Improve Your Smile With Porcelain Veneers

Instantly Improve Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers

Jan 29, 2018

Given the choice of having a fast fix or a complex, drawn-out solution, which would you select? Most people would opt for quick and simple problem resolution. Fix it and keep it moving. That is what porcelain veneers offer, a quick and simple procedure to resolve cosmetic dental issues. You can improve your smile in two brief office visits.

How Veneers Can Improve Your Smile

Veneers improve your smile by covering up tooth imperfections. Cracked, worn down, stained, chipped or widely gapped teeth benefit can be restored with porcelain veneers. They are designed to match the natural look of your smile, improve mouth function and aesthetic appearance. Alternative dental treatments, such as teeth whitening, clear aligners, and traditional braces provide some of the same cosmetic solutions.

A Quick and Simple Solution

The application of porcelain veneers requires two dentist visits. The first appointment involves preparing the tooth (or teeth) for placement of the thin shell. At this time, an impression is taken of your mouth. The mold will be used to create your custom veneer. A temporary dental veneer will be put in place until your permanent shell is completed. At the second visit, the temporary shell will be removed, and your customized porcelain veneer will be fixed to the affected tooth. Your imperfect smile is now perfectly enhanced.

Alternative Dental Treatments

Alternative treatments like teeth whitening, braces or clear plastic aligners can straighten teeth, correct misalignments and enhance your smile, but the process can be uncomfortable and time-consuming. Orthodontic therapy can take a year or more to improve your smile. In the meantime, you may be inconvenienced with the necessary treatment visits, and experience teeth sensitivity and pain.  Porcelain veneers instantly disguise crooked teeth and wide gaps quickly, without anesthesia.

On another note, it can take some time to achieve whiter teeth with at-home bleaching treatments. Both professional whitening and at-home treatments do not work well for everyone. Tooth discoloration caused by medication use or dental trauma will not respond to bleaching solution. Luckily, these impairments can be corrected with porcelain veneers.

Unlike most easy fixes, dental veneers are a long-term, permanent solution for a more attractive smile.


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