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Preview Your Brand New Smile with SmileMagic in Brookline, MA

April 30, 2013

87550037Whether you’re hoping to undergo teeth whitening, orthodontic treatment, or porcelain veneers, deciding to enhance your smile cosmetically is a big decision, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. After all, how can you know for sure that your smile will turn out like you’ve always imagined it? What if you’re unhappy with the look of the final results? These are difficult questions. Other dentists may try to pressure you to go in blindly, but here at Boston Smile Center, we know that pictures are worth a thousand words. That’s why Dr. Sasson has invested in SmileMagic, a revolutionary new digital imaging tool that can show you a precise image of what your brand-new smile will look once treatment is over. Guessing games and crossed fingers are now a thing of the past for patients in Brookline, MA and beyond!

How does SmileMagic work?  

It’s simple – our specially trained imaging technician will utilize SmileMagic’s software to manipulate digital photographs of your current smile according to the detailed instructions provided by Dr. Sasson. Both professionals will work together closely, putting in however much work is needed until the new picture is an accurate representation of what your brand-new smile will look like after treatment. Our team will be happy to show you the outcomes of a variety of different procedures, including orthodontic work and porcelain veneers! With the help of SmileMagic, patients who come in to our Brookline office don’t have to second-guess themselves about procedures; instead, they can have a direct look into the future!

Dr. Sasson and his team are committed to providing smiles of all shapes and sizes with thorough, personalized care that puts patient comfort first. Contact our Brookline office if you have any questions about our services, or if you’re ready to schedule a FREE consultation with Dr. Sasson.

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