Who doesn’t want beautiful luscious lips and a bright Hollywood smile? Nowadays this look is more attainable than ever before. There are numerous options to change your mouth from drab to fab in just a couple of hours.

One of the most noticeable aspects when it comes to the mouth area is the teeth. There is nothing more aging than a yellowing smile which can often cause endless insecurities. The three most harmful factors that assist in staining the teeth are red wine, coffee and smoking. Avoiding these can help keep the teeth white and bright. However for many of us it is already too late to avoid the offenders (or too late to want to!). A quick fix solution to this problem is a procedure called Zoom! teeth whitening. It makes a world of a difference! This procedure is simple and painless. It takes just under an hour and is done right at our  office in Chestnut Hill. The results are immediately noticeable, and provide you with huge confidence boost that will make you want to show off those pearly whites whenever you get the chance.

Of course, beautiful lips are also critical for a beautiful mouth .  Many strive for that perfect Angelina Jolie pout, but not all of us are lucky enough to be born with it. That’s where Dr. Spiegel comes in! From a simple filler to a lip implant, there is always something that can be done to plump up those lips. Both of these procedures can be done in the office with minimal downtime. A lip lift is another option to enhance your lips. With time the lip may lengthen, and this can age you. With a lip-lift Dr. Spiegel is able to create a fuller more voluptuous and youthful shape.  Not only does this procedure make your mouth look more shapely but it can also help to even out the facial features and result in a more attractive appearance overall.

We all know it is always important to make a good first impression, and one of the first things people see when they look at you, is your mouth. A makeover for your mouth is a simple and easy way to change your life!

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