Having discoloured, misshapen, chipped or uneven teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your smile, but this doesn't have to be the case. If you find that you’re hiding your smile because of that, you should consider getting dental veneers.
Dental veneers are thin porcelain or composite pieces that are custom-made and glued permanently to the front of your teeth. They are a popular cosmetic dental choice, and when you learn about all the advantages, you’ll see why.
Veneers maintain the natural appearance of your teeth
One of the main reasons that so many people choose veneers is that the result is very natural. The veneers are created to match the tooth enamel colour and the contour of your teeth, and each one if placed with extreme precision. The entire process is custom-made to your dace, and when it's done; your veneers look and feel like your real teeth.
The procedure is simple and minimally invasive
Getting veneers is an easy way to repair cosmetic issues with your teeth. While they look like natural teeth, they don't stain easily, so it's a good long term choice. It is also less invasive compared to other options. To get a veneer, your dentist will shave down a small fraction of the surface of your tooth. Each veneer is then placed on your teeth with special cement. The entire procedure can be done with no anaesthesia.
Veneers are permanent and easy to maintain
Not only are veneers a permanent solution, but they're also easy to maintain. Porcelain veneers, when maintained are more decay-resistant and stain-resistant than your regular teeth. To care for your veneers, follow the same dental hygiene practices as you do with regular teeth. Brush them twice a day, floss at least once a day and continue to visit us for regular dental check-ups.
Veneers protect vulnerable teeth and can treat enamel loss
Veneers have benefits of your oral health. Cracked or chipped teeth are more vulnerable to infection, so installing a veneer on top of them helps to protect them. Veneers can also help teeth suffering from enamel loss since tooth enamel doesn't come back once it's worn away.
Dental Veneers are completely safe
It's natural to wonder about the safety of veneers, as it involves cementing porcelain or composite to your teeth. But, we can assure you that veneers are not harmful. Porcelain veneers are biocompatible, and the special bonding agent we use is safe for your teeth and health.
Your smile is one of the first things people will see about you and you shouldn't have to hide them if you are self conscious about miscoloured or misshapen teeth. Dental veneers could be a good option for you.
To discuss your options and the treatment, call out friendly team at Centre for Aesthetic & Implant Dentistry at 8845 5400. You can also fill out the online form to book a consultation or an enquiry.