Does your smile light up a room, or do you try to keep people in the dark about the way it looks by hiding your teeth whenever you smile, speak, or laugh. It only takes a few minor flaws for a smile to seemingly have significant problems. Fortunately, there is a treatment solution that can take on many issues at one time. Our Dallas, TX dentist’s office is prepared to make the right changes to your smile by offering porcelain veneers. We use thin, durable shells that are made from porcelain to cover up flaws that make you self-conscious. Their placement can hide unwelcome changes in color, problems with wear and tear, and naturally occurring issues that can hurt how attractive you feel.
How Can Porcelain Veneers Positively Change How You Look?
When porcelain veneers are placed, only portions of teeth will be covered. How is something that makes significant changes able to only alter this minor area at the front of teeth? That area can be capped with restorations in order to hide wear and tear, dental damage, and discoloration. Because these restorations match enamel so well, they can be used to make your smile appear brighter and more symmetrical, hide wear and tear, and even correct some spacing problems that affect your appearance.
The Veneer Placement Process
The placement process for veneers fits into two appointments. The first visit is focused on preparatory work. During your time with us, we can take the measurements that we need and also perform preparatory work so that your restorations stay secure and appear natural. You will return only after your veneers are ready for you. Their placement is important, as it will ensure that you have the right results, and to make sure that your restorations will stay in place.
Ensuring That Your Improvements Last
With a combination of good oral hygiene habits and regular dental exams, you will be able to protect your restored smile. We can offer tips on brushing and flossing, but you can be surprised at how little this kind of care can change your daily routine. During dental exams, we can check on them as well as your healthy tooth structure. Remember that while your veneers are resistant to stains, too much exposure to liquids like coffee, tea, and soda can result in discoloration.
Talk To Your Dallas, TX Dentist About Treatment With Porcelain Veneers
Through the placement of porcelain veneers, we are ready to take on smile flaws and give you a welcome boost of confidence! We can talk to you about moving forward with this or any other cosmetic procedure. We can also evaluate you to ensure that you are successfully preserving the health of your smile. If you would like to find out more, please reach out to Crown Dental in Dallas, TX today at 214-371-3131.