Monday, July 20, 2015

Veneers Can Help Restore Your Damaged Smile

When your teeth get damaged, there are a few ways to get it back into great condition. Veneers in particular, offer a convenient and cost-effective way to fix up partially damaged or discolored teeth. Unlike crowns that cover up teeth entirely, veneers are only placed in front of affected teeth. This method completely eliminates the need for other complex treatments, such as bleaching. Before you go to a cosmetic dentist for veneers, however, consider a few things.

Veneers last for a very long time and can improve one’s smile significantly. For patients who are not too keen on complicated procedures, veneers may be an attractive option. Not all patients, though, are good candidates for veneers. Before a dentist can recommend veneers, he/she must first assess the current state of your teeth. 

Your teeth must be in good health and free of decay or periodontal disease. The procedure calls for the removal of tooth enamel, a process that cannot be reversed, so only those with healthy teeth may be considered for veneers. Patients who clench and grind their teeth or bite their fingernails excessively may also not be suitable candidates for the treatment as these actions will likely wear out veneers before long.

Get your smile back with your dentist’s help. Ask for a veneer as soon as possible.


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