Dental Veneers for a Better Smile

Dental Veneers for a Better Smile

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Having a beautiful smile today is more achievable than it has ever been in the past thanks to modern dental technology. One example of this is something known as dental veneers. Whether you have cracks, minor chips or gaps between teeth, veneers can improve your smile substantially. First it is important to understand what veneers actually are in terms of a dental treatment. In short, they are thin tooth shaped shells made of porcelain that are carefully applied directly to the front surface of the tooth. The end result can be quite stunning in terms of a more beautiful appearance.

Benefit from Having Dental Veneers Placed

Best of all, modern veneers are carefully customized in order to match the color and shade of your existing natural teeth. This allows for a perfect blend with all teeth to create a seamless and beautiful restoration or cosmetic dentistry enhancement. There are a wide variety of reasons why veneers might be needed. This includes everything from crooked or uneven teeth to chipped or broken teeth. In addition, teeth with deep intrinsic stains and teeth that have a visible gap or teeth that are simply worn down can all benefit from having veneers placed. Most importantly, porcelain is stain-resistant and incredibly durable.

A Greatly Improved Outward Appearance

This means that veneers enjoy easy maintenance and can easily withstand the wear and tear of daily activity. With high levels of functionality and a greatly improved outward appearance, there are so many reasons to consider having this type of dental treatment. The first step in any dental treatment consideration is to plan for an initial consultation with your dental care provider. This will allow you time to discuss all your options with regard to veneers as well as other dental treatments that may be more appropriate. Either way, one thing is sure and that is that today’s modern dentistry can greatly improve one’s outward appearance. Contact your dentist in Walnut Creek, Massood Darvishzadeh, DDS at Dental Implant Solutions today for more information.

References:
[1] What To Know Before Getting Dental Veneers
[2] Differences Between Dental Crowns And Veneers

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