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Is it Time for Dental Veneers?

Posted in Veneers

When is the perfect time for getting porcelain veneers? The truth is that it’s never been easier than now! Veneers are a great opportunity to completely remake your entire smile in one straightforward treatment.

Veneers can change almost everything about your teeth. They are predominantly used for purposes such as:

  • Creating a straighter looking smile
  • Making teeth appear even and appropriately shaped
  • Closing gaps between the teeth
  • Covering enamel discrepancies such as stain or discoloration

There are now more options for veneers than there ever have been. With traditional porcelain veneers or no-prep veneers, there is literally something for everyone’s timeframe. The real question is how long are you going to wait? Once you begin your veneer treatment, you’ll have an entirely new smile in just two weeks and two visits.

At your veneer consultation you’ll be able to get all of your questions answered – the cost, the outcome, and the timeframe. You might decide to get a consultation now and your veneers next month, or you might decide to wait until next year before beginning your treatment. It is literally up to you, but the consultation is the very first step.

During your treatment consultation you will discuss the aspects of your smile that you wish to change. From the size and shape of your teeth to the exact color that you want them to be with your permanent new veneers. If you aren’t sure whether or not veneers are the right option for you, your dentist will also discuss what other options might also be available – such as whitening, bonding, or recontouring. You’ll never know when the time is right until you’ve talked to your dentist. Schedule your no-hassle consult today.

Posted on behalf of:
Juban Dental Care
8564 Jefferson Hwy
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
(225) 927-8663

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