Porcelain Veneers: A Custom Cosmetic Dentistry Solution

Porcelain Veneers: A Custom Cosmetic Dentistry Solution

If you could make over your smile, what would you do? Whiten your teeth? Straighten that crooked tooth? Get rid of those intrinsic stains caused from over-fluoridation? Eliminate that unsightly gap? Smooth out uneven teeth? What if I told you that you could achieve each of these cosmetic problems with one simple treatment? Veneers can be the answer to these and more aesthetic issues!

Eliminate stained teeth – Medications, age, smoking or dietetic habits like too much soda have left your teeth ravaged. You’ve tried whitening kits, tooth pastes and gels, and programs purchased on the internet that didn’t do anything more than lighten your wallet.

Crooked or uneven teeth – It is said that patience is a virtue, but maybe you don’t want to wait for years of treatment to resolve your dental issues. There is an answer.

Unsightly gaps – You’ve been told it is cute, but you hate it! There is a treatment that can resolve it that doesn’t involve years of orthodontics.

What is the magical answer to these and numerous other problems? A visit to your cosmetic dentist to discuss dental veneers will reveal it’s not magic at all, but common sense dental treatment that can correct these issues.

A veneer is a wafer thin, tooth colored shell that is cemented to the front of the teeth requiring correction. It is made to match the contour and color of your own teeth, which ultimately will make it indiscernible to detect. In a couple of visits to the dentist, your dental issues can be corrected.

You can repair dental imperfections with one or numerous veneers. Depending on your needs and your budget, your cosmetic dentist has a plan that will work for you.

Taking care of your veneers is as easy as caring for your teeth. Daily flossing and brushing will keep your teeth and veneers looking great. Twice yearly visits to the dentist for cleaning and an exam will allow you to maximize the life of your dental veneers.

The most durable tissue in the human body is dental enamel; even though veneers are engineered to cover dental imperfections, they are not as invincible as natural dental enamel. Don’t bite your nails or use those beautiful new teeth to do anything but what teeth were intended for and enjoy many years of brilliant smiles.

If you are considering veneers to make your smile even brighter, contact the office of Dr. Melisa Christian and schedule a consultation today.