We always love to show our best sides to people we meet, and that includes our smiles. However, there may be some funny cracks, gaps, or discolorations that may make us hold back our smiles. With porcelain veneers, our professionals will help you restore your teeth to the best presentable state possible.
What Are Veneers?
Veneers are very thin biocompatible shells that can cover the front-facing part of the tooth. Usually, we make veneers with composite resin materials and allow easy makeovers for teeth that have cracks and fractures. When there are stains and discolorations on teeth, these are less invasive procedures with greatly impressive results. We will break down the additional benefits of porcelain veneers.
They Look Natural
Our professionals mold your veneers after taking measurements of your teeth. This is to ensure that they mimic the shape, size, and form of your teeth to detail. Also, the composite resin materials allow us to use color shades that are exactly like your natural tooth.
Slightly Invasive Procedure
Veneers are really thin, so they require less work done on your tooth. Typically, our professionals will need to shave off a tiny thickness of enamel off the front of your tooth to accommodate the veneer. This also means that you may need little or no anesthesia for the procedure.
Even though they appear thin, veneers are strong and durable. They can last up to 15 years if they receive good maintenance, although you will prolong their lifespan by avoiding biting hard items. Porcelain veneers are also stain-resistant, and cannot suffer decay. Although you should keep up good oral hygiene to keep your natural teeth healthy.
Caring for your veneers is as easy as caring for your natural teeth. Brush and floss at least twice a day to ensure that tartar does not build up. Also, keeping scheduled exam appointments with our professionals is highly profitable. Speak to us today to know if veneers are perfect for you.
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