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How to Find the Best Dentist in Bothell to Improve Your Smile

September 29, 2018
Posted By: Dr. Evan Chiang & Dr. Yogesh Goel
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Are you getting ready for a big event like a wedding or reunion and want to be able to show off a confident smile in all the pictures? Or maybe you would like to improve your smile because you feel it would help your chances for career success.

You don’t necessarily need a reason to want a better smile because everyone deserves to look their best. But how do you decide on a Bothell cosmetic dentist who will tick all the boxes for you? Here are a few suggestions to get you started!

Start with a Wish List

What is it about your smile you would like to change? Do you want it to appear brighter? Do you have flaws like chips, cracks, or uneven spacing between teeth? Maybe you aren’t sure exactly what you want to change, you just know you aren’t happy with the way your smile looks now.

Starting with a list can help you articulate what it is you want to change because you need to be able to communicate your desires to your dentist clearly.

Ask for Referrals

Have a friend or co-worker with a smile you envy? The odds are that they had a little help from cosmetic dentistry, so start by telling them how much you love their smile and if they’d be willing to recommend their dentist.

Ask to See Before and After Pictures

Many dentists today have websites with a Smile Gallery that shows before and after pictures of their actual patients. If not, you can visit the dentist’s office and ask to see their previous work.

Call Woodin Creek Dental

Dr. Yogesh Goel and Evan Chiang are experienced dentists who have the skill to provide smile transformations that exceed expectations every time. Please call us to arrange a commitment-free consultation to learn how we can help you love your smile again.

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