Did you ever look in the mirror and wish that you could change the tiniest thing in your smile? Maybe it’s the color of your teeth. Is there a gap you’d like to close? Or you wish there was some way to change the size of your teeth.
Whatever the reason, a change to your smile may be easier than you imagine. Give dental veneers a try!
How to Wear Veneers
First of all, let your dentist know that you’re interested in veneers. He or she will set you up with a consultation. You’ll get to design how many teeth you would like to “fix” with a veneer. This includes selecting size, shape, material, and color.
Your existing teeth will be prepped and a mold or template created based on an impression of them. The new veneers are created in a dental lab. Once they’re made to suit your preference, your dentist will cement them into place over your prepared teeth.
The result? One or more beautifully-shaped teeth as seen from the front!
What to Expect with Veneers
Veneers are basically false-fronts that let you keep and enhance your natural teeth. They’re a conservative alternative to full dental crowns, in terms of aesthetics.
Dental veneers can transform an adult’s smile instantly. Veneers even out the spaces between teeth, create a uniform color, and smooth out areas that are chipped.
Just about anyone with a permanent set of teeth is a candidate for veneers. To find out whether veneers are right for you as well, plan a visit to your local dentist.
A small change could make a big difference!
Posted on behalf of:
Meadowbrook Family Dental
8848 Calvine Rd #120
Elk Grove, CA 95828
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