Your teeth are subjected to significant stress during your life. The pressure may leave your teeth with chips from biting issues or trauma. They may shift in your mouth to have a deceptive appearance. Stains may develop on your teeth from medications, tobacco, foods, and beverages.
The cosmetic issues dent your confidence and make you promise never to smile again. This is the stage you need a smile makeover with dental veneers. Dentists use these incredibly thin surfaces to mask the various aesthetic issues bothering you, offering protection for your teeth against tooth decay and acids.
At Back Bay Family Dentistry, the experienced dentists are trained skillfully in porcelain veneers and regularly provide them to brighten your smile and self-confidence. Read everything you want to know about the easy and painless procedure of getting dental veneers.
Dental veneers, also known as porcelain laminates, are incredibly thin shells of porcelain bonded to the front surfaces of your natural teeth to change their shape, color, length, and size. They also help improve your overall appearance.
You may find dental veneers durable and an affordable alternative to dental crowns if you have a moderately damaged tooth. Dental veneers don’t improve the health of the tooth but contribute to better oral hygiene. Surfaces give your mouth a vibrant and brighter look.
You can either have dental veneers made from porcelain or resin composite materials according to your preference. However, if you choose porcelain veneers, you opt for a durable solution that blends perfectly with the shade of your surrounding teeth and resists stains better than composite resin veneers. Porcelain veneers last for over a decade before they need replacements.
The Dentist in D’lberville, Dr. Jeremy W Parker, recommends veneers if your teeth and gums are healthy, but you have imperfections with them that need addressing. Veneers are helpful to conceal issues like:
Veneers also considered an aesthetic procedure, can do more than just giving you a pretty smile. They also repair tiny cracks to protect them against debris and pathogens and strengthen weakened enamel against food and bacteria.
Veneers can fill minor gaps between healthy teeth to make spacing appear even. This feature is beneficial because openings attract debris and plaque.
The versatility of veneers allows dentists to treat one tooth or several to provide a durable and long-lasting solution, eliminate the fear of staining, and provide a natural-looking and feeling solution. Veneers cover a lifetime of wear and tear, giving you back your smile and self-confidence with a single procedure.
At least two to three visits to the dentist’s office are essential to have dental veneers on your natural teeth. The first visit is for consultation, the second for preparing your teeth, and the third for placing the surfaces.
During your second visit, the dentist shapes your tooth’s front surface and removing some enamel, similar to the thickness of the veneer. The team at the dentist’s office creates a visual representation of how your smile appears after you have the fronts. Digital impressions are taken by the dentist for the dental laboratory to customize your dental veneers in about two weeks. Temporary veneers are placed over your teeth by the dentist as protection until the permanent placements are ready.
Your final visit is for the placement when the dentist checks to veneers for fit before cementing them to your teeth. You are allowed to leave the dentist’s office immediately after the cement has hardened with your new smile and confidence accompanying you. The procedure is painless and doesn’t require any recovery downtime. It puts an end to the embarrassment you felt earlier to open your mouth and made you promise you would never smile. Fortunately, the veneer placement will make you forget your promise as you leave the dentist’s office with your smile gleaming from ear to ear.
Many people believe veneers, like many other cosmetic treatments, are superficial and are best left to the rich and famous or celebrities who value their smiles highly. However, if you are hiding your smile merely because your teeth don’t allow you to express yourself, veneers are a treatment that will change things for you forever.