For the longest time, I was okay with it. I never had the best teeth in the world, but it seemed like the older I got, the worse they got, I guess you could say. The smile just wasn’t what I wanted, and I was really kind of … I don’t know if ashamed is quite the right word, but I was kind of embarrassed by it. And I saw an ad for these veneers, and I thought, "Well, that’s kind of what I wanted." So I came in, and I got them, and I’ve been thrilled with them.
They explained the entire procedure to me, exactly what was gonna happen, what he was going to do, about how long it would take, showed me some pictures of other people that had had them, what they would look like. In fact, a couple of the staff members had had some of it done. And they kind of explained to me what it was for them. And so that made it easier, too, and I saw the result on them. So they explained every step along the way. So you knew exactly what was gonna happen, and when it was gonna happen, so that I liked. And it was true to form.
I’ve had actually people come up to me and ask me kind of on the side, "What have you done, what did you do to your teeth?" I mean, they didn’t really want to say, "Gosh, you looked terrible before." Which, you know, I didn’t think I did, but I’ve had a lot of people say they really look nice, what an improvement, and I’m anxious to smile. So I don’t have any qualms about it. So I’m really, really happy with the result.