Veneers are a versatile treatment that corrects a variety of smile flaws by concealing them with a thin, custom-made porcelain veneer or plastic shell. Veneers look natural, are comfortable, and fit securely.
Dental Veneers are incredibly flexible and can fix more oral imperfections than you probably think. They are custom-colored and shaped to match your existing teeth. And it usually requires two appointments to thoroughly and painlessly transform your smile with veneers.
Veneers Can Fix Many Smiles Defects
Veneers allow you to fix several aesthetic flaws at once. Veneers can cover crisps, cracks, discoloration, misshapen teeth, and much more. It is a simple and effective solution that can give you a beautiful smile with minimal effort and cost. Damaged teeth not only ruin your smile but also jeopardize the health of your teeth. Veneers not only cover these areas but restore the appearance of your teeth and protect them from future decay.
With Veneers, Your Smile Can Look Great for Years to Come
Depending on the material and care, your veneer can last 5-20 years. In many cases, veneers are effective, faster, and less expensive. We can conceal gaps or unevenly shaped teeth with veneers to create the smile you’ve been longing for.
Veneers Can be Tailored To Your Needs
It’s your smile, so you have the final say on how it looks. Depending on the condition of your teeth, you may need a single veneer or an entire set. Many people opt for veneers for the upper row of teeth, as this is the area that is most visible when smiling. Your dental veneers will be custom-made so you can choose the shape, size, and color of your “new” teeth.
Veneers Are Easy to Maintain
Dental Veneers only need to be brushed and flossed regularly. However, you should visit your doctor regularly and take proper care of your veneers. You should also invest in the type of veneers to protect your teeth during sports and sleep, and you shouldn’t use your teeth to chew hard eatables, open packages, or bite your nails.
Before you begin treatment, your practitioner will talk with you to ensure the result meets your expectations. Your dentist will examine your teeth, explain the process, and answer any questions. Veneers are a permanent commitment, and there may be other ways to achieve your goals. To learn more about veneers and discuss your options, Contact Roseroot DDS Now!