Veneers aren’t just for movie stars – everyday people often choose them to help transform their smile and give them beautiful teeth that they can be proud of. Smile makeovers often implement the use of porcelain veneers as well as other types of cosmetic dentistry services to create a one-of-a-kind smile that provides the instant results that people are looking for.
So just how does someone know when it’s time to ask their dentist about veneers?
When You’re Unhappy With the Appearance of Your Smile
Dental veneers are placed over your natural teeth, creating the appearance of perfectly new teeth that are straight, white, and shaped appropriately. If you’re struggling with teeth that are crooked, discolored, have gaps between them or are misshaped, then veneers are a perfect option.
When You Want Instant Results
If you want to change something like the straightness of your teeth or whiten your teeth at home, results can take a while. Not only that, but those treatments only change certain aspects of your smile. With veneers, the entire appearance of the tooth is changed into one that looks brand new. As the veneers are placed side-by-side across the front of you mouth, your entire smile is instantly transformed in that one visit.
When You Want Low Maintenance
Veneers are permanently white teeth that don’t require whitening kits or special oral hygiene aids. All you need to do is brush and floss your teeth like normal, have routine cleanings, and your smile will look beautiful for the entire life of your veneers.
Want to find out more? Call your dentist today to set up a consultation!
Posted on behalf of Dr. Marianna Weiner, Envy Smile Dental Spa
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