Veneers

Proper dental care is not limited by extraction and operations; it also may provide greater aesthetic improvements. As the use of veneers is becoming more popular, finding an excellent dental health care provider is crucial. If they are not properly placed, the lifespan and durability of your veneers may be shortened, causing you to lose money. At the Cosmetic and Dental Implant Center, our specialist will make sure that does not happen!

What Are Veneers?

Veneers are materials that cover your teeth. These coverings are placed on the front of the desired tooth because they usually mimic its natural coloring. It can be constructed from resin, ceramics or even precious metals.

The best material is probably ceramics because it closely resembles the tooth’s enamel. It is resistant and does not stain easily. Preferences aside, it may be wise to ask one of our specialists before you select the material you use.

Why Should I Choose Veneers?

People choose veneers for a variety of reasons, both aesthetic and functional. Tooth discoloration is one of the main reasons for using it. Be it from resin fillings or as a side effect of root canal procedures, veneers may help you eliminate the shame that is associated with having stained teeth. Some drugs and smoking also may alter the natural whiteness of your smile. People whose teeth are not perfectly smooth and presenting depressions or bumps are using it. Others have smooth teeth but have a problem with spacing. The fact that their teeth are too far apart may become bothersome because it compromises their smile. Irregularities may also arise from physical trauma. Worn, chipped or broken teeth are all issues easily resolved by quality veneers.

Is the Process Time Consuming?

Making the veneers and applying them usually requires only two to three sessions. You do not have to worry if you require veneers for several teeth because it does not prolong the process. A first consultation is required to establish your viability and if veneers are right for your teeth.

Our dentist then will proceed to remove a small portion of your tooth’s top layer. The goal is to prevent your teeth from getting thicker after the veneer is added. The layer that is removed is as thick as the veneer that will replace it. Depending on the sensitivity of the area, an anesthetic will be used. If the damage is severe, a temporary veneer may be placed on the tooth until the final version is completed.

If everything goes well, you may be asked to return for an additional consultation, just to make sure that the veneers have adhered properly.

Benefits of Veneers

Our self-esteem is often tied to our appearance. Our teeth play a crucial role in that perception. White, normal, healthy-looking teeth are a sign of good hygiene and great dental care. Here at the Cosmetic and Dental Implant Center, we guarantee the best dental care at affordable rates.

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