Celebrities, actors, and many others in the spotlight have gorgeous smiles. It’s not that they were born with teeth any better than ours – they’ve just had a lot of little imperfections covered up.
Often, this is all thanks to dental veneers.
Here’s how porcelain veneers could work wonders for you, as well:
By making the veneers just a little bigger than the teeth, your dentist can span a considerable gap between teeth.
This function of veneers makes them a potential alternative to braces.
Stubborn stain that won’t go away with bleaching can be masked over with a porcelain veneer.
If you’re tired of a chip in your tooth making you look childish or unprofessional, then get it fixed with a veneer (which is less invasive than a crown.)
Can’t shake the feeling that one tooth is just a tiny bit longer than the others?
A veneer can erase even the smallest irregularities and create a uniform smile line.
Rough tooth surfaces tend to trap a lot of stain. It goes without saying that your tongue can’t seem to stay away from the odd texture! You’ll feel a lot better about your smile with a smoother surface created by veneers.
Sick of a patchwork of stained, old, tooth-colored fillings that show on your front teeth? Many times, restoring those teeth with dental crowns is the best option. But you never know; your dentist may find that the fillings are small enough to be covered over by veneers.
Schedule a smile consultation with your local dentist to find out whether veneers are right for you.
Posted on behalf of:
Bayshore Dental Center
810 W Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd #2900
Seffner, FL 33584
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