Your smile says a lot about you. People make snap decisions about you based on your smile. Undoubtedly, you have heard people talk about someone’s nice or trustworthy smile. You have also heard them say the opposite. Whether consciously or subconsciously, we make decisions about those around us by the appearance of their teeth. Those with damaged teeth can get the tooth restoration they’ve always wanted with porcelain veneers. We invite you to learn more about this treatment.
There are a lot of reasons why a person would have damaged teeth. It could be because of medication they’re taking, an accident they experienced, an illness or even the food that they eat might be leaving their teeth discolored or cracked. If you feel that your teeth are damaged to the point of needing repair but are structurally sound enough that they don’t need implants, then you may want to look into tooth restoration with porcelain veneers.
Just about everybody has heard about porcelain veneers. They are very thin shells of medical-grade ceramic. They are adhered to the front of your teeth, giving you an immediately corrected and attractive smile. The transformation that porcelain veneers can make in your mouth is absolutely amazing. These veneers are crafted from material that is designed to mimic the color, shape and size of your natural teeth.
Not only can veneers whiten teeth, but they can also adjust minor spacing issues with your teeth. We should point out that veneers do not actually correct spacing issues with your teeth. To the contrary, they are designed to mask the spacing issue. They replace what other people see when they look at the front of your teeth, giving the appearance that they are evenly spaced.
Over the decades, porcelain veneers have garnered a reputation as being the go-to fix for people who are dealing with a wide range of dental issues. They are among some of the most trusted and most popular cosmetic dental procedures currently performed today.
You may be asking yourself if you are a good candidate for porcelain veneers. They can help you if you are dealing with teeth that have any of the following issues:
· Poorly spaced
To be a candidate for porcelain veneers, it is recommended that you have good overall oral health. You should also be committed to taking care of your oral health. Additionally, you should have specific cosmetic goals that you can articulate to our dentist. This will help us determine if porcelain veneers are right for you and develop a treatment plan accordingly.
At the office of Dr. Michael Sohl, our skilled dentist can help you learn more about the benefits of tooth restoration with porcelain veneers. Contact our office in Stuart today to schedule your first appointment and find out if this treatment is right for you!