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Brighter Image Lab Veneers Review

Brighter Image Lab Veneers Review by a client in Washington

Watch our client in Washington give her Brighter Image Lab Veneers review. We absolutely love this client. She spells out exactly what it is like to wear Brighter Image Lab Veneers. If you ever wanted to know what it’s like being a client for Brighter Image Lab, she will tell you!

Kristian’s Brighter Image Lab Veneers Introduction

Hi guys, um, so this is just a review that I’m gonna do on my Brighter Image Lab Veneers that I got. I got them about a week and a half ago and I’ve been kind of slow about getting to a video. But I really did want to do a review because when I went on YouTube check them out I didn’t really see a lot of reviews.

So I’m kind of adding to reviews to help you guys if you do decide to get them because if you look at the smile of mine…

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My Brighter Image Lab Veneers Review

Basically they look completely natural and the process was super easy any one I talked to was super accommodating. Probably got a little tired of me because on the little texts to ask questions thing on their webpage. I asked probably ten different times about how is the process going. Is there anything I need to do? Do I need to send it any more pictures? Anything like that and they were always willing to help me and it was just kind of they were really accommodating to anything that I might have needed.

Um but I’ll take them out so you can see what my teeth look like beforehand, but just one more idea of what they did look like before.

My lips are chap.

And when I take them out, sorry kind of gross. You can see I had a lot of discoloration on my teeth and I have silver caps on both sides. I also have silver caps on the bottom so I am super happy with how they turned out.

Getting My Bottom Arch

So I’m looking to kind of now I’m going to look into getting my bottom arch done to cover those. Because I do really like how my top arch turned out and I’m really happy with it. But back on my teeth, basically yeah I mean they’re straight. I did have braces for three years but I just have a lot of discoloration. I had a root canal there so my tooth was two different colors. That was a root canal so the tooth is entirely fake.

How I got Started

So it was just kind of I find these Brighter Image Lab Veneers online and I was like oh that would be a great way to kind of whiten my teeth up. Because of my fake teeth I am unable to use like white strips or anything like that and my teeth are undersized. They’re about three percent under sized according to the brighter image people. So this way, I kind of pop these back in. I get the size that my teeth are supposed to be and they’re all white and they’re gonna stay white as long as I take care of them. Obviously and I love how they look.

Review Questions

As for review questions like can I eat with them in? I can eat with them in, I have before but most of the time I choose not to. Just because I want to preserve the quality of them. But if I was at like a business lunch or anything like that or with like a potential employer, I would be totally fine eating with them in. I just normally chosen not to just because I’m comfortable taking them out in front of my friends and I have no problem with that.

Then as for being able to talk with them in I’m sure you can tell I can talk very easily. I have had them for a week and a half. But like I said earlier I had braces for three years. So I was already used to the idea of kind of like retainer.

So I had no troubles even initially talking with them in. But as for the retainer, these are way thinner than my retainer. They feel like I have nothing on. I never even noticed them. Sometimes I forget that there and I’m like ah where is it but they’re actually in. And they’re, it’s really thin and I just love how it feels.

Brighter Image Lab Veneers Review Final Verdict

I love how it looks. I’m so happy with how it’s turning out like I said I’m I want to get my bottom arch done so bad now cuz I love them so much. And I’m just so much more confident in myself and it’s really just kind of changing who I am. And because I used to walk around kind of like this and shy and kind of hide myself. But now I’m happy to talk to anyone and give them a big old smile.

And I’m just my confidence is increasing so much so I’m really happy with how they turned out. But that’s basically my review on Brighter Image Lab Veneers.

I mean if you want to see one more time. That’s with them in. I’ll, see all my silver teeth which was what one of my biggest insecurities was my silver teeth showing in like pictures or anything like that.

And then back in they look like perfect teeth.

Thank You Brighter Image Lab

So thank you so much Brighter Image Lab you really have changed my life, and I couldn’t be happier!

