Some people like to think awhile before making up their minds. After Tina came in for her first consult, she came back for a second, and then for a third. She was extremely particular, and wanted to be certain that everything would work out perfectly. But the third time was the charm -- we really hit it off, and Tina was ready to commit to her treatment plan. Her upper teeth were very translucent, and apeared dull and gray in color. To add to the mix, the shape of her teeth, from left to right, was not balanced. To solve the problem, we did some minor gum correction to create a more uniform and harmonious position. Then, we prepared ten of Tina's upper teeth for porcelain veneers. Tina was really happy with the final outcome, and now wonders why it took her three consults to make the right decision.