If you are dealing with chipped, stained, or otherwise unattractive teeth, porcelain veneers may be an option for you. We invite you to learn about the benefits of porcelain veneers. You are also welcome to contact us and schedule a consultation with our dentist, who can examine your teeth and recommend the best options for your particular circumstances.
One of the benefits of porcelain veneers is that each veneer is sculpted for the particular tooth that it is going to cover. This means that the results are going to look natural. In most cases, it is almost impossible to tell the difference between a person’s natural teeth and a porcelain veneer.
All of us have had to deal with stains on our teeth. Some individuals are able to effectively combat stains make using good at-home oral hygiene. Other individuals have turned to professional teeth whitening services. The great thing about porcelain veneers is that they resist stains from food and beverages. They are even resistant to cigarette smoke.
When a person is considering if they should have a crown or a veneer used for a damaged tooth, they should carefully weigh their options. One of the benefits that a person will experience with porcelain veneers as opposed to crowns is that the natural tooth can remain mostly intact. Only a small amount of the tooth will be altered in order to place the veneer on top of it. Of course, our dentist will need to look at your teeth closely and determine the best option for you.
Veneers are a great option for individuals who would like to have white teeth, but their teeth resist professional whitening products. They can be used to make even the darkest teeth look healthy, bright, and white.
A lot of people out there are dealing with minor issues, like twisted teeth, overlapping teeth, and small gaps in between the teeth. All of these things can be fixed with porcelain veneers.
Another benefit of porcelain veneers is the fact that they are easy to maintain. You just treat them in the same way that you treat your normal teeth. You will still continue to brush and floss your teeth as normal.