Dental veneers are an easy and virtually painless way to get the dream smile you’ve always wanted in a matter of days. To get an idea of what veneers look like and what they can do for a person’s smile, just picture those classic Hollywood pearly whites. The “perfect” teeth you see on celebrities are more often than not achieved with the help of veneers, which can remedy a variety of aesthetic issues including gaps, asymmetrical spacing, chips, breaks and more.
Veneers are thin, porcelain shells that are bonded to your teeth. Once bonded, veneers act like a part of the natural tooth and patients can continue to eat, speak and smile comfortably. Not only are veneers one of the most natural looking cosmetic dental fixes, but high-quality veneers are quite strong and resist staining, so your smile stays beautiful for longer. Veneers are a much simpler alternative to other more painful dental procedures used to improve the appearance of a person’s smile.
Veneers are mostly used to solve:
● (Permanently) stained or discolored teeth
● Gaps between teeth
● Broken or chipped teeth
● Crooked or misshapen teeth
Veneer application is quite simple, and can typically be completed within two office visits. During your initial visit, we’ll discuss any concerns you may have about the appearance or function and discomfort of your teeth and perform an evaluation to determine if veneers are a good solution for you. We can provide our own professional recommendation and answer any questions you may have so that you make an informed decision. If you have other dental or periodontal concerns, we may recommend treating those first before placing any veneers. As always, regular dental visits and preventative care are recommended once veneers are in place to keep your smile healthy and beautiful. You can still get cavities under or around veneers, so be sure to keep up your regular flossing and brushing routines. If a veneer chips or breaks, the dental experts at Smiles at the Square can evaluate and replace your veneer quickly and efficiently.
Veneers are long-lasting and a great way to improve the aesthetics of your smile in a virtually painless and simple way. Please contact our office for further information on veneers and to set up an appointment to determine if veneers are right for you.