Tired Of The Way Your Teeth Look? Why Porcelain Veneers Can Give Your Teeth A Whole New Look
Posted on: 10 February 2018Share
If you don't like the look of your teeth, you need to talk to your dentist about porcelain veneers. Once you have your porcelain veneers, your teeth will look dazzling, and you'll enjoy smiling again. Here are just four of the many reasons why porcelain veneers are right for you.
They Hide a Multitude of Dental Problems
If you've got defects with your teeth that you're not happy with, porcelain veneers may be the answer. One of the great things about veneers is that they can be used to hide a multitude of dental problems. In fact, they can be used to hide stubborn stains that won't go away with professional whitening treatments. They'll also hide chips, cracks and other damage to the surface of your teeth. If you've got spaces between your teeth that you'd like to get rid of, porcelain veneers will take care of that for you. Veneers are particularly beneficial in hiding defects that aren't quite severe enough for orthodontic braces. Even teeth that are slightly crooked, or offset, can be repaired using porcelain veneers, which means you won't need to spend years wearing orthodontic braces.
They're Easy to Apply
If you want to repair the defects in your teeth, but you don't want to deal with extensive dental work, or hours in the dental chair, porcelain veneers may be perfect for you. One of the many benefits of porcelain veneers is that they don't require extensive dental work, or extended hours in the dental chair. You'll come in for your initial exam, and once the veneers are created for you, you'll come into the office to have them placed on your teeth.
They Don't Require Substantial Tooth Removal
If you want to retain your natural teeth, while still repairing the defects, you should talk to your dentist about porcelain veneers. Unlike caps and crowns, porcelain veneers don't require substantial tooth loss. In fact, the dentist will only need to remove a small amount of the enamel off the surface, which means that you'll still have your natural teeth underneath the veneers.
There's No Need for Special Dental Care
If you're worried about the work that will be required to care for your new porcelain veneers, you should know that they don't require any special care at all. Your new veneers will continue looking beautiful with the same daily dental care you provide your natural teeth. You'll need to brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day, and continue seeing your dentist twice a year.
Contact a dentist, like Aaron G Birch, DDS PC, for more help.