I plan on getting on getting Snap-on Smile for esthetic reasons to improve my smile. I’ve been doing some reading and I understand many people are disappointed with the smile because they look bulky and fake. I started digging a bit deeper and think the fake look is because they are so white. I would insist the dentist keep the yellowish color of my teeth. I also learned there are six specific tools that can be used by snap on smile dentists to make adjustments. I would want mine looking flatter so they won’t look bulky. I would also like the vertical grooves between the teeth deepened. With these adjustments, I feel like there is a better chance of me getting the results I want. Is there anything else I am overlooking?
I can tell you put a great deal of work into research. I am concerned that you will end up disappointed. No matter how well done snap-on smile is, you will not get a beautiful smile. You will probably get an acceptable smile. Even then, it will look fake at a conversational distance.
A white color does not cause something to look fake. There are many smile makeovers done with porcelain veneers that are very white but still look natural. That has more to do with the materials used, the variation in the opacity, as well as the skill of the dentist. Snap-on Smile is made from acryllic, which will never have the translucency needed for a natural looking smile.
This type of device is more useful for something like a photoshoot. Some people use them for a special event, such as a class reunion. This is not your best makeover option for a smile that you will love on a permanent basis. As long as you have realistic expectations, you will have a good experience.
Based on what you’ve said, I’m worried your expectation are too high.
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