Removable Veneers by Brighter Image Lab

Smile again with removable veneers

School is out and summer is upon us! Warmer weather makes everyone yearn to be outside, get active, and get some sunshine. Summer is also the time when we catch up with friends, travel, and visit family. Some people dread these events rather than anticipate them because of a challenged smile. Without removable veneers, a bad smile leaves you uncomfortable in social settings where you have to hide your smile.

Snap-On Smile introduces removable veneers

Lumineers and Snap-On Smile have historically offered a way past that challenge with removable veneers through your family dentist. The Snap-On Smile was created to bring people into the closest dentist. Offered as an entry level component to Lumineers porcelain veneers, only dentists carry them. People with bad teeth visited a dentist asking for removable veneers, hoping for a quick fix to a bad smile.

However, nobody wants to go to the dentist to find out they aren’t a candidate for removable veneers. Moreover, when asked, “How much does Snap-On Smile cost,” most people find that $3000.00 for removable veneers is beyond their means. With no dental coupon or low-income dental care offered for the Snap-On smile, there was no option in the past. Insurance does not typically pay for cosmetic procedures, and there were no Snap-On Smile alternatives. That leaves two bad choices: pay a lot for a Snap-On Smile or suffer with a challenged smile.

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But that isn’t the case anymore. Bil Watson of Brighter Image Lab believed that people deserved better. Rather than approaching the problem as solely dental issue, Bil knew there was a better way to make help affordable and available without a dentist. He tackled the problem not from a dental perspective, but from a purely technological standpoint.

In much the same way that sunglasses keep the glare out and afford you a level of comfort and obscurity without a prescription from an optometrist, removable dental veneers provide a similar relief for people who simply want the social comfort of covering their teeth from the judgment of others.

Contact Brighter Image Lab

If you’re one of the people dreading summer activities and social engagement because of a bad smile, you need to visit www.pressonveneers.com. Call Brighter Image Lab and ask to speak to Laurie Hall to find out how Press On Veneers can help you enjoy your summer by introducing you to a temporary, removable smile enhancement.

Dentist Office

How dental marketing keeps me from visiting the dentist office

School was out! I think the only person more excited about the end of school, besides the school staff, was me. No more 6:30 wake up alarms for a solid month. Looking forward to a full seven hours of sleep, excitement filled my inner being. Then the reality of summer chores hit me. My list included athletic physicals, lawn mowing in the brutal Texas heat, and the dreaded trip to our local family dentist office.

Going to teeth cleaning was about as much fun for me as—nothing I can think of. As the Rolodex of chores whirred through my head, I paused at the dentist office to try for a second to wrap my mind around why I dreaded the task so much. Unlike so many people, I have insurance and access to dental health services.

Every dentist office was the same

The dental care associates that we had seen were all nice enough, but something about the process always put my teeth on edge, literally. It was never better in one dentist office than another. In a small town, my insurance company paid for X-rays I didn’t have time for. In a large town, I waited so far past my scheduled time that I felt like sending the dentist office a bill for my hourly rate.

Thinking it through, I realized that I feel constantly bombarded with dental marketing without any corresponding perceived value on my part. You see, if I felt “cared for” when I left, I might feel differently. However, I can barely tell one stagnant waiting room equipped with 24/7 Disney from another.

Dentist office or car dealership?

Between the Groupon offers, the Internet pop-ups, and the waving Zoom teeth whitening balloons, I feel stalked by dental professionals who see me as nothing more than a dollar sign and never as a person with financial difficulties. In fact, the only place that I have felt that hunted is the new car lot. Like so many people, I’ve sneaked in late at night to a closed chain car dealership just to avoid feeling like a bunny rabbit coated in Marinara sauce. All in the attempt to make an informed decision absent the sales pressure.

Dentist OfficeBetween the Groupon offers, the Internet pop-ups, and the waving Zoom teeth whitening balloons, I feel stalked by dental professionals who see me as a dollar sign and never as a person. In fact, the only place that I have felt that hunted is the new car lot. Like so many people, I’ve sneaked in at night to a closed dealership just to avoid feeling like a bunny rabbit coated in Marinara sauce. All in the attempt to make an informed decision absent the sales pressure.

