Smile – It’s Just What the Doctor Ordered!
Did you know that your cosmetic dentist in Galesburg, Dr. Cody Krech, can both improve your smile – and your life? Want to know how?
If you have been hiding your smile, you may be missing out on one of life’s biggest health and happiness boosters. You see, smiling not only connects us to others and communicates joy, smiling also:
- Releases mood-boosting endorphins into your bloodstream
- Lowers your blood pressure and heart rate
- Reduces pain
- Curtails stress hormones
- Boosts your immune system
- Stimulates your brain and helps you think better
- Improves your decision-making ability
It can even help you live longer!
And here you thought Cosmetic Dentistry in Galesburg was only to help you look better. To learn more about the benefits of smiling, check out this TED talk.
Health and Beauty Go Hand-in-Hand
Obviously smiling can improve your overall health, but did you know that cosmetic dentistry itself can improve your oral health as well? Here at The Dental Group of Galesburg, we always go out of our way to make sure that all dentistry is completed on a healthy foundation. That means that if we find something like gum disease or cavities, we will never perform cosmetic procedures without taking care of those issues first. Why? Your valuable cosmetic treatments just won’t last on an unsound base. What’s more, your Galesburg dentist makes sure every procedure is completed with appearance, strength, balance, and longevity in mind, so your beautiful smile supports your health and well-being for a lifetime.
Do I Really Need Cosmetic Dentistry?
If you aren’t sure, why not schedule a consultation with Dr. Krech, your new cosmetic dentist in Galesburg? We can help walk you through all the reasons and benefits of cosmetic smile care so you can decide whether or not it is right for you. Some of the most common reasons folks in our area choose cosmetic dentistry are:
- Stained, discolored, or dark enamel
- Broken, chipped, or cracked teeth
- Short or worn-down teeth
- Gum overgrowth
- Gaps, crookedness, or bite issues
We can even combine any of the procedures you may need for a full-mouth restoration.