Turn Your Year Around


So let’s face it- 2020 has not exactly been our best year yet. We started out so optimistic; it just had such a nice ring to it (cue all the puns about 20/20 vision). But here we are 8 months later and all we have to show for it is a load of worry: will this pandemic ever end; can I safely send my children to school; does this mask match my outfit?

Well I’m here to offer you 3 ways to finish out the year and to make 2020 suck less!

1) Smile Makeover! Have you ever wondered what a bright, healthy new smile would do for your appearance, your confidence, and your oral health? Now is a great time to invest in yourself. With our FREE virtual consult feature (just check it out on our website), you can ask all the questions and get all the answers before committing to anything. Nothing scary about it! I’ll personally send you a video answering your questions about the process, the expected outcome, and the price. Think you can’t afford it? We now offer interest free, in house payment options to make your dream smile a reality!

2) Straight teeth! What better time to straighten your teeth than when you’re wearing a mask all day anyway? Talk about a big reveal once the mask mandate is lifted! With clear aligners, getting your teeth straightened has never been easier. In as little as a few months, teeth can gradually be straightened and metal braces can be avoided all together. Don’t believe me? Check out some of our “before and after” cases on Instagram!

3) Maximize your insurance benefits! 4 months left in the year means 4 months to use up your insurance benefits. So stop procrastinating! Especially if you are in need of a dental implant- placing now ensures the restoration (or crown) can be placed come January, utilizing your insurance the best way possible. If you have questions about your insurance, remaining benefits, or treatment, please call our insurance coordinator Misty at 601-992-1605.

So 2020 has failed you. The good news is we still have 4 months to turn that around. In all seriousness, even if that doesn’t mean investing in your smile, find a way to make these last few months meaningful. In light of the crisis our world is going through, let’s not take a single day for granted. Every day we’re given the opportunity to smile, and I hope to help you make that a smile you’re proud of!