They say a smile goes a long way.
But what if you hate yours?
Do you find yourself…
- Hiding your teeth while you speak?
- Covering your mouth when you laugh?
- Not actually smiling when having your pictures taken
- Avoiding food or drinks you love for the fear that it will get your teeth noticed?
Your smile says a lot about you – but what’s it actually saying?
Find out if you’re confident in your smile by answering the questions below.
Taking this short quiz will help you in two ways. First, it will help you understand where you land with your smile confidence. Second, it will analyze your responses to identify potential next steps toward attaining your ideal smile – one you can live with confidently. It will only take a few moments of your time, so why wait any longer? Let’s get started!
“I can truly say my dental experience for the past 16 years with Dr. Wych and staff has been exceptional. They provide state of the art dental care and provide excellent customer service. They demonstrate on every visit what professionalism looks like and they are always working with a smile.”
— Malcom W.
“You can just have your treatment done, no anticipation. So I do think its going to change how people feel about coming to the dentist.”
– N. Seyler
“My experience with Dr. Wych and staff has been one of great relief. All of my fears lifted the very minute I walked into the office. It has been a painless and great experience. Give it a try; you’ll be in for a surprise.”
— Joanne W.
“Everyone wants a healthy mouth, but along with those thoughts comes dentistry. Visits with your dentist come with anxiety about what you need done, how you are going to feel during certain procedures, and how much better you are going to feel afterwards.Dr. Wych and his staff are very professional and really try to keep you comfortable before, during and after any procedure. There is no pressure to do anything you really feel negative about. I started coming to Dr. Wych around 1996 and immediately felt at ease around the whole friendly staff. The office is a clean environment, and in dentistry, that is very important to me. You only get one set of adult teeth so we should all take good care, keep appointments, and start smiling a little more!”
– D. Wyatt