Beautiful Smile Guarantee
We have often heard the horror stories of patients coming to us from another practice after having spent tens of thousands of dollars getting a new smile and ending up dissatisfied with the results. We never want that to happen to one of our patients. When you come to us for a smile makeover we want you leaving thrilled with the results.
In order to insure satisfaction we’ve set up some safeguards for our patients. We begin with your smile design. Using computer imaging to design the ideal smile for your face. From there, Dr. Cha or Gaches will do a wax mock up before beginning your veneers in the lab. Once we’re satisfied with the mock up, we design temporary veneers that you can wear to make sure you are happy with the results.
If you’re not pleased with the temporary veneers, we go back to the lab as much as is necessary to get the results you were hoping for. We don’t place your permanent veneers until you are thrilled with your temporary ones. And even after the permanent new smile is made, Dr. Cha or Gaches will try it on with try-in paste to be absolutely sure. If you don’t love them, they will be adjusted or even re-made until you do. That is our beautiful smile guarantee.
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