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3 Ways Veneers Can Transform Your Smile

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Dental veneers are ‘false fronts’: thin porcelain laminates which are carefully cemented to upper front teeth to change their appearance. Could you benefit from having veneers placed? Let’s consider a few ways that dental veneers can change the appearance of your teeth.


One or more of your front teeth may be a little twisted out of alignment. Or perhaps you are shy from having a slight gap between your front teeth. Veneers provide a symmetrical and uniform surface, all the way across, giving you confidence when you smile. Veneers are a faster solution to slightly misaligned teeth than lengthy orthodontic treatment.

Fractured teeth

Accidents happen, and sometimes accidents happen to your teeth. If one or more front teeth have been chipped from some kind of trauma, veneers can prove to be a worthwhile restorative option. A simple tooth-colored filling may not offer the strength that a veneer can. A veneer will provide a smooth and continuous surface of support for the tooth that was fractured.

Discolored teeth

Many people are unhappy with the color of their teeth, and search for ways to make them whiter. While there are many options available to whiten teeth, none of these will work for teeth with a deep stain that affects the inside of the tooth. Dental veneers will provide a whiter ‘face’ for stained front teeth.

If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your front teeth when you smile, then veneers may be a great option for you! Make an appointment with your dentist to learn more about veneers and how they can change your smile for the better.

Posted on behalf of:
Carolina Comfort Dental
5511 Raeford Rd #255
Fayetteville, NC 28304
(910) 485-0023

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