Are you unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, but teeth whitening and braces won’t solve your dental issues? You may be a great candidate for porcelain veneers!
Veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that adhere to the surface of your teeth. Porcelain veneers are more resistant to staining than resin composite veneers. Both types effectively improve how your teeth look, an ultimately, how you feel about your smile.
There are a number of different issues that porcelain veneers can resolve. If you want to improve any of the following conditions, veneers may be an option for you:
Discolored teeth – This can be the result of root canal treatment, composite filling discoloration, or a reaction to certain medication.
Broken teeth – Saving the natural tooth, even if it’s chipped, is preferable to replacing the tooth altogether.
Worn teeth – Being tough on your teeth can lead to natural wear.
Uneven teeth – Sometimes teeth become bumpy or craterous rather than maintaining their smooth surface.
Teeth gaps – While you may be born with spaced teeth, you don’t have to live with them forever.
Should you decide to pursue porcelain veneers, you’ll enjoy quite a few benefits. And even if you’re still on the fence, maybe these great advantages will help you decide. Porcelain veneers…
… look like your natural teeth. Most people won’t even know that you have them.
… are gentle on your gums. They fit snuggly around your existing teeth and atop your gum tissue.
… are stain resistant. They are less likely to become discolored than your natural teeth.
… can be whiter than the natural teeth beneath them. Especially if you opt for a full set, your teeth will appear brighter.
… are subtle. They’re an easy way to conservatively change the shape or color of your teeth.
Be sure to keep in mind that porcelain veneers are permanent. You’ll no longer be able to show your natural teeth. But also understand that veneers will give you the teeth that you’ve always wanted. They’ll be whiter, brighter, and even more beautiful.
Give us a call to discuss your options!