Custom dental veneers might be just what you need to restore your smile and boost your confidence. These popular devices can be used to treat a variety of issues including gaps between your teeth, uneven teeth, chipped teeth, and severe internal discoloration. If you are currently unhappy with the way your smile looks, then you might want to consider the many benefits of veneers.
Treating Common Issues
Most of us know that brushing and flossing multiple times a day will keep our teeth healthy, but damage can take place at any time. Even if you do everything in your power to protect your smile, you might still be predisposed to gaps between your teeth or internal discoloration. Dental veneers can take care of all of those problems by completely covering your natural teeth. Unlike professional whitening services and fillings, veneers often last for many years with the proper aftercare. These devices give our team the ability to completely transform your smile.
The Structure of a Dental Veneer
Dentists now know that porcelain is one of the best materials for restoring an individual’s smile. Not only does porcelain look like the enamel of a tooth, but it is also very durable. A veneer is nothing more than a thin strip of porcelain that is designed to fit over a patient’s tooth. Each veneer is made custom, and that is why they look so natural.
Installing Porcelain Veneers
The process of placing veneers over your teeth will require multiple visits to our office. After the teeth have been prepared, we can take precise impressions of your smile. Those impressions are then used to create your custom veneers.
The final step in the process is affixing the veneers to the front of your teeth. A powerful bonding agent attaches the veneers to your teeth, and we speed up this process with a special light that hardens the cement. After you have received your treatment, you can experience the benefits of veneers for yourself.
Caring for your veneers is extremely easy, and you most likely won’t need to change your hygiene habits. As long as you continue to brush and floss multiple times a day, your veneers should be fine. A patient who properly cares for their veneers may be able to enjoy their beautiful, new smile for the rest of their life!
Learn More During a Consultation
You can get all the facts about cosmetic dentistry, including the benefits of veneers and other devices, when you visit the office of Dr. Michael Sohl in Stuart. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and get started!