Dental veneers can help almost anyone who has an imperfect smile. In fact, have you ever wondered how so many celebrities suddenly have perfect smiles? Most of them never wear braces, undergo surgery, or have months-worth of dental work done. So, what’s the secret? Dental veneers!
These thin shells are a quick and minimally invasive way to drastically improve the appearance of your smile. To place veneers, dentists simply prepare a patient’s natural teeth, take impressions, design the veneers, send the designs to a dental lab, and secure them to your teeth. All of this takes two appointments and requires very little recovery time.
Continue reading to learn how dental veneers can improve your smile.
If you’re searching for a way to improve the appearance of your smile, you probably have a thing or two in mind that you would like to fix. Dental veneers could be an option if you are hoping to rid your smile of any of these aesthetic problems:
Veneers may be a solution to these problems if the problems aren’t severe. Otherwise, your smile may require a combination of restorative and cosmetic solutions. Talk to your dentist today about the best way to address these dental problems.
Many patients choose dental veneers for these five reasons:
One of the most common fears people have when improving their smile is that it won’t look natural in the end. Porcelain veneers were introduced in 1983 and have since proven to be one of the most aesthetically pleasing treatments.
You and your dentist will work together to design the veneers to match your face shape, lip position, gum height, and more. It’s imperative to choose a dentist with years of experience in creating custom-made veneers. Ask to see a portfolio of previous work to get an idea of the dentist’s quality of work.
If the enamel on any of your teeth is damaged, the entire tooth is weaker and more susceptible to cracking or chipping. Veneers replace that enamel and strengthen teeth up to 95 percent!
The saying “good things take time” doesn’t apply to porcelain veneers. This cosmetic solution can last 20 years or more when taken proper care of. To ensure your new and improved smile lasts as long as possible, follow these guidelines:
Unlike many other dental treatments, the dental veneer procedure is minimally invasive. A local anesthetic is sometimes required while the dentist preps the teeth, but there is no surgery involved.
Having dental veneers placed takes two appointments: one to prepare and one to place. These appointments are typically between one and two weeks apart. During the second appointment, the dentist bonds the veneers to the prepared teeth, places the veneers, polishes them, and you are off to enjoy your brand-new smile!
A trained and skilled cosmetic dentist should be the one to carry out any cosmetic dental procedure. Dr. Abbey J. Lee at Smiles for Grant Park is that dentist! To learn if dental veneers are the best solution for your smile, contact our office today at 404-328-7177 to schedule an initial consultation.