Keeping a perfect smile can be difficult after a lifetime of drinking coffee, smoking cigarettes, or indulging in other bad habits. When your teeth are no longer bright and white, you may wonder what you can do to restore your smile without getting dentures. You may get the look you want by having your teeth covered with veneers. The benefits of veneers are many, and they may be just what you’ve been looking for to achieve your dream smile.
What are Veneers?
Veneers are dental covers that are made from either resin or porcelain. They are custom-made to fit your teeth and are very thin, allowing them to look natural once they are bonded in place. They are fitted over the front of your teeth and improve the appearance and function of your mouth. They can also change the color, size, shape, and length of the teeth over which they are bonded.
What are Veneers Used for Today?
One of the biggest benefits of veneers is that they can vastly improve the way your teeth look and feel. They serve an important role in modern dentistry and are utilized primarily to address cosmetic or medical issues like:
• Discolorations caused by medications or root canals
• Worn-down surfaces
• Chipped or broken teeth
• Misalignment or uneven appearance
Our dentist will create veneers just for your mouth and teeth. They will restore your natural appearance and help improve your confidence in the look and feel of your mouth.
How are Veneers Made?
The process of creating and applying veneers to your teeth is carried out in separate steps. The first step involves the diagnosis and examination of your teeth. Our dentist will determine what teeth require the placement of veneers and what has caused the cosmetic issue to occur in the first place.
The next step involves the creation of molds for the veneers. Our dentist will match up the color and shape of the veneers to your teeth. This careful tailoring ensures that they look natural and fit well in your mouth. The final step is the bonding or placement of the veneers on your teeth. After this step, you can begin experiencing the benefits of veneers for yourself.
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