Porcelain veneers are a great option for teeth with permanent stains and discolorations. They can also be used for the correction of minor gaps, chips, spacing, and cracks in front teeth. They are very esthetically pleasing and can transform your smile dramatically. Once placed, they are very strong and durable.
Veneers are thin layers of porcelain shells that are bonded to teeth. Depending on the case, some veneer placement may require very little or no removal of tooth structure.
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Advantages Dental Veneers Offer:
- A natural appearance
- Stain resistance
- A restorative option that preserves more of the natural tooth structure than crowns
- A stronger and more attractive alternative to many other forms of restorative procedures
Additional Veneers Information
Dental veneers will not last forever and need to be replaced every eight to ten years. They do not require any special care that your natural teeth do not already receive from regularly maintained oral hygiene. Before you decide on veneers, you should first know that the process is irreversible; if you get a dental veneer on one of your teeth now, you will need to wear one for as long as that tooth lasts. If your veneer chips or cracks, it cannot be repaired and may need to be completely replaced. The color of your veneer does not change with the rest of your teeth, so if you plan on whitening your teeth, you should do so before getting a dental veneer placed. Your dentist may recommend another option if your teeth are unhealthy or weak, or if the amount of enamel on your teeth is inadequate for the procedure. The cost of a veneer procedure can range depending on your dental situation, and it may not be covered by insurance. More on Ceramic Veneers.
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