5 Things Porcelain Veneers Can Fix
Do you have stained, crooked, cracked, broken or gapped teeth? Are you frustrated by the look and feel of your teeth?
Your not alone.
Our teeth or smile is one of the first things most people notice about us. When we are not confident in our smiles, we tend to withdraw and even loose self-confidence.
We find it hard to go out in public and socialize with our friends and family. The embarrassment is too much for us to handle at times.
If this is you, then you may want to consider porcelain veneers for enhancing your smile.
What Are Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are thin laminates made from porcelain or zirconia materials. There is only a slight difference between the porcelain and zirconia materials.
Porcelain is a hard and very translucent type of material. It is great for color matching your teeth.
Zirconia is not as translucent as porcelain but it is very hard and durable.
Both are excellent when restoring your smile.
There Are 5 things That Veneers Can Fix
- Slightly Crooked Teeth
- Cracked Teeth
- Broken Teeth
- Stained Teeth
- Teeth With Gaps
Veneers And Crooked Teeth
Crooked teeth are a problem for several patients. Orthodontics is the traditional way to fix the problem.
If you have crooked teeth, you may not have to have braces to fix them. Depending on the severity of the problem, veneers might be an option.
Veneers and Cracked or Broken Teeth
Trying to save a tooth is always the best option. If you tooth is not cracked or broken too bad, a porcelain veneer might be the best option. Saving as much of your tooth as possible is always the best option.
Veneers and Stained Teeth
Whiter teeth is always a top request from our patients. Sometimes teeth whitening cannot help with stained teeth. In most cases, this is due to discoloration due to medications.
When traditional whitening doesn’t work, porcelain veneers are the next best solution. Your teeth will be whiter and your smile brighter.
You don’t have to live with cosmetic defects in your teeth. We have solutions in our office to help you have the smile you have always wanted.
Your first steps are to call the office and setup an appointment. We will then check out your teeth and gums. From there, we will recommend treatment that will help you smile again.
Call today for an appointment.