If you’re considering veneers for your teeth, then we’re here to convince you that you’ll love your smile, and how strong your teeth feel after an application. Tooth veneers instantly strengthen your teeth and improve the look of your smile. And the benefits of veneers don’t stop there. Let’s take a more in-depth look at veneers and what they can do for you, your smile, and your oral health.
A Fix for Several Common Problems
As an on-surface applicant, veneers can protect teeth and fix a variety of common problems. Veneers may prove useful for those who have discolored teeth, which can be caused by excess fluoride, diet, fillings, root canal treatments, or other sources.
Veneers also help teeth that are worn down, chipped, and broken. In fact, veneers lend strength to these teeth, giving them more longevity and a stronger chewing surface.
Veneers can also be used to remedy misshapen teeth, including teeth with bulges or indents. And veneers can be applied to teeth that have wide gaps between one another.
Natural Colors to Match Your Teeth
Modern veneers can be modified to match the coloring of your natural teeth. Since patients usually only get one or two veneers at a time, it’s likely that they want to have a dental veneer that matches the surrounding teeth, so that the entire smile looks natural. Modern veneers are created in a variety of white and off-white colors, and veneers naturally reflect light in the same way as natural teeth. In short, your smile will look complete and completely natural after a veneer procedure.
Good for Gums
You may be curious about how well your gums react to veneers. Fortunately, porcelain veneers don’t agitate gums, which means that gums will continue to grow around teeth treated with veneers. Take note, if you have sensitive gums or gum disease, veneers may not be right for you — speak with your dentist or periodontist to learn more about your options.
Resistant to Staining
Veneers are resistant to staining, which means that you won’t have to worry about caring for your veneers more than your other teeth. Simply brush and floss your teeth as you normally do to keep your radiant smile glowing.
Veneers are built to last and last. Patients often have veneers that last for a decade, and with proper care, certain patients may have their veneers last for 20 years or more. Regular care and dental cleanings will help to keep your veneers from staining, cracking, or chipping. Avoid bad habits like chewing on ice or gnashing your teeth to get the most longevity out of your veneers.
Schedule a Consultation
If you’re curious about veneers and would like to learn more, we’d be ecstatic to provide you with a consultation, simply reach out to us to get started. Love to Smile now has three dental office locations, visit us in Lenexa, Overland Park, or Peculiar! Count on Love to Smile to improve your smile today!