Get a Competitive Edge in the Post-COVID Job Market with Veneers

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Back in the spring of last year, more than half a million Floridians filed claims for unemployment due to job losses because of the coronavirus pandemic. Are you one of them? Maybe you’re still waiting to go back to work, or your employer was forced to close permanently. Maybe you’re just looking for a fresh start, doing something else, or working someplace new. If you’re going to be in the job market, you want to look and feel your best. One of Orange City’s top-rated cosmetic dentists, Dr. Terry Soule, can help by revitalizing your smile and boosting your confidence by installing beautiful porcelain veneers.

Job searches can be highly competitive

From previous job interviews, you know how important a first impression is. In your interview, your prospective manager isn’t just evaluating your resumé and work history. He or she is evaluating your appearance, your demeanor, and how you carry yourself. When it comes to a first impression, your smile is a feature that most people notice before anything else. People who feel good about the appearance of their smile show it more often—and people who smile more feel more confident and appear to be more attractive and even capable. On the other hand, if you are self-conscious about an aesthetic issue with your smile, you’re less likely to show it.

Veneers could help you land your dream job

Cosmetic dentists have been using veneers to transform smiles for years. At Terry Soule, DDS, we work only with veneers made of dental porcelain. This a beautiful, durable material that resists surface stains and has a translucency similar to real tooth enamel. That means, once your veneers are installed, they’re going to look just like natural teeth.

Veneers are versatile; they can be used to address an aesthetic flaw in a single tooth or placed on all the visible tooth surfaces in your mouth to transform your entire smile. A single set of veneers can address multiple issues at once—stains, chips, cracks, or concealing an unwanted gap between two teeth. Moreover, veneers can be selected to any shade you desire—either to blend in with surrounding teeth or to a brighter shade to whiten all of your teeth permanently.

How long will it take to get my veneers?

You can expect to make three total visits to our cosmetic dentist’s office in Orange City. First, you’ll meet with Dr. Soule for a consultation, at which time you will explain your aesthetic goals. He will review your dental and medical health history, making sure that you are a good candidate for the procedure and that veneers are a good treatment choice for you.

Next is the actual veneer process, which takes place over the course of two separate appointments. At the first appointment, the tooth or teeth being treated will be prepped for the veneers; this entails the removal of a very small amount of the existing tooth structure, ensuring that your new veneers can bond flush against the outer surface of your teeth. Next, we take impressions that serve as a guide for the fabrication of your porcelain veneers, and a temporary restoration will be placed. Approximately two weeks later, you return to receive your permanent veneers. The results are immediate, natural, and can make a dramatic difference in the appearance of your smile.

Porcelain Veneers in Orange City

In a competitive job market, you want every advantage you can get. By investing in veneers, you’re improving your smile, your self-confidence, and your appeal as a potential employee. Let Terry Soule, DDS, use the science of cosmetic dentistry to help you land the job you’ve been wanting. Schedule your consultation today by calling (386) 775-1552 if you live in the areas of DeBary, Deltona, and Orange City, FL.

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