If you know me, you know that I smile a lot. I havedecent teeth. They’re pretty straight and whiter than average, but they’re far from perfect. As an adult, I made the decision to wear clear braces, which I’ve talked about on my blog before.
I have used teeth whitener in the past, making them really white at times, and when I feel motivated to wear my Invisaligns, I do it. Sadly, I’m not as committed to doing that as I should be, and it seems to be directly correlated to my weight. When I was in the 280’s, I happily wore them, but once my weight creeped up over 300 again, I found myself failing to wear them. My teeth have shifted a little, but I’ve also begun wearing them again so there’s hope!
It seems that I lack consistency in some key areas of my life, but I’m trying to change that. And while some might say that my teeth shouldn’t be a concern right now, they are. My ability to smile and like what I see directly affects how I feel about myself. I feel fairly confident about my smile most of the time, but it’s fun to imagine how amazing I’d feel if I had a perfect, Hollywood smile.
I receive compliments on my teeth, but I often wonder what it would be like to have veneers. I know people who have taken drastic measures to improve their smile, and for the most part, they look great. I like to imagine a world in which my teeth are always flawless, but I don’t like to idea of spending thousands of dollars to watch someone shave my natural teeth off, only to replace them with something temporary.
Componeers are a newer kind of veneer that can create a smile without going through such a drastic process. It also costs half of what the older, more invasive veneers cost, and a dentist can do the procedure in one office visit. For those reasons, I’m day dreaming about a trip to the dentist again. (Did I really just say that I am day dreaming about a trip to the dentist? Hehe)
Does anyone here have veneers, or some form of them? Would you consider getting Componeers to improve your smile?