashion model in a magazine, believe it or not! Ninety percent of patients show 10 teeth in a full smile. If you don’t treat the full smile, you can wind up looking like you are missing back teeth or reveal the unsightly transition of a veneered tooth adjacent to an un-veneered tooth. For free consumer info on veneers, contact us.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. Mitchell Josephs will be giving a FREE LECTURE on Incision-Free Dental Implant Surgery, Digital Crowns & Veneers, Choosing a Dental Office and NEW TOPIC: Oral Care for Cancer Patients, at the Double Tree Hotel, PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens on Thursday January 19th at 4:00 pm. Attendees will receive a FREE copy of his book: “Tooth Talk”. There are only 33 seats left. Call today to register at 561-832-2917
Dr. Mitchell Josephs practices Cosmetic, Implant and General Dentistry in Palm Beach and hosts the “Tooth Talk” radio show on Fridays at 11am and Tuesdays at 8:30am on WBZT AM1230. (www.radiotoothtalk.com) On staff at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Dr. Mitchell Josephs is a Faculty Advisory Board member at McGill University’s Faculty of Dentistry.
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