Dental veneers have become a popular form of cosmetic dentistry. The reasons why dental veneers have become so popular vary from thousands of successful stories on how dental veneers have helped their smile. Thanks to the flawless look they provide, people have finally found a perfect option to give them a movie-star smile, and flawless look they have always dreamed of. However, many people are still learning about the benefits of dental veneers, which is why our team is here today to answer basic questions about dental veneers, and how they can help you.
What types of veneers are available?
There are two types of veneers available in the dental world today: porcelain and resin veneers. Porcelain veneers tend to resist stains better than resin veneers, but resin veneers mimic the light reflecting properties of your natural teeth. Your dentist will decide which option is best for you.
What problems can veneers fix?
There are many problems dental veneers can fix, like:
· Discolored teeth
· Worn-down teeth
· Chipped or broken teeth
· Misaligned teeth
· Uneven teeth
· Irregularly shaped teeth
· Teeth with gaps between them
How are veneers placed?
The process of placing a dental veneer is simple and easy. However, it may require more than one appointment. First, your dentist will numb your tooth and surrounding area with a local anesthetic. Then, he will trim the top layer of your tooth to make room for the veneer. Next, he will create a veneer that is perfect for you. When the veneer is ready, your dentist will check to make sure it’s the right size and color. If it’s exactly what you’re looking for, he will cement it into place.
If you would like to transform your smile, call us today at 801-373-2060 and set up an appointment. We are always happy to answer and address any questions you may have pertaining to your oral care. Our friendly staff is always happy to provide you with a healthy and dazzling smile while providing you with the best care available. So, call us today and ask us if dental veneers are right for you!