Dental veneers are your key to a Hollywood smile.
A dental veneer can transform a dodgy smile into a great one. Here’s how.
If you’ve read our blog in the past, you’ll probably know that we love a good movie. We’re happy to watch movies from any era, but we have a special affection for those old Black & Whites that typically appear after midnight when nobody is watching.
And so it came as no surprise when late last Wednesday (very late, in fact), we got stuck in to a brilliant documentary which shed some light on the making of some of the great musicals of yesterday.
The documentary focused on Marni Nixon, in particular. And while you probably have never heard OF her, you’ve very definitely head her. You see, Marni and others just like her provided the singing voices for huge hits like Singin’ in the Rain and South Pacific, providing the vocal support for box office stars who simply couldn’t sing.
Marni was a brilliant vocalist and one of the busiest ‘ghost singers’ in Hollywood. Among the stars she stood in for were Deborah Kerr in The King and I, and Natalie Wood in West Side Story.
And here’s the point we’d like to make about this ‘ghost singing’. The general public was simply not aware of it, and so turned up to hear their favourite stars sing and dance – and were none the wiser that some of this was faked.
This notion of faking it successfully brings us neatly to the topic of today’s blog - dental veneers. We tend to believe that veneers give you all the brilliance of ‘the real deal’, but by using an intervention that very few people will ever know about (unless you decide to share it with them, of course).
And with the cost of veneers dropping so much in recent times, there’s every chance that many of your friends (and even some of your family) are walking around with a smile that’s been enhanced by their local, friendly dentist.
The drop in cost has been very sharp, largely due to a very healthy competitor environment within the dental space, and also a much greater level of streamlining in the modern dental surgery.
And if affordability happens to be an issue for you, remember that you don’t have to pay for your treatment all at once. Instead, you can opt to spread the cost over three months, six months or nine months – thanks to our 0% Dental Finance Plan. This can be very handy at expensive times of the year such as Christmas – or simply to give you a bit of breathing space when it comes to paying off your treatment.
Also bear in mind that when it comes to veneers Ireland is a great place to source your treatment, as Irish dentists offer a great mix of value and quality.
So whether you opt for standard or composite veneers, you can be sure of ending up with a smile that will be even better than the real thing.If you'd like to read a bit more on this topic, may we recommend the following for you - http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/guide/veneers#1