One of the most common cosmetic dentistry procedures is getting veneers. That is mainly due to their popularity with celebrities and others in highly visible professions. It doesn’t matter whether or not you are a celebrity or a person of high status, veneers could help you to get the beautiful confident smile that you desire.
How do Veneers Work?
Veneers are attached to the front of the teeth to cover discoloration, chips or cracks. The veneers are made to look like your natural teeth and are very difficult to detect. When applied, veneers will also protect your natural teeth by making them stronger and more durable.
Why Should I Get Veneers?
There are many reasons why veneers might be recommended as a dental procedure, and here are a few:
- Tooth discoloration caused by mouth trauma or by natural aging.
- Tooth discoloration caused by tooth decay.
- Cracked due to mouth trauma.
- Chipped teeth caused by mouth trauma or regular daily use.
- Gapped teeth.
We understand that no matter the cause, tooth discoloration could make smiling somewhat intimidating. If you are intimidated by the appearance of your teeth, then dental veneers might be a good option. The veneers will be applied to the front of your teeth to cover discoloration and restore your smile to a beautiful bright white.
Sometimes teeth that have been treated for tooth decay remain discolored even after the decay is gone. Veneers are an excellent way to change teeth that are discolored from decay into healthy-looking teeth.
Veneers are used to fill in a chipped tooth when the chipped part of the tooth is missing, and they are also used to add strength to cracked teeth.
Another cosmetic use of veneers is to conceal gaps in gapped teeth, but covering tooth gaps can also have added dental health benefits. For example, covering large gaps in the teeth can actually protect the gums and teeth roots from harmful bacteria that could cause tooth decay and gum disease.
Even if all you want is to have a Hollywood smile, give us a call to see if veneers are right for you.