The Advantages of Dental Veneers

Updated: Aug 7, 2021

Are you not happy with your smile? Does your smile make you socially awkward? Are you looking for ways to resurrect your flawed smile? What if someone said you can improve your smile in a span of few minutes? Though life does not always offer shortcuts, dental procedures do! Thanks to the advancement in dentistry along with the advent of cutting-edge procedures and amenities, you can now take resort to shortcuts for achieving an improved smile.

Why Dental Veneers?

  • Dental veneers can be helpful in straightening teeth that have minor curvatures.

  • Veneers are also helpful in closing the large gaps between your teeth.

  • Veneers are as popular as they match the natural colour of your teeth and people can’t notice if you are wearing veneers.

  • One of the benefits of veneers is that they can either be used for one tooth or for the entire smile.

  • The veneers are quite thin but are very durable.

  • Veneers are effective in whitening teeth that have stubborn stains and discolouring.

  • Veneers help in fixing teeth that have suffered damage because of breaks, fractures, heavy wear, or chipping.

A Smile That Reflects You

Meticulous planning and attention to the design of your smile are vital to an acceptable outcome with veneers. Models, photographs, and digital x-rays are brought together by your dentist to create an ideal blueprint for your case. Like all successful projects, this planning leaves little margin for error. Your dentist will listen to your input and incorporate your desires into your specific case. Colour, shape and other subtle factors play vital roles in the overall plan that's put together.

Once your case design is finalised, you generally only need two appointments until you're enjoying a terrific new smile. At the first visit, the teeth are precisely prepared in some areas to allow space for an expert lab technician to sculpt the artistic porcelain. Your dentist provides all the information to the specialized lab that’s needed to create your personal masterpiece.

Your dentist also creates temporary composite restorations that mimic the veneers. Worn for 2-3 weeks, these temporaries provide a preview of the expected appearance of your upcoming smile and allow you to give more input regarding the final product of your new smile.

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