Conceal Those Dental Imperfections With Veneers

Conceal Those Dental Imperfections With Veneers

Posted by PARKE ROGERS DENTISTRY on Aug 7 2022, 09:56 AM

Dental veneers are made from thin, customized porcelain. The teeth are lightly polished and shaped before they are bonded to the tooth, which helps the veneers stay in place. Veneers can be used to change the color, shape, and size of your teeth.

How Are Dental Veneers Placed?

To prepare for dental veneers, our dentist will need to file down the teeth that will be covered with the veneers. This will help the veneers fit securely without irritation to the gums. The teeth must be prepared or trimmed down so that the veneers can be placed over them without causing any damage to the tooth underneath.

Is a Dental Veneer Procedure Right For Me?

Veneers are a dental procedure that can mask cosmetic dental issues, making them a great choice for anyone looking to improve the aesthetics of their smile. They can address a variety of cosmetic imperfections, including stains, chips, and gaps between teeth. They can also correct minor misalignment issues, such as a slight rotation or misalignment of the teeth.

If you are interested in veneers, you should consult with our dentist to determine if veneers are right for you. In some cases, a dentist may recommend a different procedure to address your cosmetic dental needs.

What Are the Benefits of Dental Veneers?

Veneers offer numerous benefits, such as:

  • They can fit over existing teeth, requiring less drilling than crowns. The resin used is also strong enough to provide the same function and appearance as natural teeth.
  • Only a small amount of your tooth structure will need to be removed before placing veneers. 
  • They offer an easy way to repair and improve your teeth’s appearance.
  • They can also make your teeth easier to clean, which is important with decay and gum disease.
  • They can be used to repair chipped or worn teeth, as well as those that are stained, discolored, uneven, or gapped.
  • They are a great way to strengthen teeth that are weak. 
  • When your teeth are misaligned, you may experience increased wear on your teeth and uneven tooth surfaces, which can increase the risk of tooth decay and periodontal disease. So, veneers can function optimally and maintain oral health. 

To know more about treatments provided by the Dentist in the woodlands, call us at (281) 419-2632.

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