Help Da Get Press On Veneers by Brighter Image Lab

Hello, my name is Da Vue. I am a 21 year old female living in Fresno, California. I am writing to you because of the condition of my teeth. I am embarrassed to show my teeth when smiling. I am tired of controlling my facial expressions in public because of my teeth. When I was in middle school, I was bullied by several students attending the same school. During class time, there were two students who sat behind me and teased me every day about my teeth. It not only made me not want to come to school, but had me begging my mother to take me to a dentist and get my teeth fixed. Unfortunately, my mother’s income was never enough to afford going to a dentist. Every day when I went to school I tried not to smile, but if I did, I would just turn my head or cover my mouth. To this day, I still remember overhearing comments such as, “Da has really ugly teeth – when she smiles we can’t stand to look at her. When she shows her teeth, you see a gap so large you could stick a branch between them, I bet she’s missing two teeth at least!” When I heard them say this, I did not know what to think or how to feel, so I just pretended that I did not hear them talking about me. Every day I have to control myself to not smile and risk showing my teeth. I am not proud of my teeth or my smile. Often, I choose not to go out with my friends because of my smile and the structure of my teeth, I have absolutely no self-confidence. I would like to go on to college and maybe one day have a boyfriend but I feel inhibited by my appearance. I worry about future employment, I fear no employer will want to hire me because I do not have an attractive smile.
One day I came across a website known as, “Press-on veneers – from bad to beautiful”. This website immediately gave me hope. I began to dream that one day I would have a beautiful smile and that gave me the courage to write down my story which, hopefully, you would read and understand what it would mean to me (and my mother) to have a smile makeover and what a difference it would make in my life. Thank you so much for your consideration.
Da Vue

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