The dentist office tacks cancer screenings and gum tissue measurements and a whole list of things they never did in the past onto my bill without question. Every time I pass a dentist office with the waving balloon I wonder why he’s so broke that he’s scrambling for my kid’s fluoride treatment like it’s the only thing that’s going to buy his lunch that day.

We need dental care, not dental retail

It wasn’t always that way. Dental care used to rank right next to medical care on the list of respectable professions. In the past, the only reason to dread going to the dentist office was the drill. Today, that’s the least of my worries. Oral hygiene shouldn’t be a fight. Anyone should be able to walk into a dentist office that is clean and calm, and feel like that professional has your best interest at heart. That’s what’s they used to call “a practice”. I would give my business to a place like that in a heartbeat. For life.That’s what people want when they need dental help. They’re fighting to protect themselves from professionals taking more and giving less. Less empathy, relationship, time, and education. Less dedication to the patient. The effect is endemic. The consequences for peoples’ oral health and the dentists who serve us is verging on catastrophic.

It’s not the dentists’ fault

Completing years of training, student loans, obtaining a license, and opening an office just to beg people to come in. Discounting procedures, installing iPads, and renting giant roadside balloons to bring patients in. Having to practice creative dentistry just to make it? Something is utterly broken.The dentists and we suffer this together, and yet we seem pitted against each other. Having gone through the issue, I came to the root of it: As a pacifist, I avoid conflict. I don’t want to fight my dentist (or anyone), and so I do the next best thing—Avoidance. Informing myself, I felt empowered with both my own interest and my dentist’s interest at heart.

The fight with the dentist office continues…

I felt the best approach was to get educated before going in. Knowing we’d engage in the same bi-yearly argument regarding fluoride treatments for kids, I prepared myself. I pulled up research and Youtube to see what was going on in the fluoride debate these days. Turns out, the tickle I felt about too much fluoride was real. But that’s an issue for another day.

Supreme Court rules limiting teeth whitening unconstitutional

U.S. Supreme Court rule – dentists cannot regulate teeth whitening

Supreme Court rules limiting teeth whitening unconstitutionalThe U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the North Carolina dental board does not have the authority to regulate teeth whitening services. By a 6-to-3 vote, the court said that the state board, composed mainly of dentists, violated the nation’s antitrust laws by attempting to regulate teeth whitening competitors.

Teeth whitening at a dentist’s office can be expensive, so non-dentists started offering the service at a lower price at spas and shopping centers in North Carolina. The state board of dental examiners, which consists mainly of dentists, accused the non-dental teeth whitening businesses of practicing dentistry without a license. As a result, the board ordered them to stop regulate teeth whitening companies or face potential criminal charges.

Dentists regulate teeth whitening for personal gain

At that point, the Federal Trade Commission intervened to block the board’s actions. A lower court sided with the FTC. They agree state regulatory power ends when it gives private dentists the power to unlawfully knock out their teeth whitening competitors for personal gain.

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court also sided with the FTC. Writing for the six-justice majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy said that it is not even clear under North Carolina law that teeth whitening “constitutes the practice of dentistry.” He noted that states are normally immune from the federal antitrust laws. But in a case like this, where private dentists dominate a state dental board, he said, there is too great a risk of “self-dealing.”

The solution, he observed, is disinterested state authorities providing clear and active supervision to regulate teeth whitening. Unfortunately, the nation’s highest court found that did not exist in North Carolina.

What this means for other states

Almost all dental boards in the United States develop standards of professional conduct. These include continuing education requirements to maintain a high level of integrity and performance in the practice of dentistry. However, according to FTC records, a number of regulating dental boards have overstepped their authority. They make decisions not to “protect the public,” but to protect the special interest group they represent.

This decision not only affects the other states, but carries a mandate. States may only regulate teeth whitening through disinterested state authorities.