3 Cosmetic Issues We Can Solve With Veneers

3 Cosmetic Issues We Can Solve With Veneers

Jun 01, 2019

Veneers are a modern dental treatment but they are not new on the block. The veneers were actually produced in 1928 by a Hollywood dentist for altering the appearance of an actor’s teeth. it goes without saying that the materials and techniques used for veneers have gone through several transitions since then.

Transform Your Smile with Veneers

Today veneers are ultra-thin and can be customized just for you so they blend with your smile and no one can make out that it is not your natural tooth. The veneers in Phoenix are mainly used for the upper teeth that show when you smile. They cover the surface of your teeth and can be used for concealing a broad range of cosmetic dental flaws. Some of the flaws they can correct are as follows:

  • Chipped, cracked, or broken teeth
  • Uneven gaps and spaces between teeth
  • Slight tooth misalignments

Since the veneers look completely natural, we don’t necessarily have to place multiple veneers. In many cases, only one or two veneers are enough for achieving the look you want.

Placing Your Custom Veneers

Placing the veneers is comparatively a simple process. The dentist begins by removing a thin layer of the dental enamel for accommodating the veneers. This creates space to make sure that it sits naturally against your gum line. The next thing done by dentists is taking the impressions of your teeth which will be used for preparing both the temporary and final veneers.

When the dentist places your temporaries at the office, you will get an idea of how the final veneers will look in your mouth. At this stage, you can let the dentist know if you wish any changes to be made in the shape, size, or color of the veneers before they create your final veneers.

Call our Phoenix, AZ Dentist to Schedule a Consultation

If you are considering veneers for your flawed teeth and would like to know more about them, you can meet the dentist for primary consultation and what to expect during and after the procedure.

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